Ashley Miller, MD, FAAP
Dr. Ashley was born and raised in southern New Hampshire, left briefly for college, returned to the Upper Valley for medical school at Dartmouth and never left. She was lucky to spend time at South Royalton Health Center during training and was very excited to join her practice in 2014 and become the owner when Dr. Becky retired. Dr. Ashley can be found both in the office at SRHC. She has a special interest in adolescent medicine and mental health, but truly enjoys following families from birth to graduation. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics, has been actively involved at the state and national level. When not seeing patients you can find Dr. Ashley competing at local horse trials (triathlons on horse back), hiking or snowshoeing in the surrounding mountains, and swimming in the local rivers with her dogs.
Freyda Neyman, MD, FAAP
Dr Freyda Neyman was raised in The Bronx but spent 30+ years in Philadelphia, where she went to college, medical school and completed her pediatric residency. Dr Freyda spent most of her pediatric career in Philadelphia academic centers teaching medical students and residents in both the outpatient and pediatric emergency care settings. She has a special interest in childhood, and youth, health and development.
She and her partner live in Central Vermont and have three grown children, two German Shepherds and two cats. When not seeing patients at SRHC or in the HealthHub school-based health clinics , she enjoys hiking , kayaking and playing with her animals.
Amelia Lincoln, MCMHC
Amelia P. Lincoln has worked with youth in Upper Valley schools for over 15 years, most recently as a Student Assistance Professional at White River Valley Schools. Amelia has a master’s in education from New England College and has recently completed her master’s in clinical mental health counseling through Northern Vermont University. Amelia is working towards licensure as a clinical mental health counselor and licensed alcohol and drug counselor and is excited to have a clinical practice through the South Royalton Health Center and Health Hub. She is especially interested in working in the area of substance use prevention and early intervention and helping youth value themselves. She is affectionately known by many as ‘the lady with the dog,’ as her English Shepherd True has been a school therapy dog for many years and the two are most often together. Amelia sees patients at SRHC and at the local schools.
Sabra Durkee, RN, Office Manager
Answering your questions over the phone, rooming patients, giving shots, obtaining labs, managing referrals, Sabra does it all!
Danielle Isham, RN, Care Coordinator
Danielle grew up in Vermont, and graduated with her BSN from the University of Vermont School of Nursing in 2011. During her years at school she spent time working as a Medical Assistant and EMT for a local hospital and rescue squad. After graduating with her BSN Danielle worked at DHMC for several years on their orthopedic/trauma/plastics unit prior to becoming the School Nurse at the White River School-Bethel Campus in 2014. She continued her Nursing Career there until joining us in the fall of 2022. When not in the office Danielle enjoys spending time at the lake with her family and friends.
Amber grew up in VT and left seeking adventure. Luckily she came back to us and found that she could combine her passion of working/being around children and her previous office experience. Now you can find her at the front desk at South Royalton Health Center ready to help patients and families check into their appointments, answering the phones, and helping with billing questions. Come say Hi!
I am a local from South Royalton, VT, who grew up and went to school at South Royalton School K-12, so I know many of the people from the area. When I’m not here you can find me doing what I love the most; being a mom to my adorable 16mo old boy. I love children and have lots of experience working in an office setting, so this job is a perfect fit for me!