Dr. Terry Moraczewski
Is Not Accepting New Patients
About Terry Moraczewski
Dr. Terence Moraczewski is a board-certified family medicine physician and sees patients at our Alpharetta location. He joined North Atlanta Primary Care in 1998 and welcomes new patients ages 8 and older.
Dr. Moraczewski was born and raised in South Bend, Indiana, and earned a bachelor's degree in biology from the University of Notre Dame (ND). He attended graduate school at the Indiana School of Optometry. Dr. Moraczewski completed his medical training at the American University School of Medicine and graduated with honors. He completed his residency at Wayne State University School of Medicine. He served as Chief Resident at St. John Hospital and Medical Center during his final year of residency training.
Dr. Moraczewski is a current member of several professional medical organizations, including the American Medical Association (AMA), the Georgia Academy of Family Physicians (GAFP), and is a board member of the Medical Association of Atlanta (MAA). Additionally, he is a member of the Quality Resource Efficiency Committee (QREC) for Quality Care Providers, Inc. (QCPI) and the Georgia Credentialing Committee (GCC) with Anthem Health.
Dr. Moraczewski is passionate about teaching residents and promoting interconnectivity amongst physicians and fulfills these passions in his roles as the Director of Ambulatory Care of the Transitional Residency Program at Northside-Gwinett Medical Center and as Chairman of the North Fulton Chapter of Wellstar Clinical Partners.
Dr. Moraczewski and his wife, who also works in the healthcare field, have three children in different phases of medical training as physicians in their specialties. In his free time, he enjoys staying active by rowing.
Wayne State University School of Medicine
American University School of Medicine
University of Notre Dame