The Piedmont Health SeniorCare team includes:

  • Physicians

    Our doctors have extensive experience caring for the elderly. They spend more time with their patients and know the right medications and treatments for the illnesses and problems faced by older adults.

  • Family Nurse Practitioners

    Nurses with advance clinical training in primary and specialty medical care and who practice in collaboration with a physician.

  • Nurses

    Our nurses get to know each participant well, allowing them to watch closely for changes in their health.

  • Social Workers

    Provide ongoing help and answers for seniors and their families.

  • Recreational Therapist

    A licensed recreational therapist plans a variety of engaging, fun activities.

  • Nutritionists

    Help plan healthy meal choices for participants.

  • Personal Care Assistants

    Help with personal care needs at home and at the Day Center.

  • Rehabilitative Therapists (including Physical, Occupational, & Speech Therapies)

    Help seniors maintain the highest level of functional ability, as well as maintain optimal safety in the home.

  • Transportation Staff

    Meet the special transportation needs of older adults.

  • Pharmacist

    Healthcare professionals who help ensure safe and appropriate medication use among participants.

Meet the Team Leaders

Marianne Ratcliffe, M.H.A.

Marianne Ratcliffe, M.H.A.

Executive Director

Mrs. Ratcliffe joined Piedmont Health Services, Inc. in November 2006 to head the development of Piedmont Health SeniorCare. Previously, she worked as a program officer for both the Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina Foundation and the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust, where she received the 2004 Hull Leadership Fellowship. She earned her master’s degree in healthcare administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Dr. Sharon Reilly

Dr. Sharon Reilly

Medical Director

Dr. Sharon A. Reilly graduated from the Medical College of Virginia (now called VCU School of Medicine) in 1997. She completed a rural family practice residency in Blackstone, Va., in June 2000 and started her practice that fall. In 2008, she began practicing in a community health center in Charlotte Court House, Va. In 2012 she married a North Carolinian and moved here in 2015 to begin work in Burlington.

Before medical school, Reilly taught high school biology and chemistry for five years. She was inspired to go to medical school by the thoughtful questions that students asked in biology and chemistry class and by the need for a primary care physician in the rural area where she lived in Virginia.

Reilly grew up in Bowie, Md. She earned a bachelor’s degree from George Mason University in biology with a focus on botany.

Reilly became interested in PACE when it was introduced to the rural area of Virginia where she was practicing.

Outside of work, Reilly enjoys cooking, eating, reading about food, traveling, hiking, gardening, cycling and spending time with her husband, Bob McNeill, and other friends.

Jeffry Sumpter, M.H.A., M.S.L.S

Jeffry Sumpter, M.H.A., M.S.L.S

Associate Director of PACE

Jeffrey Sumpter, former Site Director of Pittsboro’s center, was promoted to Associate Director of PACE. Mr. Sumpter has worked for PACE since 2014 when he helped to open the Pittsboro PACE Center and has grown it to serve over 300 participants. His new role entails oversight of operations of both PACE Centers.

Prior to working at Piedmont Health SeniorCare, Mr. Sumpter worked at Carol Woods Retirement Community as the Administrator where he oversaw compliance with federal and state regulations in skilled nursing, assisted living and home care. He also worked as the resource and outreach coordinator at the North Carolina Area Health Education Centers Information and Library System. He received master’s degrees in both healthcare administration and library science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Joseph Stanley-Burlington

Joseph Stanley-Burlington

Burlington Site Director

Joseph Stanley is no stranger to PACE having come from PACE of the Triad in Greensboro. He has a long history of working with PACE programs. In Massachusetts, he oversaw the operations of 2 PACE programs before moving to North Carolina in 2015.

“I have worked at PACE programs in Massachusetts and North Carolina. All programs are filled with experienced, skilled, dedicated health care professionals with the goal of keeping frail elderly participants in the community. I am a big fan of working in partnership with families and care givers to prevent nursing home placement. We all know people thrive more in their home setting. I see this as a Win – Win situation. There is genuine team work within the PACE Interdisciplinary Team, and true collaboration with the Participant and Care Givers. I wish this philosophy of providing health care could be replicated to all populations throughout the country.”

Mr. Stanley is married with two adult sons. He is a lifelong city resident, who is now enjoying a taste of country life with large gardens and raising chickens. Stanley is replacing Crystal Torain, who is moving into a new role as Director of Nursing for Piedmont Health Services, Inc.

Kimothy Riddick

Kimothy Riddick

Pittsboro Site Director

Upon the promotion of Jeff Sumpter, Ms. Kimothy Riddick was hired as the new Site Director for the Pittsboro center. Kimothy has been in healthcare for over 25 years. She has gathered a wide range of experience from working in hospitals, physician practices, business offices, to radiology companies. Immediately prior to joining PACE, she served for three years as Piedmont’s Referral Services Manager, as well as the organization’s Privacy Officer. She is excited for this new chapter of her career, serving as Site Director for PACE Pittsboro She states that she is ready to absorb all that she can. Her favorite quote that she uses often and firmly is “Teamwork Makes the Dreamwork”. She looks forward to teaming up with our families and staff to help our participants stay healthy and safe at home.

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