What’s New?

Your Child’s Mental Health: What to Know

Know that you are not alone if your child is struggling with a mental health condition, or you suspect he or she might be. About 17% of children and adolescents experience some form of mental health condition each year, and half of all lifetime mental illness develops by age 14.  Mental health conditions stem from […]

Walk-In Clinic Now Open 8 am-10 am Monday Through Friday

Cornerstone is happy to announce that we’re reopening our acute care walk-in clinic! Who: Patients with an acute illness like sore throat, fever, cough, earache, pink eye, painful urination, or belly ache. When: Monday to Friday 8 am to 10 am. No appointment is needed! Please note that there is no walk-in clinic on weekends […]

Masks are Required for Sick Visits

A mask worn over the nose and mouth is required if you or your child are visiting our office with symptoms like fever, sore throat, runny nose, cough, vomiting, rash, or recent exposure to an infectious disease. Parents, the sick child, and all children who come with the sick child should wear masks even if they’re not […]

Dr. Ellen Ghodke Joined Our Team in September!

Ellen Ghodke was born and raised in Southern Pines, North Carolina. She completed her undergraduate degree at UNC and then worked as a high school teacher for Teach for America in Oakland, California before starting medical school. She comes to Cornerstone after completing medical school and pediatrics residency at UNC Chapel Hill. She is a […]

Cornerstone Vaccination Policy Update

The doctors at Cornerstone Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine are strong advocates of timely vaccination of all children. Cornerstone policy requires all patients under the age of 2 to be fully vaccinated against vaccine-preventable diseases prior to the patent’s 2nd birthday. Patents who are over 2 years old, and not fully vaccinated, must be fully vaccinated […]

Meet our new pediatrician, Kelly Carney, MD

Dr. Kelly Carney was born in New York and raised in both North Carolina and Rhode Island.  She graduated from Providence College and went to the University of North Carolina School of Medicine where she met her husband, a family physician.  She completed her pediatrics residency at Levine Children’s Hospital in Charlotte, followed by a […]