Dr. David A. Croland
Dr. David Croland is an Osteopathic Physician who has practiced medicine in the Carolinas since 1992. He earned his medical degree at Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed his residency training at the E.W. Sparrow Hospital Michigan State University Family Medicine Residency Program.
Dr. Croland is board certified in Family Medicine by the American Board of Family Medicine and he is also certified by the American Board of Obesity Medicine.
What is a Bariatrician?
A bariatrician is a licensed physician who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of overweight, obesity and other weight-related conditions.
What Makes a Bariatrician Different from other Physicians?
Any physician can diagnose obesity and prescribe a basic weight loss plan, but a bariatrician has studied the diagnosis and treatment of overweight and obesity extensively. A bariatrician has the skills, techniques and knowledge necessary to tailor a weight management program to the needs of each individual patient. This means that, when working with a bariatrician, patients have an increased chance of success with their programs.
To receive certification as a bariatrician, a physician must be a member of the American Society of Bariatric Physicians (ASBP) and have received special training in the medical treatment of overweight, obesity and related conditions.
Bariatricians help their patients lose weight and keep it off with a comprehensive program of diet and nutrition, exercise, lifestyle changes and, when appropriate, weight loss medications.
Angela Kellermeyer, PA-C
Angie completed her Physician Assistant Studies at The University of Toledo College of Medicine and received a Masters of Science in Biomedical Science. Her undergraduate degree was in Health Communication from the University of Findlay. Prior to becoming a PA, Angie taught high school biology and enjoys patient education and promoting health and fitness. She is currently licensed in North Carolina and nationally board certified through the NCCPA.
Jean Marie De Barros, PA-C
Jean Marie completed her Physician Assistant Studies at Barry University School of Graduate Medical Sciences in Miami and received a Master of Clinical Medical Sciences. At the University of South Carolina, she completed her undergraduate degree in Biology. Jean Marie has been practicing as a PA since 2006 and is focused on providing excellent clinical care to patients. She is currently licensed in North Carolina and is board certified as a PA through the NCCPA.