Meet Our Staff
Dr. Scott B. Parry
Dr. Scott B. Parry is a recognized Doctor of Osteopathy (DO) in the area of General Internal Medicine, and Intown Primary Care is the leading primary care provider for Testosterone Replacement Therapy and Testopel insertions in Georgia. He has been providing quality health care to patients for more than 20 years.
After moving to Atlanta in 1995, Dr. Parry began his career with the DeKalb Medical Center Physician Group in their Primary Care Division. However, he wanted a practice that was directed toward the total well-being of patients in a proactive and progressive manner. Thus, he opened Intown Primary Care in December 2001. Since then, Intown Primary Care has served more than 10,000 patients in their quest for a "healthier you.”
In addition to creating one of Atlanta’s leading medical practices, Dr. Parry is a noted educator and has given presentations nationwide to medical professionals in the areas of HIV, Hormone Replacement Therapy, and Primary Care Psychiatry.
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Dr. Stacy Oliff
Dr. Stacy Olliff is a certified Doctor of Family Medicine who became interested in medicine after suffering a couple of sports-related injuries at a young age.
He received his undergraduate degree from Georgia Southern University with a Bachelor’s in Biology. After obtaining a Master’s in Public Health from Mercer University, Dr. Olliff attended the Ross University School of Medicine. He completed his residency at The Medical Center in Columbus, GA. Dr. Olliff is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP).
Dr. Olliff takes special interest in looking beyond the symptoms and pays close attention to his patient’s physical, mental and emotional needs. Compassionate care and ongoing communication between physician and patient play a crucial role in collaborative care.
Dr. Olliff’s hobbies include working out and playing football and basketball. He also enjoys spending time on the water.
Hermeyone Bell joined Intown Primary Care in 2015 as a Family Nurse Practitioner. Her clinical interests include HIV and Transgender Health.
Hermeyone received both her undergraduate and graduate degrees in Nursing with a graduate-level minor in Education from Georgia State University. Hermeyone has earned several additional professional certifications, most notably in the area of HIV Health with credentials as an Advanced AIDS Certified Nurse and as an HIV Specialist with the American Academy of HIV Medicine. Hermeyone also devotes her time as a guest lecturer and preceptor at Kennesaw State University. At Intown Primary Care, Hermeyone is eager to share news and the latest breakthroughs in HIV care to help educate patients on ways to better manage their health.
In her free time, Hermeyone is an avid NFL football fan of the Atlanta Falcons and Seattle Seahawks. She also enjoys arts and crafts, reading, and traveling.
Gina Keller is a veteran Nurse Practitioner, and optimizing patient care is her number one priority. Gina’s clinical interests include: Preventative Medicine, Diet and Exercise Education, and Women’s Health.
After completing her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at the University of Alabama, Gina spent the early part of her career in Emergency Care. After finding her passion for patient health was needed as an Adult Gerontology Nurse Practitioner, Gina earned her master’s degree from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
She is an active member of the AANP (American Association of Nurse Practitioners) and a proud member of Sigma Theta Tau, the second largest professional nursing honor society in the world.
When she’s not at the office, Gina enjoys exercising, reading, traveling, and spending time with her family and friends.
Michelle Sariev joined Intown Primary Care as a Family Nurse Practitioner in 2012. Her clinical interests include: Women’s Health, Transgender Issues, and Public Policy.
Michelle received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Emory University in 2006. After working in Emergency Medicine, she realized there was a huge need for primary care providers and decided to pursue her dream by enrolling in the Family Nurse Practitioner program at Georgia State University. Michelle graduated in May 2012 and continues to help nurse practitioner students by serving as a regular preceptor and guest speaker at the Emory University School of Nursing. Her professional goals include educating and growing a community of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender-friendly health providers in Atlanta.
In her spare time, Michelle loves to entertain and hang out with friends, traveling, reading and writing. She lives in Reynoldstown with her husband and two rescue dogs.