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Published on August 06, 2013

MedCenters Add Primary Care Providers

Cone Health MedCenter High Point and Cone Health MedCenter Kernersville have added primary care providers.

“If you look at the future of healthcare, you will see that primary care physicians will be at the center. They will help you manage the majority of your healthcare,” says Cone Health MedCenters Director Deno Adkins. “We are fortunate to have an exceptional team of providers to bring high-quality healthcare to the High Point and Kernersville communities.”

Dr. Robyn Zanard comes to MedCenter High Point after more than eight years at High Point Primary Care. She is board certified in family medicine.

Dr. Robyn ZanardZanard received her medical degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill after completing an undergraduate degree in psychology and history at Duke University, and a graduate degree in biology and chemistry at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. She completed her residency through the Cone Health Family Medicine Residency Program. Zanard has professional interests in type 2 diabetes, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, obesity and attention deficit disorder.

Cone Health Primary Care at MedCenter Kernersville has added Drs. Thomas Thekkekandam and Sean B. Hommel, and physician assistant Jade Breeback. 

Thekkekandam graduated with highest honors from Ross University School of Medicine in the West Indies. He earned his undergraduate degree in Dr. Thomas Thekkekandambiochemistry at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. Thekkekandam completed his residency in family medicine at Cone Health and a sports medicine fellowship through the Cone Health Sports Medicine Center. His professional interests include non-surgical adult and pediatric orthopedics and sports medicine, orthotics and gait analysis, and concussion management. Thekkekandam will practice both family medicine and sports medicine.

Hommel graduated from Edward Via Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine in Blacksburg, Va., after receiving his undergraduate degree in Dr. Sean Hommelchemical engineering from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. He completed his residency at Wake Forest Family and Community Medicine in Winston-Salem.

A member of the North Carolina and American Academies of Family Physicians, Hommel has professional interests in preventive medicine, women’s health, pediatrics and rural medicine.

Jade Breeback is a certified physician assistant. She graduated from Emmanuel College in Franklin Springs, Ga., with a Bachelor of Science degree in biology. She completed her medical training at Wake Forest University. 

Cone Health Primary Care at MedCenter High Point can be reached at (336) 889-9933 and Cone Health Primary Care at MedCenter Kernersville can be reached at (336) 992-1770.

For more information on providers and the services at Cone Health MedCenters, visit medcenterhighpoint.com and medcenterkernersville.com.

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