KidzCare Pediatrics PC – Georgia
189 Bo James Street
Clayton, GA 30525
Tel: 706-782-PEDS (7337)
Pediatrician in Georgia NC
Brittany Arnett grew up in rural Carlinville, Illinois surrounded by corn , soybeans, and woodland. She earned an athletic scholarship to Belmont University and played 4 years of Division I volleyball, leading two sports mission trips overseas to Zhitomer, Ukraine and Rio de Janero, Brazil during that time. After graduating with a major in Pre-Medical Biology and a minor in Chemistry , she met her husband and moved to Fort Lauderdale, FL. She subsequently attended Physician Assistant school at NOVA Southeastern University, graduating in 2011. After training in Pediatrics in South Carolina, the couple moved to Clayton, GA, bought a home, volunteered in the community, and ‘put down roots’. Brittany has since provided detailed, compassionate medical care to patients of all ages, but has always felt a calling to the Pediatric population. She loves the Georgia mountains and small town living, and enjoys spending time outside with her husband and toddler twins Luke and Lucy. Any remaining free time is spent with her Clayton Baptist church family, reading, and gardening in her flowerbeds. She can also regularly be found walking and running down some of Clayton’s main streets. Brittany is excited to join the Kidzcare Pediatrics team in opening a new office in Clayton in June of 2017.
Sheryl Gravelle-Camelo, MD, FAAP
Sheryl Gravelle-Camelo graduated from Brody School of Medicine, East Carolina University, after obtaining a Master's in biology from ECU and undergraduate degrees from Lenoir Rhyne College, Hickory NC. She completed her pediatric residency at University of Rochester School of Medicine/ Strong Memorial in Rochester NY. She is board certified in pediatrics and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
She has practiced for over 20 years, 19 of them in Macon County. Dr. Sheryl enjoys the long term relationships with patients and parents she can foster and looks forward to continuing this and growing with more patients while a part of KidzCare Pediatrics. She lives with her husband and two children in Franklin.
Marrissa Pelletier, MD
Marrissa Pelletier Graduated from State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY. She is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics and a member of the American Medical Association.
She has been practicing for 5 years and has a special interest in newborn care, adolescents, well child visits and counseling and is fluent in Spanish. She and her husband reside in Franklin, NC with their 5 children.
Jennifer Brown, MD
Dr. Jennifer Brown graduated from the University of Kentucky College of Medicine, and completed her pediatric residency at NC Baptist Hospital in Winston-Salem (Bowman Gray School of Medicine). She began her pediatric career in Fort Pierce, FL. She later moved to Franklin, NC, where in the midst of practicing general pediatrics and raising her own family, she began advocating for abused and neglected children.
Dr. Brown was privileged to help start Kids Place; Macon County’s Child Advocacy Center in 1991. She also became a regional trainer for the NC Child Medical Evaluation Program and served on the NC Pediatric Society Committee on Child Abuse and Neglect. She has taught on the subjects of abuse and neglect locally, state-wide, and internationally. (Presenting at conferences in Seoul, Korea and Skopje, Macedonia).
She is a published author of a children’s book called “Hooray! It’s a Duck Day” as well as articles on subjects such as child abuse, ADHD, and miscarriage. The last several years she worked in the public health system on the East Coast of North Carolina. She returned to Western NC in the spring of 2017 and joined Kidzcare Pediatrics as a board-certified general pediatrician last fall. In her free time she enjoys writing, art, gardening, and spending time with her four children and grandson.