The Physicians of Pawleys Pediatrics & Adult Medicine

Dr. Larry W. Kelly

Duke University 1988
Duke University School of Medicine 1993
Residency: Duke University 1993 – 1997
Board certified in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics
Tidelands Health partner, serving at Georgetown Memorial and Waccamaw Community hospitals

Dr. Kelly joined our team in 1994.

He and his wife, Meg, have 4 children:  Mary Katherine, Sarah Louise, Wade, and Hampton.

Active member of Pawleys Island Community Church; travels at least once yearly for medical missions in Guatemala.

Fun Facts: Dr. Kelly is an avid Duke Blue Devils fan and enjoys boating, gardening, and spending time with his family.

Dr. Scott A. Nicol

Transylvania University 1991, Bachelor of Arts
University of Louisville College of Medicine 1991 to 1995
Residency: University of Alabama
Board certified in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics
Tidelands Health partner, serving at Georgetown Memorial and Waccamaw Community hospitals

Dr. Nicol joined our team in 1999.

He finds establishing long-term, meaningful relationships with his patients a rewarding part of being a physician.

Fun Facts: Dr. Nicol enjoys sports, traveling and spending time with his family.

Dr. David K. Haseltine

Honors in Molecular Biology and English Literature at Vanderbilt;

Med School, Internship, and Residency:  University of Tennessee

Board certified in Internal Medicine

Serves on several advisory boards for national healthcare software vendors including eClinicalworks, Meditech, and Hyland Software

Tidelands Health partner, serving at Georgetown Memorial and Waccamaw Community hospitals

Chief Medical Informatics Officer for Tidelands Health

Dr. Haseltine joined our team in 2004.

He decided he wanted to be a physician while volunteering to rebuild homes for low income families in high school; this showed him the importance of serving others. After this experience, he started searching for a career that would combine the opportunity to serve others with his love of science.

What he enjoys most about being a physician is the opportunity to have a positive impact in patient’s lives through their best and worst times. “I witness the joy of their first born child to the despair of a cancer diagnosis. I help celebrate the good times and ease the suffering of the bad.”

Fun Facts: Dr. Haseltine enjoys inline skating in his free time, and advising Tidelands on implementation of new technology to better improve healthcare. He has presented twice at national conferences on how Pawleys Pediatrics and Adult Medicine developed and implemented a new chronic care management program to better care for our patients.

Dr. Julia M. Wren

Georgetown University 1999

Medical College of Wisconsin 2004

Residency: Medical College of Wisconsin 2004 – 2009

Bob Herzog Memorial Scholar award

Board certified in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics

Tidelands Health partner, serving at Georgetown Memorial and Waccamaw Community hospitals

Dr. Wren joined our team in 2010.

She served a year as a faculty instructor and Chief Resident of the Internal Medicine and Pediatric program at the College of Wisconsin prior to relocating to Pawleys Island.

She was a member of the Department of Pediatrics Residency Evaluation Committee and the Department of Medicine Residency Curriculum Committee.

Fun Facts: Dr. Wren enjoys spending time with her feline children (too many to name). She also enjoys traveling and, most importantly, her favorite food is chocolate!

Dr. Mary Beth Ross

West Virginia University 2003, Biology

Marshall University School of Medicine 2007

Residency: West Virginia University 2007 – 2011

Board certified in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics

Tidelands Health partner, serving at Georgetown Memorial and Waccamaw Community hospitals

Dr. Ross joined our team in 2011.

Fun Fact:  Dr. Ross is a twin.

Dr. Mary S. Baker

University of St Thomas 2003, Health Sciences

Ross University School of Medicine 2010

Residency: University of Illinois Peoria 2010 – 2014

Former co-president of Doctors for Outreach and Community Service during residency

Board certified in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics

Tidelands Health partner, serving at Georgetown Memorial and Waccamaw Community hospitals

Dr. Baker joined our team in 2014.

One of the things she enjoys most about being a physician is seeing babies grow up healthy and happy. From a young age, Dr. Baker knew she wanted to be a physician and chose to specialize in both internal medicine and pediatrics because there are no limits.

Fun Facts: Dr. Baker moved to Pawleys Island in 2014 for the warmth and to explore new adventures. She enjoys going to the beach, running, and playing with her kids. She used to volunteer at Smith Clinic and hopes to someday return.

Dr. Lena A. Sandifer

Wofford College 2006, Biology, Emphasis in Computational Science: USC School of Medicine 2010
Internship and Residency: University of Louisville 2010 – 2014

Board certified in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics; South Carolina Palmetto Scholar; Wofford Scholar

Tidelands Health partner, serving at Georgetown Memorial and Waccamaw Community hospitals

Dr. Sandifer joined our team in 2014.

Fun Facts: Dr. Sandifer enjoys gardening, cooking, road trips, running, and reading fiction novels.