Dr. Paul Parker has been in practice for 20 years. He received his medical training at Tulane University and McGill University Faculty of Medicine. He earned his Master's of Public Health at the Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine.
Dr. Parker completed his Pediatric Residency and Chief Resident year at the Medical Center Hospital of Vermont. He subsequently worked in Morrisville, VT and at University Pediatrics, UVMMC for a number of years. Dr. Parker was medical director at Woodside Juvenile Rehabilitation Center for ten years and is Assistant Clinical Professor with the University of Vermont, Department of Pediatrics.
When he is not working, Dr. Parker enjoys tele-skiing, basketball, playing piano and fiddle, gardening, making maple syrup for friends and family, and shoveling snow from the parking lot early in the morning. He and Heather have five children all of whom are grown and gone, and three grandchildren who now live in Alaska!
He works on Monday and Wednesday afternoons and all day on Tuesdays and Thursdays. He is on call some Saturdays and most Sundays.
Dr. Alyssa works on Fridays and takes call on some Saturdays. She graduated from the University of Vermont College of Medicine in 2008. She specializes in Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine and is on the Medical Staff at the University Of Vermont Medical Center.
Nelly attended medical school at the University of Virginia and completed her residency in Pediatrics at New York Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center after an intern year at Johns Hopkins Hospital.
While her husband was finishing his medical training, she worked in pediatric clinics in the Bronx and in Houston before moving to Shelburne with her husband and three children.
She loves living in Vermont and raising her children here. Nelly has been at Richmond Pediatrics since 2016 and works on Mondays, Wednesdays and some weekends.
Haley has worked at Richmond Pediatrics as a nurse since 2010, shortly after her graduation from the University of Vermont. She loves nothing more then seeing her long-time patients here and witnessing how much they grow and change over time. She specializes in vaccination spacing/scheduling, as well as general infant care during the first year of life.
Her lifelong passion for maternal-newborn health has also led her to her other career as a doula. She owns her own doula business, Island Doula, LLC, where she focuses on supporting families during the entire perinatal period. To learn more about her and her business, you can visit https://www.islanddoulavt.com/. Haley is also the Coordinator of the new Volunteer Labor Doula Program at the University of Vermont Medical Center.
Haley grew up in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom and now resides in Grand Isle, VT with her husband, Dustin, and two children, Bryson (2015) and Tenley (2017). For self-care she enjoys listening to audiobooks, camping with her family, traveling to the beach, eating ice cream, and practicing photography.
Haley currently works at Richmond Pediatrics on Wednesdays, as well as occasional additional days.
Carina is an RN who works two days per week with us and also works at UVMMC in infant and pediatric care.
Cindy is an RN with experience working in inpatient pediatric care, home health and school nursing. She works two days per week.
Diane is our receptionist on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays.
Ellen is our receptionist on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Heather takes care of all of our accounting needs and processes insurance claims.
Sadie built and maintains this site. She's currently traveling and working as a freelance software developer. In her free time, she works on digital art projects, thinks about music and making music, mentors beginning programmers, and watches lots of movies.