Dr. Andrea Bennett-Cain is a graduate of Wake Forest University Medical School. She also attended Wake Forest University for her undergraduate degree. Dr ABC, as she is often called, has been with Thomasville & Archdale -Trinity Pediatrics since 2002. She speaks fluent spanish. She is on the board of the Davidson County Health Department, The Medical Coordinator for Thomasville & Archdale -Trinity Pediatric’s Reach Out and Read program, and a Sunday school teacher at Memorial United Methodist Church in Thomasville. She is married and has two children. She enjoys running, swimming, and scuba diving.
Sharda Busse, NP is a Family Nurse Practitioner. Originally from Guyana, South America. She is a graduate of UNC Charlotte. She is married and has 2 children. She joined Thomasville & Archdale – Trinity Pediatrics in September 2015. She is an advocate of healthy living gained through a balanced diet and exercise. Sharda enjoys reading, running and youth soccer.
Dr. Dan Entwistle is a graduate of the University of Alabama School of Medicine. He graduated high school from Rift Valley Academy in Kenya, Africa. He has a Masters in Public Health from the University of Texas school of Public Health. He joined Thomasville & Archdale-Trinity Pediatrics in 1995. He is fluent in Portuguese, San Swahili, Kimwasni, and he speaks some Spanish. His community interests include Davidson County Crisis Ministries and Kijabe Medical Center in Kenya. He is married and has five children. He enjoys fishing, golf, soccer, gardening, hiking, and carpentry. Some of his favorite places include Brazil, Italy, Kenya, and Montana. He has wanted to be a physician since the 7th grade. He is an avid soccer fan.
Dr. Stephen Hardy is a graduate of University of Toronto School of Medicine. He worked at Hospital for Sick Children Toronto prior to joining Thomasville & Archdale-Trinity Pediatrics in 1996. He enjoys going fishing, skiing, and traveling. He is an avid sports fan of college basketball and hockey. He also enjoys reading. He is married and has three children and two grandchildren. He attends Memorial United Methodist Church.
Rosemary Irion is a graduate of UNC-CH School of Nursing with an MSN, FNP. Her undergraduate degree was a BSN from Duke School of Nursing. She joined Thomasville & Archdale Pediatrics in 2014 after 11 years in Pediatric Endocrinology at Wake Forest School of Medicine. She is a Certified Diabetes Educator(CDE). She is an active member of Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Church as a lector and an in home visitor. She has been on numerous Medical Missions in Jamaica. She volunteers at the free Community Care Clinic in Winston-Salem and the Dragonfly House, in Mocksville, for children with physical and/or sexual abuse. She is married to a Family Practice Physician with four adult children and on grandchild. She loves reading, cooking art, photography and sewing.
Dr. Quan Johnson joined Thomasville & Archdale-Trinity Pediatrics in 2011. Dr. Johnson is a graduate of Howard University College of Medicine and comes to us after practicing at the Children’s National Hospital in Washington, D.C. She did her undergraduate work at UNC-Greensboro. She speaks fluent French and some Spanish. She loves to read and play flute as well spending time with her niece and nephews. One of her favorite travel destinations is Paris.
Dr. Beatriz Juncadella is a graduate of East Carolina Universty School of Medicine. She did her undergraduate work at Guildford College. She joined Thomasville & Archdale-Trinity Pediatrics in 2005. Dr. Bea, as she is known, is fluent in Spanish and French. She is a volunteer/board member at the Thomasville YMCA , on the missions committee at her church Grace Community Church. Dr. Bea also runs a clinic in her native country-Nicaragua. She enjoys watching soccer. She is married and has two children. She enjoys traveling and one of her favorite places is southern France.
Dr. Maria Pincus is a graduate of Eastern Virginia Medical School and she is a graduate of University of Maryland. She joined Thomasville & Archdale-Trinity Pediatrics in 1995. She attends St. Joseph’s Catholic Church. She is a wonderful piano player and is very active in her church’s choir. She is also on the Youth Council at St. Joseph’s. She plays on the Gate City Women’s Tennis League. Her Husband is an Ear, Nose, and Throat physician in High Point. She has four children.
Dr. Ed Reedy is a graduate of Wake Forest University School of Medicine; he also attend Wake Forest University for his undergraduate degree. He joined Thomasville & Archdale-Trinity Pediatrics in 1996. He is very active at his church-Mt Zion Wesleyan Church. His other local community interests include: YMCA, Cooperative Community Ministries, and Father’s Storehouse. His international interests include medical missions abroad and La Luz de Cristo Ministries. He has been on countless missions all around the world: Nicaragua, Africa, Peru and Guatemala. He is married and has 3 daughters. He enjoys outdoor actives such as hiking and running. Some of his favorite places include: Guatemala, Acadia National Park in Maine, NC mountains, and Arches National Park in Utah.
Dr. Cathy Riggan is a graduate of Wake Forest University School of Medicine; she joined Thomasville & Archdale-Trinity Pediatrics in 2001. She is very active in her community. She is a youth leader and Sunday school teacher at Grace Episcopal Church, he volunteers with the Charity League of Lexington, and Lexington City Schools. Dr. Riggan is married and has two children. She enjoys reading and quilting. Her husband is an orthopedic surgeon in Lexington, NC.
Mr. Brandon Rorie is a graduate from Lenoir Rhyne University and attended Wake Forest University for his Physician Assistant degree. He has been working at Thomasville & Archdale-Trinity Pediatrics since 2014. He enjoys work with the Special Olympics and coaching sports in the community. He plays chess and is very musical. He can play piano, french horn, trumpet, guitar. He is married and has three children. He decided to become a PA in his second year of college. Some of his favorite destinations have been Maine, Florida, and Arizona. He plans on going on medical missions in the future.
Dr. Amanda Rose is a graduate of Florida State University College of medicine. Originally from Montreal, Canada, she moved to Florida as a young child and obtained her undergraduate degree from the University of Florida-GO GATOR! She joined Thomasville-Archdale -Trinity Pediatrics in 2014. She speaks some Spanish. She loves to read and also enjoys cooking , hiking, and camping. She and her husband are active in their church, Our Lady of the Highways, where she is a lector and he sings in the choir. They have one son, who also loves to read.
Dr. Karrie Stansfield is a graduate of East Carolina University Brody School of Medicine. She attended Salem College as an undergraduate. She received her Masters in biology from Wake Forest University. She grew up a “military brat” and lived several different places. Dr. Karrie joined Thomasville & Archdale-Trinity Pediatrics in 2008. She is very active in the Community in School of Thomasville as well as international by going on several medical missions including to Guatemala, Peru, and Nicaragua. She attends Mt Zion Wesleyan Church. She has wanted to be a physician since her second year of college. She enjoys running, quilting, reading, and scuba diving. Some of her favorite travel destinations have been Hawaii, Ireland, New Orleans, and Europe.
Dr. Rob Williams is the son of Dr. David Williams, Sr. He is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine. He also attended UNC for undergraduate. Dr. Rob joined Thomasville & Archdale-Trinity Pediatrics in 1992. He is very active in the community and has several interests such as fishing and golfing. Dr. Rob is a huge UNC Tarheels fan. He attends Memorial United Methodist Church and is very active in the Thomasville High School Boosters. He also participates in the Appalachia Service Project. Dr. Rob is married and has four children. He has always wanted to be a physician to follow in his dad’s footsteps.
Dr. David Williams, Sr. is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine. He did his residency at UNC . He was a captain in the US Air Force from 1966 to 1968. He is the founder of Thomasville and Archdale-Trinity Pediatrics and was the first pediatrician in Thomasville in 1968. He is actively involved in the North Carolina chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics. He was president of the North Carolina Pediatric Society as well as president of Thomasville Bulldog Booster, Thomasville Rotary Club, and Davidson County Board of Health. He is married and has 3 children and 9 grandchildren. His son, Rob Williams, is also a member of Thomasville and Archdale-Trinity Pediatrics. He enjoys all things UNC.
Dr. Williams is still seeing patients, even though he is “retired”.
Dr. Don Winters is a graduate of Creighton Medical School in Omaha, Nebraska. He did his undergraduate work at Loyola Marymount University. He joined Thomasville & Archdale-Trinity Pediatrics in 1996. Dr. Winters is fluent in Spanish. He is board certified in Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. He also does circumcisions in our Archdale office with local anesthesia. He is a professional divemaster as well as a dive instructor. Dr. Winters has four children. He enjoys underwater photography, auto restoration, and racing. He makes jewelry and carves walking sticks. He is very active in medical mission work; he has been to Nicaragua, Haiti, Ecuador. He is member of North Carolina Disaster Response Network and recently was deployed to New York after Hurricane Sandy.
Theresa York is a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner. She is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Nursing. Theresa joined Thomasville & Archdale-Trinity Pediatrics in 1997. Theresa is very active in church and in medical missions. She attends Mt. Zion Wesleyan Church. She has been to several countries including Nicaragua and Guatemala. Theresa is married and she has three sons and four grandchildren. Theresa was a NICU nurse for several years until she decided she wanted to see children grow up. She is a wonderful cook as well as an accomplished quilter. She enjoys watching UNC Basketball and returning to visit family in Wisconsin.