Robert Davenport-Ray, MSN, APRN, FNP-BC
- Master of Science in Nursing, Georgia Southern University
- Associate of Science in Nursing, Brunswick College
- Bachelor of Arts in Sociology with Minor in Biology, Berry College
- Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts with Minor in Biology, Reinhardt University
Robert Davenport-Ray began his medical career as a Coronary Care Unit Nurse at SE GA Regional Medical Center in 1993. Since then, he has served as House Supervisor, Education Coordinator, Manager of Resource Management/Social Services/Compliance Dept, and Critical Care Nurse for the Southeast Georgia Health System. In 2002, he collaborated with Dr. Gilberto Martorell as an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse and Family Nurse Practitioner. In 2007, Robert joined with Dr. Carter in purchasing the practice and co-founded Peds & Parents Family Care, LLC. Robert enjoys precepting Nurse Practitioner students and volunteering with Boy Scout Troop 226 of King of Peace Episcopal Church. He has been actively involved in Boy Scout leadership roles for over 20 years. Robert recently was honored with the Silver Beaver Award for his distinguished service and hard work impacting the lives of youth through service to the Boy Scout council. Robert is especially interested in ADHD management, and patients appreciate his thorough explanations and commitment to their wellbeing.
Amir Wind, MD
- University of Florida College of Medicine Jacksonville Residency, Family Medicine, 1994 – 1997
- St. George’s University School of Medicine Class of 1994
- Tulane University B.A. in Sociology/Pre-Med, Graduated in 1987
Dr. Amir Wind, MD, is an American Academy of Family Physicians Board Certified Physician. After residency, he began his career in private practice for 12 years. He then became an Emergency Department Physican and Department Head for another 12 years. He is a second-generation medical doctor, and now his son is in residency for the next generation. Dr. Wind is currently the Medical Director for Camden County Emergency Medical Services and Charlton County EMS. He is a certified scuba diver and is actively involved in environmental protection initiatives. He is fluent in Spanish and Hebrew.
Virginia Knight, MSN, APRN, FNP-C
- Master of Science in Nursing from South University in Savannah, GA.
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Valdosta State University Valdosta, GA.
Virginia Knight began nursing in 1998 at South Georgia Medical Center in Valdosta GA on the Orthopedic Neurology floor. During her time in Valdosta she also worked at the urgent care affiliated with South Georgia Medical Center. For seven years she was employed with the Camden County School system as a school nurse at Sugarmill Elementary. In addition to serving the students she assisted with the AED and CPR training for the teachers and staff in all Camden schools. For the past 15 years she has been a staff nurse and charge nurse in the emergency department of Southeast Georgia Health Systems, Camden Campus. She worked in the emergency department while pursuing her MSN from South University in Savannah Georgia. Virginia is excited to continue serving the people of Camden County and is eager to care for patients at Peds and Parents Family Care.