ECU Physicians has welcomed seven new physicians to their Family Medicine Center – four who are practicing comprehensive care, and three specializing in sports medicine.
In the area of comprehensive care, Drs. Kelley Haven and Audy Whitman are graduates of the Brody School of Medicine, and both completed residencies with ECU and Vidant Medical Center – Haven in obstetrics and gynecology and Whitman in family medicine.
Dr. Melissa Prado, a graduate of Drexel University College of Medicine in Philadelphia, completed her residency in family medicine at Lancaster General Health in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Dr. Uma Shah earned her medical degree at the American University of the Caribbean in St. Maarten before completing a family medicine residency at ECU and Vidant Medical Center.
From left, Drs. Uma Shah, Kelley Haven, Melissa Prado and Audy Whitman. (Contributed photos)
Haven, who is board-eligible in OB-GYN, is focused on comprehensive women’s care. Her clinical interests include contraception, adolescent health, ultrasound, birth centers and the midwifery model of care, complementary and alternative medicine.
As board-certified physicians in family medicine, Whitman, Prado and Shah are trained to treat patients of all ages and an array of common diseases, including asthma, allergy, heart disease, hypertension, diabetes, depression and anxiety. Their services include immunizations, well-child exams, routine physicals and Medicare wellness exams.
Whitman is especially interested in holistic medicine, obesity, family planning, OB-GYN, office-based procedures and aesthetic medicine.
Prado’s clinical interests include group medical visits, OB-GYN, LGBT care, opiate addiction treatment and office-based procedures, while Shah’s focus is on preventive medicine and patient education.
All four physicians are accepting patients at ECU’s Family Medicine Center, 101 Heart Dr., Greenville. Appointments are available by calling 252-744-4611.
Three new physicians have joined Dr. Justin Lee in the Family Medicine Center’s Sports Medicine Clinic.
Dr. Megan Ferderber comes to ECU from Pennsylvania State College of Medicine. She completed a family medicine residency and sports medicine fellowship at the University of Pittsburg Medical Center. Her clinical interests include concussion management and preventive medicine.
From left, Drs. Megan Ferderber, Justin Lee, Evan Lutz and Christopher Urbanek.
Dr. Evan Lutz is a graduate of the Brody School of Medicine who completed his family medicine residency and sports medicine fellowship at ECU and Vidant Medical Center. He has special interest in acute and overuse injuries in athletes, custom orthotics and ultrasound-guided injections.
Dr. Christoper Urbanek earned his osteopathic medical degree from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine before fulfilling a family medicine residency and sports medicine fellowship at University of Pittsburg Medical Center. Diagnostic and interventional ultrasonography and regenerative medicine are among his clinical interests.
As board-certified physicians in the field of sports medicine, Ferderber, Lutz and Urbanek are trained to meet the specialized performance needs of athletes, treat knee and shoulder injuries, tendonitis, stress fractures, concussions and low-back pain. Additionally, all are qualified to help patients who have illnesses such as asthma, arthritis, hypertension or diabetes meet their health and fitness goals.
The ECU Physicians sports medicine team also offers counseling on injury prevention, nutrition and supplements, increasing physical activity and improving fitness.
The sports medicine team is accepting patients at ECU’s Family Medicine Center, 101 Heart Dr., Greenville. Appointments are available by calling 252-744-4611.
Contact: Amy A. Ellis, Director of ECU Health Sciences Communication, email@example.com