Get to know us

We believe a community that knows each other, cares for each other. That’s why we posted a little about ourselves below. We want you to know who you’ll be working with.



Hillary Whonder-Genus, MD, FAAP

Medical Director

Education: Albany Medical College, New York
Practice area: Pediatrics

I have a passion for serving those with limited access to health care. Though a New Yorker at heart, I’m enjoying the Southern hospitality and love working in the Roanoke Valley, sharing my love for travel, music, entertaining and good food with friends and family in my work and church community.



Mavis Agyeiwaah, MD

Education: Howard University College of Medicine
Practice area: Family Medicine

I’m from Ghana, Africa. I lived in Yonkers, NY, before coming to Virginia. I enjoy working with the under-served and all age groups. My hobbies include spending time with my family, music and exploring various cultural activities.

Ann Findley, MS, FNP-BC

Education: East Tennessee State University
Practice area: Family Medicine

I moved to Roanoke in 2013. I enjoy spending time with grandchildren and other family and close friends. I serve as council secretary at my church, and volunteer in the nursery and as altar guild member. I enjoy traveling, shopping and cooking.

Jennifer Johnson, MS, PA-C

Education: Mountain State University
Practice area: Family Medicine

A West Virginia native, Roanoke has quickly become my home. I love working in family medicine and having the privilege of caring for all ages. In my free time I enjoy photography and spending time with my family.

Nicole “Nikki” Kemp, MSN, FNP-C

Education: Tennessee State University
Practice area: Family Medicine

My work interests include helping new moms with breastfeeding and the transitions of care, as well as education in health needs and goals.

Colleen Schlenke Pollard, LCSW

Education: Bryn Mawr College
Practice area: Psychotherapy, Social Work

I am originally from Atlanta, GA. I am an avid athlete and outdoors woman. I am married with two sons, a step-son and a step-daughter. My hobbies include traveling, reading and eating dark chocolate.

Sharon Toliver-Hardy, LCSW, CSAC

Education: Radford University
Practice area: Psychotherapy, Social Work

I believe everyone has the ability to change and improve their lives by looking for answers that live within. “Self-pity in its early stage is as snug as a feather mattress. Only when it hardens does it become uncomfortable.” (Maya Angelou)