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Dr. Sea: “I think 8! Set of triplets (natural at that!), set of twins, and 3 singleton deliveries. Whew! What a day!”

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Dr. Schilling:“6! All singleton pregnancies, 3 were in ONE hour & all within 12 hours!

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a little name-dropping? We are very proud to announce

Tamika L. Sea, MD has joined

Dr. Schilling in the Women’s Center.

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with Dr. Schilling & Dr. Sea. Get to know our doc’s up front and personal —all work, no play? NO WAY —Peek inside for some light-hearted fun.

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We are proud to welcome Tamika L. Sea, MD to Schilling Women’s Center. “Obstetrics and Gynecology offers me the wonderful experience to be a caretaker during very pivotal points in the lives of other women. From delivering their first-born child, to handling their women’s health needs afterwards, this specialty gives me the continuity of care that I wanted to have with my patients.

Dr. Sea is originally from Memphis, TN and has recently relocated back to Atlanta after completing her medical/professional studies. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, and is a painter with a focus in contemporary African American visual arts and studies.

I pride myself on having interpersonal skills, sincere bedside manner, and being able to relate to my patients on a personal level. I maintain honesty and assurance in my practices and always strive to give the utmost of sound patient management, surgical skill, and patient education.” ~ Tamika L. Sea, MD

Board Eligible: American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology Junior Fellow: American Congress of Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency: The Methodist Hospital Ob/Gyn Program, Houston, TX MD: The University of TN Health Science Center, Memphis, TN BS: Spelman College, Atlanta, GA

Please Welcome Dr. Sea to our community and refer your family and friends!

Interview with Dr. Sea 1. When did you decide to be a doctor? I decided to become a doctor when I was about 13 years old, secondary to the passing of my great grandmother.

2. Why did you choose Ob/Gyn as your specialty? My great grandmother passed away from

Stage 4 ovarian cancer when I was 13. It was interesting since she had multiple medical problems, and went to the doctor frequently, but she hadn’t been to an OB/Gyn since she began menopause, which was over 20 years prior. She felt like there was no need to go anymore. She was diagnosed, and in one month, she was gone. I actually tell people that I wanted to become an OB/Gyn before I knew what all that entailed!!

3. Do you come from a family of doctors? I am the first medical doctor in my family.

4. What is your favorite part of being an Ob/Gyn? I love being able to bond with my

patients. What we do is amazing! We are able to take care of women early in their lives, be with them during some of the most special moments like giving birth, and continue to be with them through their many years after childbearing. They trust and believe in us, and it’s such a special relationship!

5. Were you a good student before col-

lege? Which were you; teacher’s pet or prankster? I was a little bit of both!! I always got the good grades, but I was the chatter-box/social butterfly of the class usually. So the teachers loved me, and let me get away with running my mouth!!

6. Who has made the biggest impact

on your life so far, and why? That’s a hard one!! And everyone would probably say one of their parents, and I’m no different. I would collectively say both of my parents have made the biggest impact on my life. Neither having any college or graduate education, they were able to guide me in the right direction and allowed for me to chase my dreams despite them not having that opportunity. They believed in me fully, sometimes even more than I believed in my self. They are indeed the reason why I’m here today!

7. What’s the best piece of advice you 2

ever got? Just do it!

8. What is the one piece of advice you

would give to a young person seeking the medical field, i.e. physician? If it was easy, then everyone would do it. Continue to press forward, even through the rough moments because if you truly want it, you can make it!

9. What are you most thankful for?

I’m most thankful for my support system of my fiancé, family and friends. They have been a tremendous help throughout these years!

10. How many siblings do you have

dent and First Lady, Prince, Charlize Theron (I love her!), and Ben Stiller. I know, that would be an interesting dinner!

17. What is your favorite dessert? Brownies are my favorite! Closely followed by pecan pie!

18. What food would you never eat? Sashimi!

19. Do you cook? If so, what is your

signature dish? Fried chicken of course. I’m from Memphis! What do you expect?!

20. What would we find in your refrigerator right now? Greek yogurt, cheese, water,

and brother, and I’m the youngest!

chicken, grapefruit juice… ummm. And miscellaneous leftovers from restaurants from the weekend!

11. What’s your favorite song?

21. What’s the most interesting trip

12. Do you like to sing karaoke? If so, what is your first choice of the song? I

been out of the country, but Canada was my most interesting trip. I was amazed at how CLEAN it was there! I mean, there were no oil spots on the ground at the gas station! I felt like I was in the Twilight Zone!

LOVE KARAOKE!! And I always pick a Prince song if I can, because I most likely know it word for word!

22. Where would you like to visit that

13. What is your favorite movie? Do

America, or to Dubai.

and where do you rank? I have an older sister Prince is BY FAR MY FAVORITE ARTIST OF ALL TIME. And Adore is my favorite song, which is of course by Prince.

you ever cry at movies? That’s a hard one. I

don’t think I have a favorite movie actually. I definitely cry at movies! Put The Notebook on, and the waterfalls start!

14. If Hollywood wanted to make a

movie about your life, whom would you like to see play the lead role as you? Angela Bassett is awesome, she would do a great job!

15. If you were a superhero, what

would be your name? The Pink Lantern. I always loved the concept of the Green Lantern, so I would be the Pink Lantern since pink is my favorite color!

16. If you could invite any 5 people to

dinner, who would you choose? The Presi-

you have ever taken? Why? I’ve never really

you’ve never been? Would love to go to South

23. On a scale of 1 to 10, how happy

are you? I’m usually between an 8-9.5. I’m pretty chipper and even-tempered.

24. What is something about you most

people wouldn’t know? Surprisingly, I don’t know how to ride a bike!! I fell off of my bike when I was 7, and was so afraid of defeat that I never rode one again!

25. Do you have a hidden talent? I’m a painter. I actually was a Visual Arts minor in college. And my father and siblings are also artists!


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1. When did you decide to be a doctor? During college I worked at a bank and actually considered pursuing that route first, but I was really good in science and people-oriented so I decided to change my direction to medicine. I have never regretted my choice.

2. Why did you choose Ob/Gyn as your

the medical field, i.e. physician? It is a rewarding calling but learn to balance your family life with your medical career early.

9. What are you most thankful for? My wife and my wonderful family.

specialty? Most patient’s are healthy and I can actually fix their problems. This is a rarity in health care. I, even now, constantly get to learn new techniques and keep my mind challenged. Of course, the biggest reason would have to be bringing the joy of a baby into a family’s life, this joy will never be forgotten, and I get to be a memory for life, that’s a great privilege and honor that words cannot explain.

6. Who has made the biggest impact

on your life so far, and why? I really can’t think of just one name, but I would have to say my patient’s as a group.

7. What’s the best piece of advice you ever got? You can learn something from every patient you ever see & I still find it to be true.

8. What is the one piece of advice you would give to a young person seeking

16. If you could invite any 5 people

to dinner, who would you choose? Lady GaGa, George Bush, Elton John, Coach Dan Reeves, and Anthony Hopkins.

18. What food would you never eat? Anchovies.

19. Do you cook? If so, what is your signature dish? I love to cook. My signature dish is Veal Parmesan.

20. What would we find in your refrig-

erator right now? Orange juice, organic veggies, milk, goat cheese, hummus, and eggs.

4. What is your favorite part of being

lege? Which were you; teacher’s pet or prankster? Definitely the good student & teacher’s pet.

would be your name? The “Deliverer”.

low cake with chocolate frosting.

tors? No, my dad was actually a meteorologist for the weather service. Amusingly, when I decided to pursue medicine, my mom and dad said, “But Pat, you’ve never worked at a hospital”.

5. Were you a good student before col-

15. If you were a superhero, what

17. What is your favorite dessert? Yel-

3. Do you come from a family of doc-

an Ob/Gyn? I love handing over a big beautiful baby to the Mom and Dad and seeing the immeasurable joy on their faces.

Owen Wilson from the “Wedding Crashers”.

21. What’s the most interesting trip 10. How many siblings do you have

and where do you rank? I have two brothers and three sisters, I am the oldest of six.

11. What’s your favorite song? “Don’t

you have ever taken? Why? Hawaii has a very special place in my heart because it’s where I told my wife I loved her.

22. Where would you like to visit that

Stop Believing” by Journey.

you’ve never been? I would love to visit England and play golf.

12. Do you like to sing karaoke? If

23. On a scale of 1 to 10, how happy

so, what is your first choice of the song? I love karaoke! My first song choice would be “Georgia” by Ray Charles.

are you? 10.

24. What is something about you

you ever cry at movies? “The Natural” with Robert Redford; I definitely will tear up at movies.

most people wouldn’t know? I was an intern for the AJC in the sports department in 1969, I actually had the privilege of interviewing Hank Aaron soon after he got his 3,000th hit.

14. If Hollywood wanted to make a

25. Do you have a hidden talent? I can

13. What is your favorite movie? Do

movie about your life, whom would you like to see play the lead role as you?

actually play a classical guitar.

SO our Doc’s are tricksters too! We asked if them to name one prank they have played on the staff or nurses & here is what they had to say: Dr. Sea: “I played a prank on the postpartum nurses in Houston at my residency program, where we joked that we had delivered triplets and we needed more bassinets in the nursery when the nursery was already filled to capacity! They were trying to find all kinds of old baskets and whatnot from the floor to put these babies in! I even had L and D nurses walk up to postpartum with dolls wrapped up in baby blankets! The nurses were so frantic!! It was hilarious!”

Dr. Schilling: “One time when the hospital was slow, I climbed into a empty laundry basket on one of

the nursing floors... the nurses thought they saw something moving in the basket (of course it was me), and as they approached, I popped out of it like a Jack-In-The-Box and scared the living daylights out of them! Well, I can’t repeat their words to me!”

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Schilling Healthcare Fall 2012 Newsletter - Special Issue