Peter Wrobel, MD
A member of the American College of Phlebology, Dr. Wrobel has extensive experience treating vein disorders having performed over 8000 vein procedures. As part of his Phlebology studies, he trained under nationally recognized vein care specialists.
Dr. Wrobel has obtained his Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Saskatchewan, College of Medicine, and undergraduate degrees in Physiology and French, also from the University of Saskatchewan, in Saskatoon, Canada. He interned and completed his residency at Plains Health Centre, an affiliate of the University of Saskatchewan.
He began his career in Waycross, GA in 1995. Since then, he taught through the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, GA as an Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine; and was an Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine for Okefenokee Residency program in Waycross. In addition, Dr. Wrobel has a special interest for treating patients with Sleep Apnea and Venous Insufficiency at both locations.
Dr. Wrobel is a diplomate of the American Board of Family Practice, is ABFP certified. He is also a member of the American College of Phlebology, American Academy of Family Physicians, Southern Medical Association, National Commission on Correctional Healthcare and Society of Correctional Physicians.
Dr. Wrobel is married with 5 children. He is an active member of his church and enjoys going on mission trips around the world.
John House, MD
Upon finishing his internship, he entered Active Duty as Captain in the Army. Dr. House served in Vietnam from 1968-1969. He completed his Army Service at Hunter Army Airfield in 1971. He entered a Family Practice in Winder in 1971 and retired in 2007. After his brief retirement, he began working at McKinney Medical Center from 2008-2015. He worked in Satilla Family Care in Nahunta from 2015-2018 and is presently a clinical physician at Elite Primary Care.
Outside of his time serving the medical community, Dr. House is a decorated writer. Dr. House has won two awards for Short Stories at the Southern Writer’s Association. He has published five novels, most recently Uncommon Bond, and is working on his 6th manuscript. His most recent novel, Uncommon Bond, was nominated for Georgia Author of the Year as well as an award from the Military Writers Society of America.
Dr. House is married to Winder native, Pam. They have worked side by side in the medical profession for most of their 21 years of marriage. They currently live in Brunswick, Georgia with their three cats.
Shad Stormant, MD
Dr. Stormant went on to graduated Suma Cum Laude from Valdosta State University. He then started his at Mercer University where he went on to complete his medical degree. Dr. Stormant also completed his residency at Mercer University School of Medicine in Macon, Ga where he was also honored to serve as Chief Resident.
Shad is married to Waycross native, Sarah. He and his wife are happy to be returning to South Georgia with their son and two daughters. In their spare time, Shad enjoys gardening, knitting, and cycling with his wife, Sarah. Together, they also enjoy spending time doing activities with their children. As a family, they are involved with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Waycross and have worked with the youth in their church for years.
Ashleigh Johnson, PA
Upon graduation, Ashleigh’s work experience includes Women’s Health Center in Jesup, AppleCare, Advanced Health Care Center, Georgia Emergency Associates/ St. Joseph’s Immediate Care, and Mayo Clinic Emergency Department as a certified Physician Assistant.
Ashleigh currently resides in Screven, Georgia with her husband, Matthew Johnson, and their daughter Blakely. In her time away from work, Ashleigh enjoys being a new mother and spending time with her family.
Dawn Driggers, NP
Dawn is a long-time resident of Alma, Ga where she lives with her husband Carl and her son Hunter. As a family they enjoy camping, boating, and spending time at the beach. Most importantly, you will find them glued to the television come football season rooting on our Georgia Bulldogs.
Carmen Jackson, NP
Carmen and her husband, Johnny, live in Waycross. They have four daughters and three grandchildren. Carmen enjoys crocheting, reading, shopping, traveling, and most importantly being a grandmother to the grandkids.
Kya Wright, NP
Prior to employment at Elite Primary Care, Kya was employed with Ware Visiting Nurses for 7 years which the last three years were as the Administrator for the agency. She also has over 11 years of experience at Memorial Satilla Health (Satilla Health Services) as a Med-Surg Nurse.
Kya currently resides in Waycross, GA with her husband Charles Wright and her two daughters Kierra and McKenzie. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with family, going on vacations, participating in church activities, and retail therapy.”