Kaelyn Krook, M.D.
Letter to Patients
I am Dr. Kaelyn Krook an Otolaryngologist at ENT of Georgia. Originally from Midland, MI (two hours north of Detroit), I was immersed in a small-town culture where people helped other people and from a young age I knew I wanted to be in a position where I could assist people in need. From science experiments in my kitchen, to the high school anatomy lab, I quickly learned medicine was my calling, and interacting with people was my greatest reward.
Fast forward to undergrad at the University of Richmond, where I played club soccer and graduated summa cum laude double majoring in Biology and Spanish, I decided to become a doctor. Subsequently, I attended the University of Virginia School of Medicine, receiving my medical degree in 2012. I became drawn to Otolaryngology early on in medical school because of the complex anatomy of the head and neck region and unique patient processes. I made my way to Atlanta, GA via the Otolaryngology residency program at Emory University. At Emory, I was given the opportunity to serve the veterans at the Atlanta VA Medical Center, a large underserved population at Grady Hospital and spent several months at Children’s hospital of Egleston as well.
I now call Atlanta home. I fell in love with the culture and people and aspire to give back to this community that has trained me. What I enjoy most is making a meaningful impact in my patients’ quality of life.
When I’m not helping patients you’ll find me exploring the world, enjoying restaurants, practicing yoga sculpt at CorePower Yoga, and cuddling with my eight-pound Maltese, Brody.
Medical Degree/ Internship/ Residency/ Fellowship Info
- Grew up in Midland, MI
- BS in Biology and Spanish at University of Richmond; graduated summa cum laude
- MD- University of Virginia, scholarship for excellence in pharmacology
- Internship/Residency- Emory University
- Joined ENT of Georgia in 2017
- Sinonasal disease