William H. Kelly, M. D.
Dr. Kelly is a Fayetteville native and has been with the practice since 1992. He began his undergraduate studies at Davidson College and finished at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where he graduated with a BA in Zoology and English. He obtained his Medical degree from the University of North Carolina and completed his pediatric training at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. He is certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and has a particular interest in infectious disease. He has been active on several committees at Cape Fear Valley Medical Center to include chairing the Infection Control committee and twice serving as chairman of Pediatrics which includes service on the Medical Executive Committee.
Niveen Y. Iskander, M. D.
Dr. Iskander has called North Carolina home since 1978. After graduating from the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics, she completed her undergraduate years at UNC-CH, receiving a BA degree with Honors in chemistry. After attending ECU School of Medicine, she completed her pediatrics residency at UNC Chapel Hill. She happily joined the Fayetteville Children's Clinic in 1996, where she has practiced general pediatrics, encompassing a vast variety of disorders, and emphasizing preventative care and healthy living. She is board certified in General Pediatrics and maintains that through the American Board of Pediatrics. Her love for teaching has led her to serve as the Director of Pediatrics for the Duke SR-AHEC Family Medicine Program and as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics for the Campbell University School of Medicine. She is married with three children, active in her church, enjoys cooking and working out, not together.
Horace R. Long, M. D
A native of North Carolina, Dr. Long joined Fayetteville Children's Clinic in 2000. He graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and attended medical school at East Carolina University School of Medicine. Dr. Long was the recipient of the William E. Laupus Pediatric Award as a medical student which was awarded to the senior student "whose overall performance in Pediatrics best demonstrates excellence in scholarship, the possession of consummate clinical skills, and a genuine concern for the health care needs of children." A residency in Pediatrics was completed at Pitt County Memorial Hospital in Greenville, North Carolina in affiliation with East Carolina University School of Medicine. Dr. Long was selected as the Outstanding Pediatric Resident during his senior year. Dr. Long obtained additional training in the specialty of Neonatal Medicine but chose to return to general pediatric practice. Dr. Long maintains his board certification with the American Board of Pediatrics. He is the father of four adult children and grandfather of three.
Olga K. Johnson, M.D..
Dr. Johnson joined Fayetteville Children's Clinic in April, 2013. She received her medical degree from Russian People's Friendship University in Moscow, Russia, graduating with Diploma Cum Laude. She completed her pediatric residency at the same institution and then practiced as a pediatrician for a year before moving to the United States. Dr. Johnson completed a residency in pediatrics at East Carolina University School of Medicine/Vidant Medical Center in Greenville, North Carolina. She enjoys all aspects of general pediatrics. Dr. Johnson is certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics.