Ernesto J. F. Graham was born and raised in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico. His childhood was truly multicultural. He traveled extensively during his childhood, completing part of his primary education in Canada and the United States. His diligent study and scientific research earned him many honors, including: Special Student Delegate to the Nobel Prize Award Ceremonies, Stockholm, Sweden, 1981, and the Outstanding High School U.S. Naval Science Award, presented in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, in 1980. He graduated from High School in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico in 1981.
Dr. Graham received his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from the University of Puerto Rico in 1985. He is a Beta Kappa Chi Masters Honor graduate in Cellular and Molecular Biology from Clark-Atlanta University (1988). Entering the United States Army Reserves as a Second Lieutenant in 1988, he went on to receive his Doctorate Degree in Medicine in 1992. He then completed an internship and residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology in Brooklyn, New York, serving as Chief Resident in 1995-1996. Arriving in Fayetteville, North Carolina in 1996, Dr. Graham served as Staff Obstetrician/Gynecologist at
Womack Army Medical Center, Chief of the Ob/Gyn Clinics,
and Combat Surgeon to the 28th Combat Support Hospital
on Fort Bragg. He completed his military commission in the rank of Major and established his private practice in December of 2000.
1521 Owen Park Lane, Fayetteville
(1 minute from Cape Fear Valley Hospital/Next to 316 Restaurant)
Phone: (910) 223-7420