Dr. Robert W. Hodge, Medical DirectorRobert W. Hodge, MD is a practicing Family Medical Physician in Pewee Valley, KY. Dr. Hodge graduated from University of Louisville School of Medicine in 1975, and has been in practice for more than forty years. He completed his Internship/Residency at Spartanburg Regional Hospital in 1978. He practices at Norton Community Medical Associates and is affiliated with Norton Hospital. Dr. Hodge specializes in Primary Care & Family Medicine. He also serves our geriatric population and is currently the Medical Director of Friendship Health and Rehabilitation. Dr. Hodge is recognized with multiple awards including the Patient Choice Award 2014-2015, Compassionate Doctor Award 2010,2012 & 2014, and Bridges to Excellence Award 2014-2016.
Dr. Richa Gupta, Geriatric MedicineDr. Gupta is Board Certified in the field of Family and Geriatric Medicine. She is very compassionate about her patients and takes time to listen to their concerns, answer their questions and educate them as they go through diagnostic and treatment process. She has her focus entirely on providing quality care to her patients in the most cost effective manner. She was given Kenneth E. Holtzapple award for Excellence in Humanistic Medicine.
Dr. Rodney D. McMillin, Wound CareDr. McMillin is a Board Certified Surgeon who now specializes in wound care. Dr. McMillin was born & raised in Louisville, Kentucky. He graduated from the University of Kentucky School of Medicine in Lexington, Kentucky where he then served his surgical internship and residency at the University of Kentucky Medical Center. He has been a fellow of the American College of Surgeons since 1985. His practice includes General Surgery and Endoscopy. His practice now is focused on wound care. Dr. McMillin’s special interest is singing. He has performed with several choral groups in the area. He has 4 children, 2 step children and 2 grandchildren.
Dr. Adrian J. Pellegrini, Psychiatric Medical DirectorDr. Pellegrini has experience in numerous local nursing facilities and attended the University of Kentucky as an undergraduate. He went on to attend the University of Louisville which is in his home town, then finished his residency in Pittsburgh at the Western Psychiatric Institute & Clinics where he became board certified in psychiatry. Dr. Pellegrini was fortunate enough to be at the University of Kentucky when they won the championship in basketball in 1978 and at the University of Louisville when they won the championship in 1980. Current hobbies include anything related to Italy and Italian food in particular.