|Dr. Lori's award winning staff|
Chris L. meets you and greets you and answers your calls. She joined Dr. Lori in 2005. She has 3 stepchildren and 9 amazing grandchildren.
Carol Z. checks your family in and out and answers your calls. She joined Dr. Lori in 2009. She is the joyful mother to two beautiful daughters, Andrazia and Aly.
Stephanie B. meets you and greets you and answers your calls. She joined Dr. Lori in 2009. She has three amazing children - Madison, Riley, and Brady.
Erin T. meets you and greets you and supervises the waiting room and front office. She joined Dr. Lori in 2009. She is the devoted mother to Conner and Cate.
Patti N. joined our front office team in 2010. She is a St. Petersburg native, graduate of The University of Florida and the energetic mother of Jake and Caitlyn.
Nurse Barb S. is an RN who joined Dr. Lori in 2001. She is a graduate of St. Pete College. She is the beeming mother of Whitney and proud stepmother to Kendra and Noah.
Nurse Terri M. is an RN since 1993. She joined Dr. Lori in 2002. She is a graduate of St. Pete College. She is the active and enthusiastic mother of two children, David and Ashley.
Nurse Luann L. earned her LPN degree in 1972. She joined us in 2006. She is a graduate of The University of Pennsylvania College of Nursing. She is the devoted mother of 3, and grandmother of 3.
Nurse Tracy K. is an RN who joined our practice in 2007. She is the proud mother of Brooke, Hunter, and Tyler.
Nurse Liz C. is an RN who joined us in 2009. She is a graduate of St. Pete College. She is a happy, outgoing person and the proud mother to Sarah and Evan.
Nurse Julie S. is an LPN who attended The Galen College of Nursing. She joined Dr. Lori in 2009. She is the proud mother of Sierra and Seth and working toward becoming an RN.
Nurse Jen L. joined us in 2012. She earned her LPN from Pinellas Technical Institute. She is the energetic and proud mother of Jase.
Dr. Lori does not employ physician assistants or nurse practitioners. Pediatricians complete four years of college, then four years of medical school, and then three years of an accredited pediatric residency program. Dr. Lori believes that every child deserves the benefit of the training and experience that only an examination by a board certified pediatrician can provide.