The
Care Team

Thoughtful Caregivers

The InfaMedics team is composed of neonatologists, neonatal hospitalists, neonatal nurse practitioners, and neonatal physician assistants from a variety of diverse education and medical practice backgrounds. Our experience and range of skill sets allow us to offer expert, fully comprehensive infant care.

Neonatologists

As doctors who specialize in the care of newborn children, neonatologists are trained to have the skills to handle the most complex and high-risk situations for newborns.

Steven B. Spedale

MD, FAAP

Cynthia A. Voelker

MD, FAAP

Kimberly M. Stewart

MD, FAAP

Henry S. "Kip" Smith IV

MD, FAAP

Donald F. Meyn Jr.

MD, FAAP

Danielle E. Thompson

MD, FAAP

Komalpreet K. Brar

MD, FAAP

Stephanie S. Turner

MD, FAAP

Rebecca S. Walsh

MD

Daniel Lyons

MD PhD

Neonatal Nurse Practitioners

Neonatal Nurse Practioners are Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRNs) with the training and skills to treat severely sick newborns.

Amanda L. Searle

APRN, NNP

Penny W. Blanchard

APRN, NNP

Lee G. Brown

APRN, NNP

Amber B. Verdun

APRN, NNP

Michele R. Thibodeaux

APRN, NNP

Kathrine R. McGehee

APRN, NNP

Emma L. Hodgkins

APRN, NNP

Catherine M. Marcus

APRN, NNP

George J Rome III

APRN, NNP

Patricia McRae

APRN, NNP

Ngoc T. Huynh

APRN, NNP

LaVonna Parham

APRN, NNP

Jason Puente

APRN, NNP

Catelyn Myers

APRN, NNP

Neonatal Physician Assistants

Neonatal Physician Assistants are specifically trained to treat severely sick newborns.

Claire Roethele

PA-C

Amanda Wolsefer

PA-C

Continuing Education

Each member of the InfaMedics care team is committed to continuing their education. We never stop learning so we can provide the most innovative neonatal care to our patients.

National Research

Our team is involved in national neonatal research projects, taking a firsthand approach to making breakthroughs in the general understanding and approach to neonatal care.