Alfredo G. Antonetti, MD, FACOG
With five generations of doctors in his family, he knew from a young age that he would become a physician. He had to. Fast-forward several years, time for him to enter medical school and carry on the Antonetti tradition. Life, however, had other plans. He found out quickly that the competition to get into U.S. medical schools wasn’t just tough; it was utterly fierce. Even with a degree from an excellent university, he suddenly found his education stuck in a holding pattern. Then he took his destiny in his own hands and found a parallel path to becoming a doctor—at UAG. After four of the best years of his life, he came back prepared. Armed with exceptional USMLE scores. Prepared for the trials and tribulations of internships and residency. Ready to become a doctor at one of the busiest women’s healthcare centers in Dallas County—and to deliver almost 5,000 babies. Which he did over the last decade.