Two Northside physicians Appointed to Georgia Composite Medical Board

Governor Brian P. Kemp conducted swearing-in ceremonies at the Georgia State Capitol for two Northside Hospital physicians to serve on the Georgia Composite Medical Board. The Medical Board licenses physicians, physician assistants, respiratory care professionals, perfusionists, acupuncturists, orthotists, prosthetists, auricular (ear) detoxification specialists, geneticist, cosmetic laser practitioners and pain management clinics.

 

 

 

 

Dr William Bostock

Dr. William Bostock is director of osteopathic education with the Northside Hospital Gwinnett Family Medicine Residency Program. He has practiced family medicine in Lawrenceville since 1986. He graduated from physician’s assistant school at the Medical College of Georgia, earned his medical degree at Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences, and completed his family medicine residency at the Medical College of Georgia. He is a member of many state and national societies, including the American College of Osteopathic Physicians, American Osteopathic Association, American Academy of Family Physicians, and the American Medical Association

Dr Jeffery Marshall

Dr. J. Jeffrey Marshall is an interventional cardiologist and chief of the Northside Hospital Cardiovascular Institute in Midtown Atlanta. He also serves as president/governor of the Georgia Chapter of the American College of Cardiology. Dr. Marshall earned his medical degree from the University of Florida College of Medicine in 1982; he has been in practice for more than twenty years. The swearing in on Jan. 9 was a reappointment of Dr. Marshall to the Georgia Composite Medical Board; he previously has served as vice-chairman and chairman of the Medical Board

Ten Park East

Adjacent to the Eastside Beltline and Historic Fourth Ward Park is Atlanta’s most exclusive high-rise condominium, Ten Park East. This offering of only 10 full-floor ultra-luxury residences redefines contemporary elegance. Ten Park East is the first high rise condominium on the Atlanta Beltline and will feature the latest in technology, style, interior design and amenities. Each of these full floor homes are accessed by private elevator and feature 3 bed/3.5 baths, well-equipped kitchen, oversized private terrace, lavish master suite with spa bathroom, and much more.

Trillist Presents Plans for 1138 Peachtree Street

Trillist revels plans to build a 46-story residential tower at 1138 Peachtree Street. This nearly one-acre site has seen several development proposals, including a Mandarin Oriental hotel and residences dating back to 2007. The current project has been in the works since 2013 with 317 luxury apartments and approximately 10,000 SF of ground floor retail space with frontage along both Peachtree Street and Crescent Avenue. The tower could ascend more than 550 feet, potentially ranking it among Atlanta’s top 15 tallest buildings—and the highest built in more than a decade.

Pizza At Ponce City Market

The team behind Root Baking Company is expanding their weekly Pizza Jeans pop-up pizza concept into a new restaurant and bar at Ponce City Market.  Pizza Jeans will invite guests to enjoy pizza by the slice and whole pies, cocktails, beer and wine. Set to open spring 2020, Pizza Jeans pop-ups will be held on Fridays until opening from noon to 8pm at Root Baking Co.

Root Baking Co’s Matthew Palmerlee will serve as Executive Chef at Pizza Jeans, offering diners a choice of classic and speciality pies, a signature hoagie, salads and tinned fish.  Pies can be enjoyed in house or taken to go. Root will make naturally-leavened pizza dough with freshly milled flour. For dessert, the kitchen will serve Italian lemon ice and sourdough doughnuts.

“To me, good pizza is simple: quality ingredients and really good bread,” says Root Baking Co. co-founder Chris Wilkins. “We’re trying to embrace the Italian ethic behind great pizza and anchor it where we are. Fundamentally, we think showcasing well-executed dough with regionally sourced ingredients and local flavor makes for a great slice.”