Wilmington Pediatrics Providers
Sarah Andrew, MD
Dr. Andrew has been with Wilmington Pediatrics since 1990. She is board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Dr. Andrew graduated from the University of Wisconsin and received her medical degree from Boston University School of Medicine. She completed her pediatric training at Massachusetts General Hospital.
She enjoys all of pediatric medicine, but she especially loves guiding parents through their child’s infancy and early childhood.
Daniel M. Carson, MD
Dr. Carson joined Wilmington Pediatrics in 1993. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics.
Dr. Carson graduated from Dartmouth College and received his medical degree from Boston University School of Medicine. He completed his pediatric training at the Floating Hospital for Children at Tufts Medical Center.
He and his wife have four children. Dr. Carson enjoys all sports and outdoor activities. His other hobbies include golf, woodworking, reading, traveling and doing crossword puzzles.
Gayathry S. Nene, DO
Dr. Nene joined Wilmington Pediatrics in 2020 after completing her pediatric residency at Floating Hospital for Children at Tufts Medical Center. As an undergraduate at Tufts University she double majored in Child Development and Community Health. She then received her medical degree at the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Dr. Nene is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Massachusetts Medical Society. Her professional interests include all aspects of primary care, from working with new parents during the baby’s first year of life to mentoring adolescents through their teenage years. Outside the office she loves dancing, traveling, baking, exploring new restaurants with her husband, and taking her toddler son swimming.
Carolyn J. Sedor, MD- July 1, 2022
To my patients and families,
I will be retiring from my position here at Wilmington Pediatrics as of November 1, 2022. Caring for young families, children and teens has been a privilege. I am inspired every day by the work parents do to raise healthy children, sometimes under very trying circumstances.
Deciding to retire after 30 years here in Wilmington was difficult. I will, however, have more time to spend with my own children who now live in 3 different states. I am also looking forward to more outdoor activities including hiking and gardening. Your child’s health is important to me. Please know the other providers Drs. Andrew, Carson, Nene, Stephens and Tanguay will still be here to care for you.
The staff at Wilmington Pediatrics is easily available to answer questions and to help you transfer to one of our other Pediatricians.
It has been a joy to be your pediatrician.
Carolyn J. Sedor, MD
Sandy Stephens, MD
Dr. Sandy Stephens joined Wilmington Pediatrics in its infancy, in 1992. Originally from New York, she attended several art schools before landing at Skidmore College. There she discovered her passion for science and, through a work study program with developmentally delayed children, her love of children. After a brief foray in Massachusetts as a nanny for a chocolate consultant, she attended Albert Einstein College of Medicine. From the start, she was pulled towards pediatrics and continued to be inspired by the vast potential and resiliency of children and families. She decided to return to Boston and did her residency at Boston City Hospital (now Boston Medical Center), which prepared her for the multi-faceted challenges of pediatric health care. It was also where she met Drs. Sarah Andrew and Carolyn Sedor. Following the birth of her first child, she joined them at Wilmington Pediatrics and has enjoyed being a part of such a vibrant practice.
As a general pediatrician, Dr Stephens adores babies just as much as she loves guiding teenagers through adolescence. She is board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics, a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and a member of the Massachusetts Medical Society. Currently, she serves as the Medical Director of Wilmington Pediatrics.
Dr. Stephens is a dedicated mom, wife and pet owner who is rarely without her Kindle, yet finds a myriad of way to nurture her artsy side.
Normand A. Tanguay, PhD, MD
Normand Tanguay, PhD, MD (he, him, his) joined Wilmington Pediatrics in 1996. He went to medical school at McGill University after earning a PhD in Physical Chemistry at Brown University in 1993. He had always been interested in science and technology but while at Brown he decided that he wanted a career with more direct people interaction as well. This led him to medical school and a residency in pediatrics at The Floating Hospital for Children at Tufts Medical Center.
Dr. Tanguay (he, him, his) is involved in the larger medical community. He is the Chair of the Department of Pediatrics at Winchester Hospital and is the medical director of the Health Information Exchange.
He is married to Peter, who is a cardiologist. They have two teenagers. While not a natural athlete, he and Peter run regularly and he is very proud to have completed the Spartan Fenway Park race in 2015. He also enjoys the challenge of cooking for his family which consists of 2 vegetarians, a vegan and himself.
Dr. Nicole Rittershaus joined Wilmington Pediatrics in 2022. Prior to joining, she was a general pediatrician in Boston and the Merrimack Valley. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics.
Dr. Rittershaus graduated from Brown University where she majored in Human Biology, brain and behavior and received her medical degree from Brown University School of Medicine. She completed her pediatric training at the Floating Hospital for Children at Tufts Medical Center.
She loves primary care and has a special interest in adolescent health, mental health, and medical education. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, young son and 2 spunky rescue dogs. She also enjoys long distance jogging, playing the viola, and reading fiction.