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Board Certified Sleep Medicine Physician
Dr. David Pitts is a Board Certified Sleep Medicine Physician with additional expertise in ENT surgery. He is board certified in Sleep Medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine (D.ABIM) and in Otolaryngology by the American Board of Otolaryngology (D.ABO). He is a member of the American College of Surgeons, Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery (AAHNS), and Otolaryngologic Allergy (AAOA).
Dr. Pitts completed his medical training at the University of Texas Health Science Center. He also completed internships in internal medicine at Good Samaritan Medical Center, and general surgery at Oregon Health Sciences University (OHSU). In addition, he also completed otolaryngology residency at Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in Oakland, CA and Sleep Medicine fellowship at FusionHealth®. Dr. Pitts received his undergraduate education in Biology at Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas.
During his residency at Kaiser, he spent several months in Nigeria, where he worked with local physicians and patients. This experience allowed him to gain an understanding of diseases that are not commonly encountered in the United States.
Following his residency, Dr. Pitts spent several years practicing Otolaryngology with Kaiser Permanente in northern and southern California. In 1998, he was selected Chief of Otolaryngology for the new medical center in Baldwin Park, California which served a population of 250,000 patients. He continued to serve until 2002 when he and his family relocated to north Georgia and he decided to dedicate his career to the field of Sleep Medicine.