Dr. Earley describes himself first as a follower of Christ, a husband to his bride Lori, and a father to his 3 sons: Thomas, Noah and Gabriel.
Dr. Earley is also a Family Medicine physician who was blessed to start his medical career later in life. He grew up an Army brat but moved to North Carolina as soon as he could to specialize in Family Medicine at ECU. Since graduating from one of the country’s top 2 Family Medicine programs, he worked in a clinic for about 18 months with Vidant then transitioned to Vidant Beaufort Hospital to be the Chair for the Pediatric inpatient service as well as an adult hospitalist.
While he has thoroughly enjoyed his current position at Vidant Beaufort, his dream has been to open a solo practice office in a small town. The catch was he knew he would never be able to practice medicine the way his patients deserved if he were beholden to insurance companies for his payments. The best approach for him and his patients was Direct Primary Care. Since Dr. Manning had very successfully implemented this model in Williamston, he joined forces with Dr. Manning to expand AccessMedicine’s services from Williamston to Washington by opening Cornerstone Family Medicine, a division of AccessMedicine.
Today, Dr. Earley is here to share with you what Direct Primary Care is and how it affords him the ability to care for his patients as they deserve.
Amanda Whitley aka "Whitley" is originally from West Virginia, but has been a local here in the area for 30 years, she is married to the love of her life Scott, and they have 4 wonderful children Nautica, Logan, Haley and Camron and one grand-daughter Sailor. She is very family-oriented and loves to do any and everything with her crew. She has been in the medical field for almost 14 yrs, serving patients from primary/urgent care and pain management. She considers every role in the medical field very important and is very thankful to have the privilege to work with her patients on all levels. She feels that every one her patients are like family and she is always ready to give a hand or two. She has studied at Elizabeth City University and Lenoir Community College. She is very thankful to work directly with Dr. Earley in the Washington Office and with her work crew in Williamston.