Meet Dr. Nanos
Dr. Georgine Nanos is a board-certified family physician with advanced training in epidemiology and public health. She founded Kind Health Group to bring an exceptional level of care to all her patients. She believes listening to each individual story and building a deep personal connection is the most rewarding part of medicine and the best way to get to the root cause of many complex medical issues. Dr. Nanos is passionate about the power of preventive health, women’s health issues, and technology in medicine. Dr. Nanos has been practicing medicine for over 18 years and has expertise in treating a wide range of medical conditions in patients of all ages. She also serves as a medical contributor to numerous local and national TV, radio, and print media outlets.
Education and Training
After completing her bachelor’s degree at Colgate University, she began extensive training in healthcare and medicine. Dr. Nanos received a Master’s Degree in Public Health from Boston University followed by a Doctor of Medicine Degree at George Washington University School of Medicine. She completed her internship and residency in family medicine at the University of California San Diego and is board certified in family medicine.
Dr. Nanos is a proud memeber of the following professional organizations:
- San Diego County Medical Society
- California Medical Association
- American Academy of Family Medicine
Words from Dr. Nanos
“I love practicing medicine with every fiber of my being. The best part of being your doctor is sitting in the exam room with you and listening to your story – whether we are solving a complex medical problem, addressing a challenging illness or just catching up during a routine physical. It is building this deep personal connection with you that is the most rewarding part of medicine and in my opinion, the only way to really get to the root cause of many of your medical issues. Doing that takes time – that is why I have created Kind Connected Care, a primary care model dedicated to each patient.”
– Georgine Nanos, M.D.
In the Media
"Dr. Nanos and her staff are wonderful. Everyone in her office is caring, compassionate, and extremely patient."
"Kind Health Group always provides me with the best care I could hope for. The staff is patient-centered, compassionate, and accommodating. And Dr. Nanos is an expert physician and caregiver. Those are qualities that are unfortunately hard to find in every doctor."
"Kelly is amaxing ,she goes above and beyond, thank you!"
"TMS feels like when you're when your eye twitches but really big. After a while it kind of felt relaxing though, more like a massage. The health coaching was really incredible. The coaches were so warm and insightful. They really listened when they needed it most. Being able to be there in between treatments made for the best counseling I think I've ever received. They were so welcoming and nonjudgmental and were able to give me advice that has helped me really turn my life in the right direction."
"I’m excited to not have to be on medication for the rest of my life and to be able to feel every emotion without letting it get the best of me.After my first TMS treatment, I felt more emotional than usual. I remember getting in my car and just crying. I didn’t necessarily feel sad, just emotional and hopeful at the same time. The second day of treatment I felt euphorically happy. Third day, I felt a little more annoyed that usual and exhausted. The fourth and fifth day, I was exhausted but felt happy again and extremely grateful."
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