Meet the Team

Louis Bland, MD, FAAP

Pediatrics

“My philosophy is to enrich the doctor-patient relationship with high standards of care and compassion while working together with patients and their families.”

Steven Brown, MD, FAAP

Pediatrics

“I love to answer the question ‘How many children do I have?’ The answer is simple: I have two of my own amongstĀ the hundreds I have in the practice. I love children and treat all of them as if they were my own!”

Angela Gadsby, MD, FAAP

Pediatrics

“The goal of my Pediatric practice is to provide excellent medical care for each individual patient as they grow and mature into young adults while trying to take into account the context of their families, cultures andĀ belief systems. This is both challenging and immensely rewarding. As well, I am deeply enriched by the group of providers with whom I practice. They have excellent clinical skills and are warm, compassionate and care deeply about their patients.”

Mei-Lin Lu, MD, FAAP

Pediatrics

“As a pediatrician, I see myself as a partner with parents to help their children achieve and maintain good health. My goal is to see every child strive – mind, body and spirit.”

My-Huong “Mimi” Nguyen, MD, FAAP

Pediatrics

“Being able to partner with parents to take care of children is quite a privilege. I love to earn an innocent smile from a baby, hear a story from a child or listen to college students discuss their directions.”

Emily Skoda-Mount, MD, FAAP

Pediatrics

“Helping parents raise healthy, thriving children is a privilege. My practice philosophy is to support all-around health and wellness by providing personalized, compassionate, up-to-date guidance to families.”

Joan MacLeod, CPNP

Nurse Practitioner

“As a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, I have always thought of myself as a nurse first, one who listens, cares and educates. My goal as a practitioner is to help families obtain and maintain optimal health by providing knowledge, support and professional guidance.”

Nancy Mills, CPNP

Nurse Practitioner

“I strive to provide quality health care by thoughtfully and thoroughly addressing the child’s needs and the family’s concerns.”