Alison Ruch, MD

Medical School:

University of Georgia / Medical College of Georgia


Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center



American Board of Emergency Medicine


Spanish and English

About Me:

Dr. Ruch was born and raised in Mexico and moved to the USA in 2005.  She speaks both Spanish and English fluently.  She attended the University of Tennessee where she received a degree in Biochemisty, Cellular, and Molecular Biology with a minor in Philosophy, graduating Summa Cum Laude.  She worked for a year at Peachford Hospital in Atlanta and there pursued medicial school at the University of Georgia campus/MCG, and finally completed her Emergency Medicine specialty at Wake Forest.  She also worked at LifeBrite hospital as an emergency physician, a community hospital in the mountains of North Carolina.  When asked why she became a doctor she answers, "because I think this is the most interesting and gratifying specialty in medicine.  I love that I can take care of anyone and anything."  On her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, daughter, and dog outdoors, exercising, cooking, and reading.  She looks forward to serving the northeast Georgia community.