I have been very fortunate to have Barbara Dill and Dawn McMaster as coworkers for over nineteen years. We have grown and transitioned together over many changes in the health care system. We have worked well together to provide what I feel is the best, unified, healthcare team around.
Dawn McMaster has been Nurse and Office Manager with the practice of Jami Dulaney, MD since the inception. She is dedicated to providing the highest quality of nursing care for our patients. Her organizational skills keep us all on track, with timely communication and attention to every detail.
Dawn treats patients like family and prides herself in getting to know not just the medical needs of patients, but their social support needs as well. You will feel right at home speaking with Dawn.
She is the proud grandmother of three and an avid gardener. There is no job too big or small for her to tackle. She and her husband enjoy spending time taking care of their farm where they raise a variety of vegetables. She gets plenty of exercise, training her horse, Ben, and doing agility training with their Australian Shepherds, Poncho and Chloe.
Barbara Dill is the first smiling face you will see and the first voice you will hear in our practice. Barbara has been with the practice of Jami Dulaney, MD since the beginning. Patients comment regularly that her friendly voice is calming in times of their health concerns. She is steady even in times of stress and there is no problem she is not willing to tackle. Barbara is in charge of all things scheduling, billing and insurance. She will work with you to assure prompt care and is happy to assist you in navigating through those sometime confusing insurance questions.
Barbara is the proud grandmother of four. She is an animal lover, as can be seen from the pictures of her companion dachshund, Oscar. She and her husband love traveling to their home state Maine to spend time with family on the lake.
Addie Dulaney Majnaric is our newly added Registered Dietitian Nutritionist. Addie graduated with honors from West Virginia University, with a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology, a Bachelor of Science in Human Nutrition & Foods, as well as a minor in Strength & Conditioning.
While at WVU, Addie was a Division I athlete on the Women’s Varsity Rowing Team. During her undergraduate education she gained experience as a worksite wellness intern at the NIOSH/CDC, as well as interning with the WVU Strength & Conditioning staff and Sports Dietitian. After graduation, Addie matched with the Sage Colleges Dietetic Internship, and has spent the past year completing supervised practice rotations in different facets of nutrition care. After passing her certification exam, she became licensed to practice dietetics in Florida and Georgia.
Addie, being the daughter of Dr. Dulaney, grew up around the office at 2495 Caring Way in Port Charlotte, FL. From a young age Addie knew that she wanted to help people, just as she had seen her mother do her entire life. After examining different avenues of healthcare, Addie became drawn to nutrition when her family transitioned to a plant based diet, shortly after her grandmother, known by most as Noonie, was diagnosed with lymphoma. She was able to see firsthand how important nutrition was in disease reversal and how it also can help others prevent common lifestyle diseases. As a Division I athlete, Addie also saw a change in her personal health when she transitioned completely to a plant based diet. The choice was clear; dietetics & wellness was her destiny!
Addie currently resides in Atlanta, GA with her husband, Nathan, her best friend and rescue German Shepherd named Kimba, and their senior rescue cat, Bimba. When she is not out running the hills of Atlanta with Kimba, she enjoys testing and creating plant based recipes, and writing for her blog. Addie cannot wait to become your best foodie friend and help you achieve your health & wellness goals with plant based nutrition and physical fitness!