Dr. Gordon was born in California and raised in Louisiana in a military family. She attended Louisiana State University, where she graduated with a Bachelor’s in Science. Geaux Tigers! She received her medical degree from Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta, GA before moving to northern VA to complete her pediatric residency training at Inova Children’s Hospital.
Since completing her pediatric training, Dr. Gordon has been providing pediatric care in Hopewell and Colonial Heights for nearly 6 years. She enjoys seeing patients of all ages and values the trust that she builds with her patients and parents. She believes in listening to her patients, which helps her provide great patient care.
She lives in Chesterfield with her husband, Julian, and chocolate lab, Coco! She enjoys fishing, snowboarding, DIY projects around the house, hiking, and reading.
Dr. “Ted” Henderson was raised in Lexington, VA, where he also completed his undergraduate degree at the Virginia Military Institute in 2005, graduating with honors in Biology and Chemistry.
After marrying Rachel, his high school sweetheart, Dr. Henderson completed two years of research at UVA in Pediatric Pulmonology. He then completed medical school at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2011 and completed his Pediatric Residency at VCU/MCV in 2014.
Dr. Henderson has always enjoyed serving the Christian community, and after completing Residency, he spent one year in Papua New Guinea, serving as a medical missionary at Kudjip Nazarene Hospital. Rachel, an Autism teacher in Henrico County, served as a teacher of missionary children during their year of service. To read more of their adventures, please visit their Blog here.
Dr. and Mrs. Henderson are happily settled in Bon Air with their daughter Pennie and son Solomon, and they continue to enjoy serving with their church family at West End Assembly of God (WEAG). In addition to ongoing short term medical missions (most recently to Haiti), and regularly volunteering with Crossover Healthcare (free clinic in RVA), Dr. Henderson’s special interests include “F3” early morning workouts, landscaping, fly fishing, soccer, tennis, hunting, and hiking/climbing.
Dr. Henderson enjoys all aspects of pediatrics from newborns to college age, and has a special interest in using holistic osteopathic philosophy and preventive education in evaluating and treating his patients. He is accepting new patients for routine physicals and sick visits.
Kendra was born and raised in the small town of Woolwine, Virginia and attended Patrick County High School. She attended Liberty University where she graduated summa cum laude with her Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Sciences and Minor in Psychology. While pursuing her Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies at Shenandoah University, Kendra completed several of her clinical rotations right here at Pediatric and Adolescent Health Partners before graduating in 2019. When not working at PAHP, you can find Kendra working at a nonprofit pregnancy center that provides care to pregnant women in need and serving in her church’s nursery. Kendra values listening to and caring for the needs of the entire family and her special interests include mental health and ENT. In her spare time, she loves taking long walks with her husband Brian and labradoodle puppy Lucy, playing volleyball, exploring local parks, and trying all the good food Richmond has to offer.
Dr. Abernathy was raised in Houston Texas and is a true Texan at heart. After a short period in New Orleans, LA, he went to the Virginia Military Institute where he graduated as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army.
Dr. Abernathy attended the Medical College of Virginia and after receiving his medical degree, he continued there as a Pediatric Intern and then Resident.
After residency, he completed an Adolescent Medicine Fellowship and initially worked in the Adolescent Clinic at the Medical College of Virginia. Missing the infants and children, Dr. Abernathy started private practice in Richmond Virginia with a dream and a vision to develop a pediatric practice that could meet all of the needs of his pediatric and adolescent patients.
Dr. Abernathy has three children and currently 8 grandchildren. His early special interests outside of medicine lead him to a commercial pilot’s license and a career in aviation as he developed his medical practice. His hobbies include scuba diving, his grandchildren, and he is currently writing a book about how children grow.
His special interests now are the operation of the office and the growth of the Better Life Center.
Dr. Sylvia Lee was born in Poland but grew up in the Washington, D.C. area. She attended The University of Virginia for her undergraduate education and then settled in Richmond in 1998. She attended the Virginia Commonwealth University -School of Medicine for medical school and her Pediatric residency. She has been practicing pediatrics for over 12 years, both in private practice and providing care to our military’s children at Fort Lee.
Dr. Lee loves pediatrics because of the relationships she can form with patients and families as she helps guide children and their parents through the growth and developmental milestones of childhood and adolescence. She is a devoted advocate for her patients and collaborates with specialty providers to provide integrated care. She enjoys all aspects of pediatrics but is especially passionate about the mental health and preventative care of our children.
Dr. Lee appreciates her time and experience in military medicine but is excited to return to PAHP. When she is not working, Dr. Lee devotes her time to her two sons and now their new Maltese puppy.
Dr. Seliskar is originally from Virginia Beach, Virginia. She completed her undergraduate work at the University of Virginia where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. Dr. Seliskar actually worked on spacecraft designs for IBM / Loral for almost 7 years. Yes, she was a rocket scientist!
Dr. Seliskar received her M.D. from the University of Colorado School of Medicine and completed her internship and residency in Pediatrics at the University of Virginia. She enjoys all areas of pediatrics, but has a special interest in early childhood development (both normal and delayed), autism, and Asperger’s syndrome.
Dr. Seliskar lives in Midlothian with her husband and son. She enjoys being a soccer mom and traveling.
Tracie is a registered nurse and lactation consultant. A graduate from Radford University with a nursing degree in 2001, Tracie has always had a passion for pediatrics. Her career started in a pediatric intensive care unit. During that time, she started a family of her own.
Tracie’s own experience turned her focus and attention to women’s health and lactation and has been working with women and infants ever since. Tracie finds great pleasure in helping women during such a beautiful and vulnerable time. She has been through it all, the good, the bad and the ugly with four children of her own.
Tracie’s focus is helping a mom and baby receive the experience that suits and works for them, while making sure each are as healthy and happy as they can be.
Dr. Blakey was born in Auburn, NY and was raised in large family of 12 children in Massachusetts.
He attended Harvard University for his undergraduate work and after graduation went on the University of Vermont for his medical training. After graduating there, Dr. Blakey made his way South and completed his Pediatric Internship and Residency at the Medical College of Virginia / Virginia Commonwealth University.
Dr. Blakey loves the out of doors and can often be seen riding his bike or running the streets near the James River. Dr. Blakey has 3 children and 7 grandchildren.
His special interests are Complimentary and Integrative Medicine. As does the President of the National Center for Complimentary and Integrative Medicine, Dr. Blakey believes that the benefits of vaccination in preventing illness and death have been repeatedly proven and greatly outweigh the risks. He also has a keen interest in the treatment and prevention of childhood obesity.
Dr. Everett was born in Washington DC and grew up in that area. He attended Washington and Lee University and became a true “Mink.” After graduation he completed his medical training at the Medical College of Virginia / Virginia Commonwealth University.
His Pediatric Internship and Residency was also done at the Medical College of Virginia.
Dr. Everett joined the growing group at Pediatric and Adolescent Health Partners as the fifth member.
Dr. Everett is a “River Man” — he loves to fly fish in any river he can find. He is also an avid canoeist and enjoys all aspects of a lazy day on the Rivanna River.
His special interests in Pediatric Medicine are Asthma and Infectious disease.
Amy Bautista was born and raised in the Hampton Roads area. She attended college at James Madison University, majoring in psychology, minoring in biology, with a concentration in pre-med. Soon after graduating with her BS degree in 2002, she attended Johns Hopkins University to earn her bachelor’s of science in nursing as well. She spent eight years as a hospital floor nurse before starting graduate school at Virginia Commonwealth University. Her nursing experience is quite broad, but heavily concentrated in women and children, as well as post anesthesia recovery and neuroscience ICU. She graduated in December of 2014 and is a certified Family Nurse Practitioner.
Amy lives in the Forest Hill area with her husband Don, toddler twins, Luciana and Michael, a rambunctious hound mix, and a 3-legged cat. Her family loves to be outdoors, and travels back to Virginia Beach to visit family whenever they can.
Amy primarily works at our Bon Air office on Mondays and Wednesdays. She is always accepting new patients and would love to be a positive influence on your child’s preventative and diagnostic healthcare needs.
Sarah (Dunn) Trezza, PA-C, was born and raised in Chesterfield County, Virginia, and graduated from James River High School. She was a State Champion Field Hockey player, and also played basketball and softball for James River High School. Sarah graduated with Honors from VCU with a major in Biology and a minor in Chemistry. She then received her Physicians Assistant Master’s Degree from Shenandoah University.
She met her husband, Andy, as a seventh grader at Robious Middle School, and has supported him as he has served our country as a combat medic in the United States Army, including multiple activations and while serving in Baghdad, Iraq. They have two beautiful girls together.
In her spare time, Sarah enjoys all sports, including rooting for her favorite teams (The Washington Redskins and The Atlanta Braves) as well as listening to music (especially live), hiking, and serving at the Bon Air Christian Church working with the Youth Group and as a Sunday School teacher. She also serves on the Virginia Outdoor Ministries Committee and works as a Director for The Church’s Regional Camp, Craig Springs.
Sarah enjoys all aspects of Pediatrics, but especially loves adolescents, including adolescent mental health, gynecology, and sports medicine. She also loves ADD/ADHD, not to mention taking care of our mothers, including addressing lactation and feeding concerns, as well as any postpartum depression concerns. Sarah is a firm believer in taking care of not only our patients, but our families as well.
Dr. Mulreany was born in Washington DC and was raised in the surrounding Virginia area of DC. She attended the University of Virginia and after graduation went on to her medical training at the Medical College of Virginia / Virginia Commonwealth University.
Like her partners, she completed her Pediatric Internship and Residency at the Medical College of Virginia.
Dr. Mulreany has three children. Besides her family, her hobbies include walking, reading and vacation.
Her special Pediatric Medical interests are mental health, and promoting children’s abilities and help with their disabilities.
Retired in 2016 and is now enjoying more free time and enjoying her family.
Dr. Mason was born in Princeton, WV and raised in Tazewell, VA. He received his B.S. from the University of Virginia’s College at Wise and his M.D. from the University of Virginia. After graduating there, he completed his Pediatric Internship and Residency at the Medical College of Virginia/Virginia Commonwealth University. He practiced with PAHP for over six years prior to returning in October 2017, after a year practicing in the Lowcountry of South Carolina. He has always found his home to be in Virginia! He is happily married to his better half, Michelle, and a proud father of three fur babies (cats). He enjoys exercise, sports, and cooking. His special interests are emergency care, adolescent pediatrics, sports nutrition, and mental health.
Dr. Kellett retired in 2012 and is now an environmental naturalist.
Dr. Gewanter retired in December of 2015 after many years of an active practice of Pediatric Rheumatology. He will be missed by PAHP and his patients. He is now pursuing a career in advancing the Medical Home Concept and the inclusion in this advancing health care concept more services and organizations than just medical offices.
Dr. Garrity was born and raised in Rochester, New York.
She completed her undergraduate work at Bucknell University in Lewisburg, PA where she graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Biology.
Dr. Garrity received her M.D. from Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, New York and completed her internship and residency in Pediatrics at the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh. Dr. Garrity worked in private practice in Northern Virginia for several years prior to settling down in the Richmond area. Dr. Garrity enjoys working with children of all ages and helping families understand and promote their child’s healthy development.
Dr. Garrity resides in Midlothian with her husband and three teenage children. She enjoys running, travel, and staying involved with her children’s activities.
Dustin Bogan was raised in Warm Springs, Virginia where he attended Bath County High School. He obtained his Bachelor of Science with a major in Biology and a minor in Psychology from Shenandoah University. He then obtained his Master’s degree in Physician Assistant Studies. He has traveled to Myanmar and attended Shenandoah University’s annual mission trip to Nicaragua to provide medical care to underserved populations.
Dustin has been working with children for years prior to beginning a medical career. He began to develop an interest in the pediatric population while working alongside a pediatric occupational therapist in the local school system. He later served as the lead preschool teacher for the three-year-old class in Winchester, Virginia. Dustin discovered Pediatric and Adolescent Health Partners while on clinical rotations as a PA student and fell in love with the opportunity to serve children and their families from early childhood through young adulthood. He hopes to support children and their families with any of their unique needs. He has special interests including early childhood development, pediatric mental health, and allergy and asthma management.
In addition to pediatrics, Dustin’s other passion includes animals. He has a Labrador mix and a Husky mix adopted from a rescue. He also enjoys kayaking, travel, music, the beach, and volunteering with various charity organizations devoted to cancer research, pediatric health, and animal rescue. Dustin lives with his better half, Tiffany who is a physical therapist, and their dogs in Mechanicsville, Virginia.
Katherine, better known as Katie, was born in Richmond, Virginia, and raised in North Chesterfield. She graduated from James River High School, with honors, in 2003.
Katie continued her education after high school at Virginia Commonwealth University where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, and a Master of Science in Nursing with a specialty in Pediatrics. She excelled in the Honors College, minored in Spanish, and graduated magna cum laude. Katie, a certified pediatric nurse practitioner, is certified through the Pediatric Nursing Certification Board. During her school career, Katie visited Spain, studied abroad in Mexico, and helped build houses in Costa Rica.
When Katie is not caring for her patients, she spends time and vacations with friends and family, both locally and all over the world. She enjoys trying new restaurants, eating dinner with friends, cooking on the grill, boating, wake surfing, and attending concerts featuring her favorite country music artists. She loves games, all sorts, but especially if they involve a basketball. She even coached the girl’s basketball team at her church for a few years. Katie continues to spend time with the families she worked with in her earlier years as she developed long lasting strong bonds with them and especially loves playing with their children and teenagers.
Passionate about Pediatrics, Katie tries to make the office a fun experience instead of a scary one. She strives to stay punctual during the day while still giving each patient her undivided attention and superior care. The bottom line, Katie loves children of all ages, whether they are sick or healthy, and wants to help them flourish from birth to college.