Cardiology Providers

Dwayne Callwood, MD

Undergraduate: Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA Medical Degree: Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, VA Internship:  Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ Residency:  Brown University School of Medicine, Providence, RI Fellowship: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC Professional Organizations: Certified by American Board of Cardiology Member

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Kenneth Fath, MD, FACC

I have been a cardiologist at the Kernodle Clinic since 1994.   I practice preventative and diagnostic cardiology with an emphasis on attempting to communicate as well as possible with my patients. I am from northeastern Ohio and trained at The Ohio State University, Duke University Medical Center  and Emory University. I see patients both at […]

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Bruce Kowalski, MD, FACC

Undergraduate Degree: Marshall University Medical Degree: Marshall University School Of Medicine Internal Medicine Residency: Ohio State University Medical Center Cardiology Fellowship: Ohio State University Medical Center Professional Organizations: Certified by American Board of Internal Medicine Certified by American Board of Cardiology Fellow of the American College of Cardiology Member, American College of Physicians

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Alexander Paraschos, MD, PhD, FACC

I have been practicing cardiology at Kernodle Clinic for 25 years.  My special interests include interventional cardiology and pacemaker implantation.  I am also active in clinical research and serve on the Medical Executive Committee at Alamance Regional Medical Center.  I’m originally from Hampton, Virginia, but I consider Burlington my hometown.  I enjoy taking care of […]

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Anna Drane, PA-C, MPAP

I’m a North Carolina transplant from Louisville, KY since 2012. I have several years of experience working in healthcare, starting as a nursing assistant in inpatient and outpatient settings and the emergency department.  I have enjoyed connecting with patients in a multitude of settings and from all walks of life. As a physician assistant, my […]

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Nicole Stephens, PA-C

After spending over two years in North Carolina during physician assistant school, I quickly realized that this is the place I wanted to call home. Originally from Illinois, I worked as an athletic trainer where I enjoyed helping athletes return to full activity. However, I was drawn to the physician assistant profession because of the […]

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Delicia White, APRN, ACNPC-AG

I initially came into the specialty of cardiology when my grandmother was diagnosed with congestive heart failure. I wanted to gain more knowledge on how this disease was managed, so that I could be a great resource for her. In doing so, I found my passion within this specialty of medicine. I enjoy serving patients […]

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