Our Staff


Debra Ledbetter, R.N.,
Practice Manager

Debra has been a Registered Nurse since 1985. After serving 10 years as the Nurse Manager of Rivertown, she became the Practice Manager in 2007. Her clinical experience includes Cardiology, Critical Care, Urology, Pediatrics and Clinical Management. She currently serves on advisory committees for Vaccines For Children, Georgia Pediatric Practice Managers Association and the Georgia Pediatric Nurses Association.

Debra has put together a team of business and clinical managers that strive to lead our practice in providing the best care possible for your family. If problems arise that you need assistance with, feel free to contact any member of our management team. 

Clinical Staff

We have created an atmosphere that is fun and exciting. Our clinical staff is comprised of Pediatric Licensed Practical Nurses and Medical Assistants. You will find skilled, personal and professional care as the clinicians assist the doctors in caring for your child. We provide continuing education to ensure our clinical staff is current on recommendations and treatments. We follow the guidelins and recommendations of the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Business Staff

Our business staff is comprised of insurance specialists, schedulers, and receptionists. They are fully trained in their respective areas and will assist you with prompt, accurate and courteous answers to your questions concerning appointments, finances and insurance.


2416 Capstone Court
Columbus, GA 31909

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