Dr. Rabahuddin Syed MD
Dr. Rabahuddin Syed is a board certified, world-class medical professional who specializes in internal medicine, regenerative medicine, and all areas of men’s health. He’s passionate about cutting-edge treatments and processes that allow for more effective patient care. These same strategies fuel his personal journey as a lifelong endurance athlete and biohacker.
Upon graduating from high school, Dr. Syed completed a Bachelor of Science degree in biology at Georgia State University. He then received his Doctor of Medicine from Ross University in 2015, where he also taught in the anatomy department, and completed his residency in internal medicine at Memorial Health University Medical Center. While he completed his education, he also held a research position at the CDC.
Since 2018, Dr. Syed has served patients in the hospital, clinic, and telehealth settings. Today, he treats patients at Atlanta Men’s Clinic, offering the support they need to look and feel their best. His areas of expertise include erectile dysfunction, sexual dysfunction, anti-aging, athletic performance, aesthetics, hormone replacement therapy, medical weight loss, and advanced regenerative medicine. Through Atlanta Men’s Clinic, Dr. Syed also offers primary care and outpatient care services.
In 2021, Dr. Syed was recognized for his exceptional medical contributions as one of Marquis Who’s Who Top Doctors. The distinction awards medical professionals for their dedication, achievements, and leadership in internal medicine. He also received an Appreciation Award for Service Work from Memorial Health.
Dr. Syed currently serves as a member of the American Urological Association, the Society of Critical Care Medicine, the American Board of Quality Assurance and Utilization Review Physicians, the American College of Physicians, the Massachusetts Medical Society, and the International Society of Sexual Medicine. Outside of the medical field, he enjoys road racing, track and field events, and reading.
Diana Reeder is the Practice Manager here at Atlanta Men’s Clinic. She’s been in the healthcare administration industry for almost two decades, leveraging her unwavering devotion to patient success and satisfaction.
Diana was initially drawn to the healthcare space at age 16 when her mother passed away. Ever since, she’s made it her mission to support patients’ health and well-being through education and administrative support. In pursuit of that aim, Diana completed her education at the University of Northwestern Ohio, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Healthcare Administration.
Diana takes pride in building relationships with our patients, getting to the bottom of their concerns so we can provide the best possible care. She is well-versed in the full spectrum of treatment offerings here at Atlanta Men’s Clinic, and she’s an incredible asset to our team and our patients. Outside of the healthcare space, Diana is passionate about football and spending time with family.
Nikki Newell is a Registered Nurse at Atlanta Men’s Clinic. After working in Health Information Management for over 20 years, she decided to pursue the clinical side of healthcare and became an RN.
In Health Information Management, Nikki worked alongside countless nurses over the years, but one left a lasting impression. When Nikki had her first child, the nurse that stood by her side inspired her to become the same helpful, calming presence for her own patients. So, she went back to school to pursue nursing full-time.
Before joining Atlanta Men’s Clinic, Nikki completed her training within the Emergency Department and Interventional Radiology Department of Northside Hospital. Today, she loves educating patients in order to make a positive impact on their lives. She serves our patients with empathy and kindness, truly listening to their concerns to provide tailored care.
Nikki holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing, a Registered Nursing License, a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Information Management, and credentials as a Registered Health Information Administrator and Certified Professional Coder. Outside of work, Nikki enjoys baking, cycling, and spending time with her husband and two kids.
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