C. Cole, D.O. specializes in the study of Gastroenterology. He completed
Internal Medicine Residency and Gastroenterology Fellowship at the University
Medical Center of East Carolina School of Medicine. He was Clinical Instructor
at ECU School of Medicine before entering private practice in 1995. Dr. Cole
graduated Cum Laude from Wake Forest University in 1982, with a BA in Biology.
He earned his medical degree at the University of Health Sciences, Kansas City,
MO in 1989, and completed an internship and residency at ECU Department of Internal
Medicine in 1992. He has also been a Research Investigator in numerous pharmaceutical
trials with Carolina Research.
Jessica Lilley Brown, Adult Nurse Practitioner, has been a life-long resident
of Eastern North Carolina. Jessica graduated Cum Laude from East Carolina University
School of Nursing, with her Bachelor's degree in 2004. She has worked as
a Registered Nurse in cardiac, emergency, and gastroenterology patient care settings.
She returned to East Carolina University and received her Master's degree in
Nursing, with a concentration in adult patient care. Mrs. Brown specializes
in providing evaluation for colon cancer screening, acid reflux disease, and
other gastrointestinal problems.