Sean Herrin recently joined Reagan Medical Center in November of 2016. He was born in Shreveport, Louisiana and grew up in Fairbanks, Alaska where he graduated from the University of Alaska with a B.S. in biology in 1989. This led Sean to work on the Exxon Valdez oil spill project for several years as a marine biologist. At this time, he worked on the beaches of Alaska and lived on a ship. Some of Dr. Herrin’s favorite aspects of life in Alaska was surviving the below 60 degree temperatures, hunting, camping, and mountain climbing. He eventually left Alaska to pursue a career in medicine in Detroit, Michigan and completed his medical degree there in 1998.
Dr. Herrin moved to Atlanta, Georgia for his residency training at the Emory University Medicine Program. He completed his training/Board Certification in 2001. He then joined a family medicine practice with two other doctors in Lilburn, Georgia before moving his practice to Lawrenceville. His clinical experiences include an extensive interest in cardiovascular/preventive health issues.
Dr. Herrin says that it has always been his privilege to take care of each of his patients: “I treat every patient I see just as I would want my wife, Kim, or my daughters, Megan and Courtney, to be cared for.” His loves include: “God, my family, and the many animals I care for at home.” Dr. Herrin adds, “I have been impressed by everyone at Reagan Medical and thoroughly enjoy my time there, while being of service to others.”
Sees patients at:
Suwanee (Usually works on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday 8 a.m.-7.30 p.m. and every other Saturday 10 a.m.-5.30 p.m. and Sunday 12 p.m.- 5.30 p.m.