Doctor Eliud Torres was born and raised in Michoacán, Mexico. She studied medicine at the Michoacan University of San Nicolas of Hidalgo. She completed her year of Social Service in La Palma, Michoacán. She obtained her degree as a General Physician in 2003. She worked in the area of general medicine in the Sahuayo Region in which she worked closely with the most needy population in that area. After moving to the United States, she practiced for several years as a physician assistant at a prestigious pediatric practice in Miami Beach, Florida.
Upon meeting all the requirements to practice as a doctor in the United States, she moved to New York State where she completed her residency in Family Medicine at Ellis Hospital in Schenectady, NY. In 2017 she completed her specialization and joined Ellis Medicine-Medical Center of Clifton Park as a Primary Physician caring for patients of all ages. After 3 years of professional growth, she decided to move with her family to the state of Georgia, where she joined Georgia Regional Hospital in Atlanta in a new role as Associate Director of the Medical department. In 2021 she obtained the Obesity and Family Medicine certification.
After gaining experience in the administrative area, she decided to return to her true passion, outpatient consultation, joining the Family Medical Center team in March 2023.