Thad H. Riley, MD is a board-certified family practice physician. Dr. Riley completed his B.S. Degree in Biology and Chemistry at the University of South Carolina and his MD Degree at the Medical University of South Carolina. Dr. Riley presently serves on the Georgia Board of Family Practice and has received national NCQA recognition for excellence in diabetes care. He also serves as a Clinical Professor of Family Medicine at Mercer and Georgia Health Sciences University medical schools. Dr. Riley enjoys all aspects of family medicine but has taken a special interest in the care of persons with diabetes as he became one of the first Georgia Physicians to meet the criteria for the designation of Master Diabetes Clinician.
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Dr. Thad Riley
Dr. Angela Davis
Angela Davis, MD is a board certified family practice physician. She completed her undergraduate degree in Chemistry at Augusta State University and her MD degree at the Medical College of Georgia. She completed her family medicine residency at Spartanburg Regional in South Carolina. Dr. Davis serves as a Clinical Professor of Family Medicine for Georgia Health Sciences University medical school and a clinical preceptor for Mercer University medical school. She enjoys all aspects of family medicine, but she is particularly fond of pediatrics and women's health. She has also earned the designation of Master Diabetes Clinician and achieved recognition by NCQA for excellence in diabetes care.
Susan Riley, DNP, FNP, CDE
Susan B. Riley, DNP, FNP is a board certified family nurse practitioner and Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE). Mrs. Riley completed her B.S. & Master's Degree at the University of South Carolina. She finished her Doctor of Nursing Practice with a focus on diabetes care at Georgia Southern University. She achieved recognition by NCQA for excellence in diabetes care. She is a certified insulin pump trainer for several companies. Prior to moving to Statesboro, she worked at Medical University of South Carolina, National Institute of Health, and George Washington University. As a nurse practitioner, Mrs. Riley enjoys partnering in the health of all aged patients newborns to seniors. She has a special interest and background in Rheumatology and disorders of the muscular skeletal system, diabetes, pediatrics and women's health. She currently conducts the group education and visits for diabetes self-management using an interactive approach at FHCC and has received recognition for her work in diabetes education including the use of technology in classes dedicated to teaching those with diabetes about the disease and how to handle it. (Click here for more info).
Kelly Tillman MSN, FNP-BC
Kelly Tillman, MSN, FNP-BC is a board certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She completed her bachelors of Nursing at Armstrong University and her Masters of Nursing and Nurse Practitioner education at Georgia Southern University. Kelly has worked at Memorial Hospital in Savannah in the Emergency Room for over 14 years first as a RN then as a Nurse Practitioner. She is certified in advance life support (ACLS) as well as pediatric advance life support (PALS). Kelly competed some of her clinical rotations for GSU here at Family Health Care. Kelly lives in Statesboro with her husband and family and enjoys running for fun and fitness. She cares for patients across the life span from newborns to seniors.
Katelyn Clifton MSN, FNP-BC
Katelyn Clifton MSN, FNP-BC is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner. Katelyn completed both her Bachelors and Masters in Nursing at Georgia Southern University. Mrs. Clifton worked as a registered nurse at Memorial Hospital in the neonatal intensive care unit for 4 years and at East Georgia Regional Hospital Intensive care for 3 years. After finishing her Family Nurse Practitioner Degree, she worked as a nurse practitioner for Evans Family HealthCare in Claxton until joining FHCC. Katelyn cares for patients from newborns to seniors. When not working she enjoys spending time with her husband and two children.
Amy Jo Riggs, PhD, RD, LD
Amy Jo Riggs, PhD, RD, LD is a registered dietitian and Assistant Professor of Nutrition and Food Science at GSU. She consults with Family Health Care Center in nutrition education. Amy Jo received her Master of Science degree from Ball State University (Muncie, Indiana) and completed her doctoral degree at Auburn University in Alabama. She is a registered dietitian with many years of clinical experience ranging from nutrition and cancer, diabetes, weight management (adult and children), eating disorders, and sports nutrition. She is available for individual and group nutrition education.