Great Doctor's office!  I have recommended many people to this practice.
               - Alison P.

This office has provided the best care we have ever had.  Very thorough and gets to the bottom of all problems very accurately and efficiently.  Awesome!
               - Cameron J.

Our Providers:

robert_mcc.pngRobert McConville, M.D.

Dr. Robert McConville attended Indiana University and Indiana University Medical School.  After serving two years in the U.S. Air Force, he completed his residency at Duke University.  He is past president of the Lee County Medical Society and past Chief of the Medical Staff of Central Carolina Hospital.  He has been inducted into the E. S. Mayer Community Service Honor Society. Dr. McConville is the team physician for the Lee County High School football team.  He also serves as the Medical Director of the Lee County Health Department.  He was named North Carolina Primary Care Physician of the Year in 2001 and was the recipient of the first-ever Sanford Chamber Pride Award in April 2009.  He enjoys all aspects of Family Practice as well as Geriatrics.  He and his wife, Anne, have lived in Sanford since 1981 and have raised four children in this community. 

cox.pngStephen Cox, M.D.

Dr. Stephen Cox attended Hampden Sydney College and the Medical College of Virginia in Richmond.  Dr. Cox completed his Family Medicine Residency at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland.  He worked in the Family Medicine Clinic at Barksdale Air Force Base in Louisiana and ran the Hospital Allergy Clinic while serving on the Headquarters Relocation Team to prepare for nuclear disasters.  After serving seven years in the U.S. Air Force, Dr. Cox moved to Sanford in 1984.  He began practice in the Broadway office where he enjoys working with patients to prevent disease with a special interest in stroke and heart attack prevention.  He and his wife, Patti, have 3 grown children, Lauren, Paul, and Sarah.  Dr. Cox stays active by bicycling and walking the family dogs.

parker_mcc.pngParker McConville, M.D.

Dr. Parker McConville attended Duke University after receiving the Benjamin N. Duke Scholarship, and transferred to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where he completed his Bachelor of Arts.  He received his MD from East Carolina University Brody School of Medicine and began his residency at Duke University Medical Center in the Department of Community and Family Medicine, completing it at The Moses Cone Family Medicine Residency Program in Greensboro.  Dr. McConville joined Sandhills in August of 2007, where he enjoys helping patients maintain a healthy lifestyle and preventing disease.  He lives in Sanford with his wife, Dr. Glynda McConville, an orthodontist, and his children, Carly and Grayson.  Dr. McConville currently competes as an amateur cyclist with team Triangle Velo.

jill_l.pngJill Lambert, M.D.

Dr. Jill Lambert received a Bachelor of Science with Highest Distinction in Biology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.  She received her MD from East Carolina University and did her residency at UNC Chapel Hill in the Department of Family Practice. Dr. Lambert moved to the area in 2006, after practicing family medicine in Winston Salem.  She joined Sandhills Family Practice in January, 2009 and specializes in the management of chronic medical conditions such as hypertension, diabetes, and high cholesterol.  Dr. Lambert and her husband reside in Pittsboro with their three boys.


jessica_b.pngJessica Burgert, M.D.

Dr. Burgert received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, as well as an MD from Tulane University.  She completed her residency at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in the Department of Family Medicine. After her residency, she entered active duty in the U.S. Air Force and was stationed at Langley Air Force Base in VA and then most recently at Pope Air Force Base in Fayetteville, NC.  Dr. Burgert joined Sandhills Family Practice in January, 2009 where she enjoys caring for patients who are motivated to get and stay healthy.  She is married to Dr. Woody Burgert and has two children, Everett and Ruthie.  She enjoys hiking, running, and cooking.


DRWOYDICK.jpgDaniel Woydick, M.D.

Dr. Daniel Woydick attended University of Wisconsin - Steven's Point and the Medical College of Wisconsin before performing his residency at Duke University. Afterwards, Dr. Woydick served four years in the US Army as a clinic director and deployed battalion surgeon out of Grafenwoehr, Germany. Most recently, he served as an outpatient clinician and part-time inpatient teaching faculty at Womack Army Medical Center. Dr. Woydick joined Sandhills Family Practice in November of 2010 eager to assist patients with chronic disease management and is additionally interested in musculoskeletal medicine, wound care, and minor trauma. He resides in Vass with two young dogs and enjoys getting back to his roots with woodwork, hunting and various outdoor pursuits.

june_p.pngMrs. June Peck, F.N.P.

Mrs. June Peck received a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Wheaton College, and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Rush University in Illinois.  After years of medical missionary work in Africa, she returned to North Carolina and received a Master's in Nursing from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.  She is board certified by the AANP.  Ms. Peck volunteers at the Helping Hands Clinic in Sanford and is a member of both the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners and the North Carolina Nurses Association.  Mrs. Peck joined the practice in May, 2008.  She has three adult children and resides in Apex with her husband.

beth_s.pngMrs. Beth Stanfield, F.N.P.

Mrs. Beth Stanfield received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing with Honors from the University of North Carolina, and a Master's in Nursing in the Family Nurse Practitioner Program.  She is board certified by the ANCC.  She has experience in both Family Practice and Internal Medicine, and is a board member of Willing Hands.  Mrs. Stanfield joined the practice in June, 2008. Her clinical interests include women's health, weight reduction, smoking cessation, and managing chronic conditions such as diabetes and high cholesterol.  Mrs. Stanfield resides in Sanford with her husband Kevin and children, Andrew and Claire. She enjoys kayaking, hiking, boating and skiing.

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