Daffodil Pediatrics
 
 

Our Physicians

Dr. Kamishlian, MD

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. She 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.

Dr Abbie, as her patients like to call her, has been in continuous practice for almost 20 years. In addition to general care, her medical focus includes: nutrition, developmental issues such as ADHD, allergy testing and treatment.

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. Faduyile, MD

Fahimot Oyinlola Faduyile MD, FAAP, often fondly referred to as Dr "O" is board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics.

She is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. She obtained her medical degree from the College of Medicine, University of Lagos in Nigeria and completed her Pediatrics Residency at the Woodhull Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY.

She moved to Georgia following her residency and has since practiced primary care pediatrics first in the Lawrenceville area and only recently in Rome, GA.

Her love and passion for kids’ care right from childhood continues to be evident in her daily interactions with pediatric patients.

She is a highly competent physician who has over time earned the trust of colleagues, patients and parents alike.

Dr "O" loves reading, traveling and spending time with her husband and three beautiful kids.

Dr. Malvoisin, MD

Crystal Malvoisin, MD grew up in Orangeburg, SC, and she is a proud alumna of Alabama State University.

After graduating summa cum laude, Dr. Malvoisin completed medical school at The Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD in 2010.

She then went on to complete pediatric residency at Johns Hopkins Hospital in 2013 and has been practicing primary care pediatrics ever since!

She is a board certi ed pediatrician and a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Dr. Malvoisin has an interest in promoting healthy lifestyles and enjoys caring for children from birth through adolesence.

In her leisure time, she enjoys music, Zumba, reading, and spending time with friends and family.

Dr. Cardwell, MD

Dr. Cardwell received her BA in Chemistry from Brown University in 1986 and graduated from Columbia University’s College of Physician and Surgeons in 1990.

She went on to complete her pediatric internship at University of Michigan’s Motts Hospital/Ann Arbor and her pediatric residency at Weill Cornell Medical Center, New York City.

A Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics, she maintains a strong focus on good nutrition and an active lifestyle to combat childhood obesity.

Dr. Cardwell provides pediatric care from newborn through late adolescence.

In addition to health-checks, and childhood illnesses, Dr. Cardwell welcomes children with ADHD.

However, patients and parents should be mindful that Dr. Cardwell partners with other specialists including psychiatrists and neurologists to manage medica- tions relating to ADHD and assure the best treatment plan for her patients.

She welcomes new and expecting moms. Starting in October, Dr. Cardwell will begin prenatal visit/ baby showers for new and expecting parents.

Roger Weaver, PA-C

Roger Weaver, PA-C graduated from the University of Nebraska Medical Center in 1981 and has maintained NCCPA certification since graduation.  Experience has added to that NCCPA certification in pediatrics, otolaryngology, cardiology, rheumatology, corrections and family medicine.

Born in Nebraska the third of three boys and has lived in Germany, Saudi Arabia, Pennsylvania, and Georgia

The West Georgia area is home for better than twenty years.

Living on a small acreage with his wife of thirty years he assists in caring for the land and pets.

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