William Bostock, DO, FAAFP
Gwinnett Medical Center
Dr. William Bostock is a long-standing Family Medicine faculty member, combining his roles as core faculty for the Gwinnett Family Medicine Residency, Director of the Gwinnett Osteopathic Residency Program, and as volunteer community faculty for our Medical Partnership Family Medicine clerkship students. He is a native of Georgia and has practiced Family Medicine in Lawrenceville, Georgia since 1986. Dr. Bostock graduated physician’s assistant school from the Medical College of Georgia and graduated medical school from the Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences. He completed his Family Medicine Residency at the Medical College of Georgia and is a member of Phi Sigma Alpha, National Honor Fraternity of Scholastic Excellence. Over the years, he has become a beloved faculty member of our Medical Partnership Family Medicine clerkship.
Dr. Bostock is known for being extremely helpful and patient as a teaching physician, always going the extra mile for his medical students with outstanding clinical explanations that incorporate pathophysiology and anatomy in a clinically applied manner which is accessible to students. Students also learn a great deal from his “teaching by example” in how he cares for his patients, as well as for his residents and medical students. Overall, Dr. Bill Bostock is a wonderfully dedicated clinician educator, and we are fortunate to call him one of our own.
Lonnie Herzog, MD, FACP
Primary Care Physicians of Atlanta
Dr. Herzog graduated from the University of Florida College of Medicine before completing his residency training at Emory University School of Medicine and making Atlanta his home. He has practiced Internal Medicine primary care in Atlanta for nearly 30 years and is affiliated with Northside Hospital. Dr. Herzog has been a strong supporter for the Medical Partnership since its inception through his time, commitment to teaching, and financial support. He has donated funds to host a yearly Distinguished Lecture Series on various topics for the Medical Partnership campus. He has also supplied the Partnership with medical instruments needed to complete free sports physicals in the local school system or for use with our mobile clinic. Dr. Herzog invites M4 students to work side by side with him during their M4 Ambulatory Medicine rotation. He truly loves what he does and strives to share with students the joy that comes from successfully operating your own primary care practice in medicine today. Early next year, he plans to welcome his son and AU/UGA Medical Partnership Alumnus and MCG Internal Medicine Resident Alex Herzog, MD to join his practice and love for primary care.