Daffodil Pediatrics

Our Physicians

Dr. Kamishlian

Originally from Manila, Dr. Kamishlian attended the University of the Philippines for her undergraduate degree. She pursued her medical education at the University of the Philippines Manila College of Medicine. Dr. Kamishlian continued her medical education at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University and the Children’s Hospital of Montefiore, completing an internship program and receiving her residency training in pediatrics. Dr. Kamishlian has also completed a fellowship program in pediatric endocrinology at the State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center.

Patients visiting Dr. Kamishlian can receive a full range of medical services. She provides regular infant checkups, annual pediatric checkups, sick child visits, general consultations, and treatment for issues including sore throat, allergic cough, sinus problems, and ear infection. When she is not treating patients, Dr. Kamishlian enjoys playing tennis and travelling with her family.

Dr Kamishlian speaks English, Spanish (not fluent), and Tagalog.

Dr. Elkhabier

Dr E, as she is called by her patients and their families is a board certified pediatrician and a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Originally from Sudan in the heart of Africa, where she was born and raised, Dr Salma Elkhabier earned her medical degree from the prestigious Khartoum University, She completed her 1st pediatrics residency at King Fahad Specialist hospital in Saudi Arabia where she relocated with her husband. She then moved to the United States in 2006 where she completed a 2nd residency at Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta. Before joining Daffodil Pediatrics Dr Elkhabier was practicing in the Atlanta area since 2010 where she lives with her husband and their four children.

She has a passion for quality child care and treats her patients and their families with the utmost respect. She worries about her patients as she worries about her own children. She is an avid learner and keeps herself updated with all the latest discoveries in Pediatrics. Her areas of interests include preventive medicine, newborn care, asthma, childhood obesity and taking care of chronically ill children.

Outside of work she is a busy mom, enjoys cooking, traveling and having fun with her kids.

Dr. Sellers-Scott

Dr. Adrene Sellers-Scott is a native of Montgomery, Alabama. Dr. Sellers-Scott was inspired to pursue a career as a physician after interviewing her own pediatrician for a school project. She attended Alabama State University in Montgomery, Alabama where she was actively engages in biological research through the MBRS and MARC programs. Upon completing a B.S. Degree in Biology in 1991, she furthered the pursuit of her dream by attending the University Of South Alabama College Of Medicine. She obtained her M.D. Degree in 1995 and completed both her internship and residency at the University of South Alabama in 1998.

Since completing her education Dr. Sellers-Scott has been practicing for 16 years. Being actively involved in several federally qualified health centers in both Huntsville, Alabama and Atlantic City, New Jersey. While in New Jersey Dr. Sellers-Scott held the position of school system Physician and participated in an Asthma Collaboration study to improve both recognition and treatment of the disease.

Dr. Sellers-Scott moved back to the South in 2007 and has been practicing in Clayton County. She joined Daffodil Pediatrics and Family Medicine in October 2013. Dr. Sellers-Scott’s interest includes Childhood Obesity.

Dr. Taisha Okafor is a Georgia native who joined Daffodil Pediatrics in January 2014. She decided to become a Pediatrician when she was 9 nine years old, after being inspired by her own Pediatrician. After high school, she graduated Suma Cum Laude from Tennessee State University with a B.Sc. in Biology. She received her Medical Degree from Mehamy Medical College in Nashville, Tennessee and successfully completed her Pediatric residency from the Children’s Hospital at Sinai in Baltimore, MD. Dr. Okafor has practiced medicine since 2007. She has special interest in infancy, Asthma and teenagers. She also especially enjoys working with new moms.

Dr. Okafor is Board Certified by the American Academy of Pediatricians. She is currently accepting new patients.

The Healthy Sidebar
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