As a family physician, I am blessed to have the opportunity to build long-term relationships with patients and their families. These relationships allow me to see the big picture. This better aids our practice in setting healthful goals for our patients, so as to improve their lives.
As a physician, I strive for open communication with my patients built on honesty, compassion, and trust. I hope to relieve pain and suffering whenever possible. And, if it is God’s will, to heal my patients and cure disease. Ultimately, by doing this, I am providing quality care, improving health, and bringing joy to my patients’ lives.
I thoroughly enjoy caring for patients of all ages. From a baby with a simple cold to an elderly person with a long list of challenging medical problems, I love interacting with each individual. Being a doctor allows me to help people in many unique ways.
Patients can become overwhelmed when receiving information from various sources, including their multiple specialists. I enjoy that I am here to help patients interpret and combine this information into something understandable and useful. Improving communication, understanding, and educating are roles I take very seriously.
Prevention is also vitally important if we are to live longer and, more importantly, healthier lives. Cancer screening, immunizations, and diabetes and cholesterol screening are routinely performed at Cox Family Practice.
I graduated from Wright State University in Dayton, OH, with a Bachelor of Arts in Biology in 1995, and I received my medical degree from Wright State University School of Medicine in 1999, also in Dayton. I completed my family practice residency in Akron, OH at Akron City Hospital Summa Health Systems in 2002.
I have been very pleased with my choice to live in North Carolina. I have worked in Asheboro, NC since 2002, and I am very happy to call the Triad my home.
I relocated to this wonderful state from the bitter cold of Ohio, and I thoroughly enjoy the beautiful North Carolina weather and country. I love the mountains and the ocean and am able to get to both easily.
I have been blessed to fall deeply in love and marry a perfect southern gentleman, William Damon Cox, of Randleman, NC. I have 2 wonderful children, Nicolas Austin and Sydney Danielle. I could not be happier with or prouder of my family and my new home state.
I enjoy being a physician, and I love helping patients improve their health by listening to their needs and by combining my knowledge of medicine with their knowledge of their bodies and minds.
I find most people are shocked by how approachable I am and how open I am to listening to them. I hope that you will also feel at ease with me if you choose to make Cox Family Practice your medical provider.
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Born: Massena, NY
Family: Wife, Christine; is a retired Surgical Nurse. Dr. Perry has 5 children, and 7 grandchildren.
Background: went to Canisius College in Buffalo, NY. Completed his residency at Moses Cone Hospital.
Hobbies: Camping, Playing in his Folk Guitar Group
Work History: Has worked in Family Medicine for 36 years, as well as Sports Medicine for 25 years. Participated in the 1999 Olympic Games as a volunteer physician, in Colorado Springs, CO.
What makes you love your job? Like to help people; Likes the challenges of the medical industry that are always changing
What do you find most important in doing your job? Doing the little things to help people and make their day better.
Andi Johnson, PA-C, joined our practice in March 2012 and has been a wonderful addition!
Andi is highly knowledgeable, cares about her patients, and is hardworking and incredibly honest. She is well trained to care for a patient with multiple chronic medical problems, as well as an acute care patient who is sick.
In addition, she has worked in the urgent care setting and is well trained to perform skin procedures and treat orthopedic medical problems, including some joint injections. She always has a smile and is full of energy.
She is a native of Randolph County and a graduate of Southwestern Randolph High School. She graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a BS degree in Biology.
Andi then attended the Medical Technology Program at Bowman Gray and worked for more than 6 years as a clinical laboratory scientist before deciding to go to Physician’s Assistant (PA) school. She graduated from PA school in 2003 with a joint degree from East Carolina University and Duke University. Andi has been practicing as a physician assistant in family practice and internal medicine for almost 10 years. She currently lives in Asheboro with her husband, Mark.
Andi is a huge Disney fan, and her favorite character is Winnie the Pooh. Andi has brought several wonderful patients to us, and we have been pleased to have them. Andi is a huge supporter of Breast Cancer Awareness, and she shows her support ever year with a streak of pink hair.
Sally Davis, PA-C, began with the Cox Family Practice in 2011. We have worked with Sally since 2005, and we have full confidence in her ability to provide high-quality healthcare to our patients. Sally is trained in family practice and is able to care for all ages. She is knowledgeable, experienced, and devoted to her patients.
Sally Davis, PA-C, is a native of North Carolina. She received her bachelor’s degree in Biology from Lenoir-Rhyne University and completed her physician assistant degree at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center Physician Assistant Program.
Sally has practiced in North Carolina for over 20 years and spent the majority of this time serving the people of Asheboro.
On a personal note, Sally was married to the late Wendell Davis and has 2 beautiful children, Madeline and Sam. She is dedicated both to her family and her patients. She currently lives in Level Cross.
She is proficient in sign language and speaks basic French.
Damon Cox, Business Manager and Owner
Kirsten Cox, MD
Lawrence Perry, MD
Andrea Johnson, PA-C
Sara Davis, PA-C
Trevonda, CMA, Referral Coordinator
Kim, LPN, Chronic Care Management
All nurses are asked to triage patients that may be having urgent symptoms or have questions that nurses need to answer about a present issue. If you feel that you need to speak to a nurse, please call our office, and simply dial the number associated with the nurse of your provider.
Paige, Front Office Manager