Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, UNC Department of Medicine, Division of Endocrinology (2005-2011)
Endocrinology & Metabolism at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2004-2005) and University of Cincinnati. Cincinnati, Ohio (2002-2004)
Internal Medicine, University of Cincinnati. Cincinnati, Ohio (1999-2002)
Beth-Israel Hospital-Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA (1995-1997) and University of Cincinnati, School of Medicine, Cincinnati, OH (1997-1999)
Seoul National University Medical School, Seoul, South Korea (1990-1994)
Rachel was born in North Carolina and has spent the majority of her student and professional career across the state. As a Type 1 diabetic, Rachel has the unique perspective and understanding which fuels her passion to care for patients. She has always been driven by her childhood Endocrinologist, who even from an early age challenged her by asking, “What do you want to do that you are not able to do?” - This changed her perception of a terrible chronic disease to something that she can manage, and still live her life without the disease controlling it. As with her own health and life, she strives to see her patients live their life as uninhibited as possible from their medical conditions. Rachel enjoys being part of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, North Carolina Academy of Physician Assistants and Triangle Area Physician Assistants. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, daughter, and dog. She also enjoys hobbies such as baking and being active outdoors. Rachel is excited to join the team at Cary Endocrine and Diabetes Center and working together towards the goals the patients and herself set together.
Susan Hyde is a board certified physician assistant with a special interest in thyroid disorders (partially due to her own struggles with thyroid disease) as well as women’s health and diabetes. Susan promised her beloved type 1 diabetic Auntie that she would cure diabetes one day, just for her. Sadly she has not managed to cure diabetes yet, but she spends much of her clinical time trying to find new and better ways for diabetics to pursue happiness and healthfulness. She believes health is a partnership between patient and provider, and her role as a clinician is to not only diagnose and treat, but guide and inspire healthy living as well.
When not in clinic, Susan enjoys aerial silks performance, baking macarons, spending time with her husband, and writing fantasy fiction.
Susan is thrilled to be able to continue Cary Endocrine and Diabetes Center’s legacy of excellent patient care!
Margaret (Meg) Rogers is a certified physician assistant with clinical interests in thyroid disorders, diabetes, female hormonal disorders, as well as preventative health and wellness. Meg earned her physician assistant degree from Campbell University and completed her undergraduate degree at East Carolina University.
Meg believes the collaboration between patient and provider is key. She strives to address the patient's needs every step of the way. Outside of work, Meg enjoys staying active, cooking, traveling, and spending time with her husband and yellow Labrador, Poppy.
She is excited to join the team at Cary Endocrine & Diabetes Center and serve the endocrine population of the triangle area.
Sarah is a board-certified Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner who aims to deliver patient-centered care. She completed her nurse practitioner program from Duke University School of Nursing.
In her free time, she enjoys traveling, spending time with her husband, and volunteering at church.
Sarah is excited to join the team at Cary Endocrine & Diabetes Center and working together with the patients.
Shelley has a BA in Visual and Performing Arts as well as a certification in Early Childhood Education. She became a registered Sonographer in 1994 and has been with CEDC since 2011. Shelley enjoys helping others and volunteering when she can. She lives in Wake Forest and when not working she enjoys spending time with her family at the beach as well as the mountains.
Sheri is a Registered Dietitian and personal trainer specializing in weight loss and disease management. Previously a science teacher, Sheri earned her Masters Degree in Public Health (MPH) and RD credential from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2009. By combining her love of teaching with her passion for healthful living Sheri seeks to help people understand the connection between the foods they eat and their overall health.