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At Faebris, it is our mission to provide specialty medical services and

disease-state education to the community.


We specialize in infectious diseases,

with a particular emphasis on HIV/AIDS.


Our goal is to inform our community of relevant preventive measures to preserve and promote

good health and to provide compassionate medical treatment for all infectious diseases.


Our name, Faebris, is derived from the ancient Roman goddess, Febris, who protected people from fever and dispelled sickness due to infection. There were temples in Rome dedicated to her. People would make offerings at the altars of her temples in hopes of being cured of their infectious diseases. The word, fever, evolved from her name.


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Zandraetta Tims-Cook, MD, MPH, AAHIVS is a board-certified infectious diseases specialist in Atlanta, GA. She attended Spelman College in Atlanta, GA and majored in pre-med/biology. She grew interested in the health concerns of women while studying Public Health/ Sociomedical Sciences at Columbia University in New York, NY. She became especially concerned about HIV health disparities involving African-American women in the late 1990s and decided on a career in medicine in the field of infectious diseases. She is a graduate of Weill Cornell Medical College in New York and completed internal medicine residency training at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, TN. She returned to her home state of Georgia for infectious diseases fellowship training at Emory University in Atlanta.

Dr. Tims-Cook maintains an interest in HIV health disparities, particularly disparities seen amongst women. She has published research with the HIV Prevention Trials Network. She is involved in community outreach efforts in HIV education and founded The Heather Ivy Society, Inc. a non-profit support group for women who are living with HIV. 

She is currently an associate professor of medicine at WellStar Atlanta Medical Center and has recently established an infectious diseases practice for the southwest Atlanta community.  Dr. Tims-Cook is the proud mother of two teenage daughters, who share her love of learning, music and humanity. They are also members of the Cascade United Methodist Church in Atlanta, GA.

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