Gary W. Roper, M.D. received his Bachelor of Arts and Doctor of Medicine from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He
completed his residency in Internal Medicine at Mose H. Cone Memorial Hospital in Greensboro, NC. Dr. Roper is Board Certified in Internal
Medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine. He began practicing at Andrews Internal Medicine in September of 1992.
Thomas V. Clayton, M.D. was raised in rural North Florida. He did his undergraduate training at the University of Florida and Florida
State University. After a short time teaching in the public schools of Suwannee County, Florida, Dr. Clayton attended St. George University,
School of Medicine, Grenade, West Indies. Two years were spent in clerkships in Brooklyn NY, at the Methodist Hospital. Dr. Clayton graduated
from the Family Medicine residency program of East Tennessee State University, Johnson City TN, in 1987. He started practicing that same year
in Andrews and remained until 1994. He moved back to Florida and practiced medicine there until relocating back to Andrews NC in 2000, where
he has been practicing since that time. Dr. Clayton joined Andrews Internal Medicine in March, 2006. He is married to Carmen Rosario. They
have four children, Tommy, Michele, Margaret & Mikell. Dr. Clayton attends the Andrews United Methodist Church.
Lisa Sellers, PA-C received her Bachelor of Arts in Zoology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and her Physician
Assistant degree at Bowman Gray Medical School. She began her career with the Sanger Clinic in Charlotte North Carolina doing interventional
Cardiology, then moved to the Mountains of North Carolina to raise her family. She currently works part-time with Andrews Internal Medicine,
where she began working in 1999.
John Tucker, PA-C graduated from University of Central Oklahoma with a B.S. in Biology and graduated from the University of
Oklahoma Health Science College of Medicine, Physician Associate Program. Mr. Tucker then completed a postgraduate course at the
University of Nebraska in Family Medicine. Mr. Tucker has spent 11 years in the U.S. Military serving in Iraq from 2003-2004.
He has lived in the Andrews/Marble Area since 1998. His interest includes Dermatology and Pediatrics. He is married to Kim and has
two daughters, Aimee and Kealey.