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Provider Spotlight – LaWanna Monday Harden, DPM, Lithonia, GA

May 23, 2021

Dr. Monday-Harden is a native of Eatonton, Georgia. She graduated with honors from Putnam County High School earning a four-year basketball scholarship to Augusta State University where she received a B.S. in Biology. She graduated at the top of her class and earned the distinction of the university’s all-time leading scorer in women’s basketball. Dr. Monday-Harden earned her doctorate at Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine where she received the Samuel N. Ulevitch Dermatologic Award for her academic achievements. She completed a three-year surgical residency at the Atlanta Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Decatur, GA serving as Chief Resident in her final year. She is currently a surgical instructor for podiatric residents at the Atlanta Center for Foot and Ankle Surgery in Sandy Springs.

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Dr. Monday-Harden’s special interests are advanced diabetic limb salvage and sports medicine. As a sports enthusiast involved in running and basketball, she understands the foot and ankle healthcare concerns of athletes and active adults. She is an active lecturer and podiatric resource for hospital-based Diabetic Resource Centers in the metro Atlanta area. In addition to being a dedicated physician to her patients, Dr. Monday-Harden is married and the mother of two young sons. She and her family currently reside in Covington.

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