Dr. Hartman has been in North Carolina since 1982. He spent most of his time growing up in Garner, a small town outside of Raleigh. After graduating from North Carolina State University he moved to Winston-Salem to attend medical school at Wake Forest University, where he also completed his Internal Medicine and Allergy-Immunology training. While at Wake Forest, Dr. Hartman had the privilege of serving as Chief Resident and later as Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine.
“As both an allergy sufferer and parent of children with allergies, I know how important it is to understand and feel comfortable with your doctor. My hope is to partner with my patients and their families, helping them understand and manage their allergic conditions.”
When not at work Dr. Hartman enjoys time with his wife, son and daughter.
“As a family we love basketball, anything outdoors and trips to North Carolina’s beaches.”
After moving to Winston-Salem in 1999 for her Allergy and Immunology fellowship at Wake Forest, Dr. Hoffmann and her husband fell in love with the area, culture and people here. She has been practicing in the area now for over 20 years.
“My interest in allergy and immunology stems not only from a fascination with the immune system, but also because I have allergies myself. In fact, one of my daughters suffers from food and nasal allergies in addition to asthma. So as a parent, I have had first-hand experience coping with these diseases.”
Dr. Hoffmann enjoys seeing patients of all ages, and her special areas of interest include environmental nasal allergies, asthma, and food allergies.
“I have found that appropriate treatment of allergic disease can dramatically improve quality of life.”
When not working, she enjoys spending time with her husband, two daughters, three cats and four dogs.
Originally from South Carolina, Dr. McPherson and her husband moved to Winston-Salem in 2001 where they now live with their two children.
“We love the beauty, climate and cultural diversity in North Carolina. My passion lies in treating kids and adults with asthma, but I truly enjoy treating all allergic conditions. I strongly believe that education is the key to better health.”
Dr. McPherson works hard to empower her patients and their families with knowledge about their conditions and treatment options that deliver positive results. When not working, she enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, and singing in a Praise Band at my church.
Dr. Nastasi is a native of Baton Rouge Louisiana. He is married to Merle and a father to Cole, Anna, and John.
He graduated from LSU School of Medicine in 1991. While at LSU he was one of two students chosen to participate in the medical school admissions committee. Additionally, he received the Stephen Osofsky award for an outstanding performance in the pediatric acting internship and the prestigious Dean’s award at graduation. He completed a residency at the University of Tennessee in a combined program in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics.
After completing board certifications in both specialties, Dr. Nastasi stayed at the University of Tennessee to complete a fellowship in Allergy and Immunology. He maintains a current board certification. He has been in practice with Allergy Partners of the Piedmont since 1997.
“I see patients of all ages and have a particular interest in rashes, exercise induced asthma and insect allergy.”
Dr. Scannell has lived in North Carolina now for over 20 years and has had the pleasure of seeing and treating children and adults with a multitude of different allergies, asthma and immune problems.
“I feel that communication is of the utmost importance for excellent patient care. I particularly enjoy educating patients and parents about their individual health problems and forming a plan together to improve their symptoms.”
Outside of her practice, Dr. Scannell enjoys spending time with her husband, children, goats and outdoor activities.
Carrie DeLong has been with the practice for almost two years as a physician’s assistant and enjoys working with the physicians, staff and patients at the four office locations. Prior to attending the PA program at Wake Forest, DeLong graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill with a BS in nutrition. She worked as a dietician and personal trainer for several years before starting a family. She has been married for 15 years and has three wonderful children. She enjoys running, all sports and a good book or movie.
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