Angella D. Stitely-Lamm
CPNP, MSN, RN
Angella is a native of Virginia. She completed her Bachelor of Science in Psychology in 1997. Due to a family member's chronic illness, she was moved to pursue nursing, a profession where she could make a difference in the lives of others. In 2000, Angella graduated from the University of Virginia School of Nursing with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing. While acquiring her Master of Science in Nursing and community health leadership, she worked at Martha Jefferson Hospital in women's health. Angella was drawn toward pediatric nursing and in 2001 joined the team at Kluge Children's Rehabilitation Center specializing in cerebral palsy and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. In 2006, she became a pediatric nurse practitioner and is excited to be a part of Piedmont Pediatrics. Angella is interested in providing health care to all children, but remains focused on children with developmental disabilities and special health care needs. She and her husband, Mark, and her twins, Isaac and Ethan, enjoy hiking and outdoor activities. In addition, Angella's hobbies include running, cooking, and photography.