We see adults for annual check-ups as well as minor illnesses, chronic disease management, pre-employment physicals and minor procedures. Our providers adhere to the most up to date standards in care with a compassionate bedside manner.
Chief Medical Officer
Sooil Kim, MD, FACP
Internal Medicine Physician
Carl Cooper, MD.
Internal Medicine Physician
Family Medicine Nurse Practitioner
Ye (Grace) Cho,
MSN, APRN, FNP-C
Grace is a certified Nurse Practitioner, trained in Family Medicine. She was born in South Korea, immigrated to USA with her family at the age of 8. She is bilingual, speaks English and Korean. She was first inspired into the field of medicine through community service opportunities playing violin for terminal patients at a local hospice. Grace obtained her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Nursing from Emory University Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing. She has 4+ years of experience as a hematology-oncology (Heme-Onc) registered nurse (RN) at the main Emory University Hospital in Atlanta. She joined CPACS in 2019 with hopes to contribute delivering healthcare to those in need.
We are here for minor illnesses, well visits, sports physicals, school/college physicals (including forms 3300 and 3231), and other health needs. Our program provides links to county services such as Early Intervention and Children’s Medical Services. We partner with Reach Out and Read to encourage early literacy.
Associate Medical Director
Amitha Sampath, MD, MPH, FAAP
Pediatrician, Public Health/ Preventive Medicine Physician
Dr. Amitha Sampath (“Dr Sam”) is board certified in Pediatrics and Public Health/Preventive Medicine (PH/PM), and is the Associate Medical Director of our health center. Additionally, she is adjunct faculty at Emory School of Medicine and a USCIS designated Civil Surgeon. She was born here in Georgia but mostly grew up in the northeast. She has been caring for patients for more than a decade. She received her BA from New York University, medical degree from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in 2007, and Master’s in Public Health from Columbia University/Mailman School of Public Health. She completed a pediatric residency at New York Presbyterian-Cornell and PH/PM fellowship at the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
Dr. Sam brings her experience working in varied settings as a clinician and public health advocate. This includes working internationally primarily with Doctors Without Borders, in rural areas including Native American reservation sites, and in urban high-need settings. Just prior to joining CPACS/Cosmo, she was a pediatrician at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. She has been with CPACS/Cosmo since 2016. She enjoys spending her free time with her husband and two young children.
We provide health care to women including low-cost family planning, mammogram services, and addressing minor medical problems.