Meet our Providers
Dr. Craig White is a familiar face to many Lake Norman residents. He grew up in the area, attending North Mecklenburg High School and Davidson College. He then obtained his medical degree from Harvard Medical School. Dr. White has been chosen by his physician colleagues as “Best Doctors of America“ in 2007, 2012-2016; Top Doctors (Charlotte Magazine) 2008, 2013-2016. Dr. White is also co-founder of the Free Clinic of Our Towns.
Dr. Patricia “Trisha” White is a graduate of Duke University and earned her Medical Doctorate from Harvard Medical School. She completed her residency in family medicine at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville.
Dr. White has extensive experience in family medicine, working in both private practice and medical education. Most recently she served as the Assistant Dean and Physician/Campus Director at the UNC School of Medicine, Charlotte, NC. Additionally, she is the founder and chair of the NC Albert Schweitzer Fellows Program in Davidson, NC, an organization that provides leadership development in community service for aspiring health professional students to address health care disparities.
Dr. Stephanie Sittler joined Davidson Family Medicine in 2011. She earned her medical degree from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. Dr. Sittler enjoys treating patients of all ages with compassion, sincerity, and individualized attention. She also volunteers at the Free Clinic of Our Towns. She resides in Huntersville with her husband and two girls and spends time with her horse, Pfeiffer.
Suzanne Brown, P.A.
Suzanne Brown is a board certified Physician Assistant. She graduated from Davidson College in 1991 and received her Masters in Health Science and Physician Assistant Certification from Duke University in 2000. Prior to returning to Davidson, Suzanne practiced family medicine in Cabarrus County for 13 years. Suzanne enjoys providing care for patients of all ages with a particular interest in women’s health. She also has a special love for missions and leads medical teams in Nicaragua each summer.
Joseph Cutler, P.A.
Joseph Cutler discovered his love for patient care many years ago as a Hospital Corpsman in the United States Navy then entered the Medical University of South Carolina Charleston where he graduated as a Physician Assistant in 1974. Since that time he has worked as a Physician Assistant in Emergency Medicine, Orthopedics/Sports Medicine and for the past 20 years in Family Medicine. He enjoys all aspects of family medicine especially Sports Medicine, Acute and Chronic Care and Health Maintenance for all ages. He is a Certified DOT Medical Examiner and has received several awards from his peers including the “Ambulatory Teaching Award” and the “Sports Medicine Person of the Year”.
Debbie Witkin, F.N.P.
Debbie Witkin is a board certified Family Nurse Practitioner who is a 1999 Master’s Graduate of Vanderbilt University. She has worked in family practice in the Lake Norman area since then, delivering comprehensive primary care including preventive health services, disease management, and patient education. Debbie particularly enjoys working with women and adolescents.