Georgiana Miller, DO
Dr. “Anna” Miller grew up in Canada and received her Bachelor’s degree in Biology at San Diego State University. She worked in the biotech industry for several years before attending medical school.
She earned her Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences. She completed her Family Medicine Internship and Residency in an MD program at the Naval Hospital in Jacksonville, Florida. Dr. Miller is Board Certified in Family Medicine.
She transferred to Naval Hospital Twentynine Palms caring for active duty Navy/ Marines, retirees and their families. She was deployed to Djibouti, Africa where she served as the Emergency Medicine provider for that facility. While at Twentynine Palms, Dr. Miller was the Chair of the Medical Staff Quality Committee implementing and overseeing the peer review process for all staff physicians and licensed practioners.
Dr. Miller and her husband Dr. Brandon Miller, moved to Fallbrook in late 2011. They now serve the Fallbrook community. She provides medical care for people of all ages, newborns, children, teens, adults and seniors.
Also, Dr. Miller now provides services in Aesthetics. Her goal is to provide effective, non-invasive aesthetic procedures to enhance your physical wellness. These procedures are affordable, quick, and require no down time. All of this comes together to provide you individualized care in a nurturing environment.
Languages- English, Tagalog
If you’re like most people, you’ve been going to physicians ever since you were born and perhaps were not aware whether some or all of them were osteopathic physicians, also known as DOs. You may not even be aware that there are two types of complete physicians in the United States — DOs and MDs.
The fact is that both DOs and MDs are fully qualified physicians licensed to prescribe medication and perform surgery.
DOs and MDs are Alike in Many Ways
- Students entering both DO and MD medical colleges typically have already completed four-year bachelor’s degrees with an emphasis on scientific courses.
- Both DOs and MDs complete four years of basic medical education.
- After medical school, both DOs and MDs obtain graduate medical education through internships, residencies and fellowships. This training lasts three to eight years and prepares DOs and MDs to practice a specialty.
- Both DOs and MDs can choose to practice in any specialty of medicine—such as pediatrics, family medicine, psychiatry, surgery or ophthalmology.
- DOs and MDs must pass comparable examinations to obtain state licenses.
- DOs and MDs both practice in accredited and licensed health care facilities.
- Together, DOs and MDs enhance the state of health care available in the U.S.
DOs, however, belong to a separate yet equal branch of American medical care. It is the ways that DOs and MDs are different that can bring an extra dimension to your health care.
The Osteopathic Approach
For more than a century, osteopathic physicians have built a tradition of bringing health care to where it is needed most:
- Approximately 60% of practicing osteopathic physicians practice in the primary care specialties of family medicine, general internal medicine, pediatrics, and obstetrics and gynecology.
- Many DOs fill a critical need for physicians by practicing in rural and other medically underserved communities.
In addition, these modern-day pioneers practice on the cutting edge of medicine. DOs combine today’s medical technology with their ears to listen caringly to their patients, with their eyes to see their patients as whole persons, and with their hands to diagnose and treat patients for injury and illness.
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Fallbrook CA 92028