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Toya Bush-Harris from "Married to Medicine" stars in the Bravo reality docu-series.

Toya Bush-Harris met her husband, emergency medicine physician Eugene Harris, during a speed dating event five years ago while pursuing her Masters in education from the University of Phoenix and working two jobs. Even though Eugene was completing a rigorous medical residency at the same time, no amount of distractions could keep this dynamic couple apart.

In addition to being a busy mom to boys Ashton, 3, and
Toya Bush-Harris in "Married to Medicine"
Toya Bush-Harris Married to Medicine
Avery, 1, Toya is helping to launch her husband's medical concierge business and working on publishing a children's nursery book series. On top of commitments and career projects, Toya and her husband are in the process of building a home conducive to their growing family.

When she first moved to Atlanta, Toya joined Mocha Moms, an organization that brings moms together in the community to promote healthy families and she currently enjoys volunteering at her church and mentoring young women in the area.




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TOYA BUSH-HARRIS (MARRIED TO MEDICINE): FACTS

Where does Toya Bush-Harris live? Find out here.

Current Residence: Atlanta, GA
Husband: Eugene Harris





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