Dr. Eubanks grew up in Alabama. She attended the University of Alabama for undergraduate studies, receiving a B.S. in Biology. During the Summer of 1992, she attended Massachusetts General Hospital and the Harvard AIDS Institute and conducted a research project involving human lymphocytes and HIV.
Dr. Eubanks received her Doctor of Medicine degree from Meharry Medical College and spent time doing some clinical work at Vanderbilt Medical Center. She attended a rural Family Medicine Residency in Alabama. Also, she is currently Board Certified in Family Medicine.
Additionally, after medical school, she volunteered medical services with the American Red Cross in New York City with the World Trade Center Tragedy--9/11/2001. Also, she volunteered medical services and supplies to people affected by Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Rita.
Dr. Eubanks has over 8 years of extensive medical experience in diverse geographic areas including Georgia, Alabama, New York, and Tennessee. She has received several awards and recognition for her public service and commitment to quality healthcare.