Meet the Team
Obesity is a complicated disease and its effective treatment must be implemented
through a multidisciplinary coordinated team approach. Our team of experts
is committed to helping patients achieve a healthier weight. We are available
around the clock to offer comprehensive support to better manage your
weight loss goals.
Troy Glembot, MD, MBA, CPE, FACS, FASMBS: Medical Director
Dr. Glembot is the Medical Director of the Winchester Medical Center Bariatric Program.
A native of Warrenton, VA, he attended Eastern Virginia Medical School
in Norfolk, VA where he received his medical degree and completed his
general surgery residency and research fellowship. Bariatric surgery is
Dr. Glembot’s passion. "It is very satisfying to see the improvements
in a person’s health that occurs after this life saving procedure."
Dr. Glembot has completed specialized training in the placement of the
Adjustable Gastric Banding System and the Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy.
Dr. Glembot received training during his surgical residency to perform
the gastric bypass. As Medical Director, Dr. Glembot is responsible for
overseeing the entire program and ensuring that all components are well
integrated to make bariatric surgery as safe as possible for all patients.
He has written or coauthored 8 journal articles as well as a book chapter.
He lives in Winchester and enjoys outdoor activities, exercise and motorcycling.
Rodolfo Oviedo, MD, FACS, FASMBS: Bariatric Surgeon
Dr. Oviedo is a board-certified, fellowship trained metabolic & bariatric surgeon.
After graduating from residency, Dr. Oviedo became an attending surgeon
and Assistant Professor of Surgery at Florida State University College
of Medicine for 4 years in Tallahassee, FL, at Capital Regional Medical
Center. In Tallahassee, Dr. Oviedo developed a successful and busy robotic
general surgery program capable of performing highly advanced general,
oncologic, and metabolic operations, including the first robotic Roux
en Y gastric bypass and the first robotic sleeve gastrectomy in the history
of that city. After performing over 200 successful robotic general and
bariatric surgeries, Dr. Oviedo became an Advanced Minimally Invasive
Gastrointestinal and Bariatric Surgery fellow at Baptist Health South
Florida in Miami.
Annamuthu (Anna) Krishna, MD: Endocrinologist
Dr. Krishna is a fellowship-trained and board-certified endocrinologist with Valley
Health Metabolic and Bariatric Program. Skilled in understanding disorders
of the endocrine system, Dr. Krishna diagnoses and treats conditions such
as diabetes, metabolic disorders, thyroid disorders, as well as problems
associated with the pituitary gland. As an endocrinologist, Dr. Krishna
is an internal medicine specialist who evaluates the endocrine system
and hormones that are synthesized and secreted by the endocrine glands.
Her evaluations are derived from a variety of means, including tests and
patient discussions. Dr. Krishna provides individualized care to all patients
seeking endocrinology consultation and treatment.
Patrick Northcraft FNP-BC, CBN: Nurse Practitioner
Patrick is a Nurse Practitioner with the Winchester Medical Center Bariatric Program.
He first worked for Valley Health from 1994-2002 as a critical care nurse
while working towards completing the Nurse Practitioner program at Shenandoah
University. After graduating in 2002, Rick worked with a local neurosurgical
practice before joining the Bariatric Program in 2009. As a Nurse Practitioner
in the program, Rick works primarily with Bariatric patients after surgery,
following them closely during their active weight loss process. He also
works patients in the medical weight loss program assisting them in meeting
their weight loss goals through diet and exercise or medication therapy.
Rick has achieved the certification as a Certified Bariatric Nurse(CBN)
through the ASMBS. He is also Adjunct Faculty at Shenandoah’s University
School of Nursing.
Jennifer is a Registered Dietitian who graduated from Radford University
with a BS in Nutrition and Dietetics. She completed her dietetic internship
at Virginia State University. Prior to joining the Bariatric Program in
2015, Jennifer worked as a Clinical Dietitian at Sentara Norfolk General
Hospital and also worked near Washington DC at a medical quality supplement
company where she counseled bariatric patients to meet their nutrition
goals. Jennifer has obtained the Level 1 Certificate of Training in Adult
Weight Management. She is a member of the Weight Management Dietetic Practice
Group and the Diabetes Care and Education Dietetic Practice Group with
the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Kelleigh O’Toole: Program Dietitian
Kelleigh is a Registered Dietitian who graduated from Virginia Tech with
a BS in Human Nutrition, Foods, and Exercise, and a minor in Psychology.
She completed her dietetic internship with the Keith and Associates Distance
Dietetic Internship program, and completed her clinical rotation with
the Winchester Medical Center Nutrition Therapy Office, where she continued
to work as an in-patient dietitian prior to joining the Bariatric Program.
Kelleigh’s professional interests include working with clients on
weight management, goal setting and habit change, medical nutrition therapy,
and nutrition education. She is a member of the Weight Management Dietetic
Practice Group and the Vegetarian Nutrition Dietetic Practice Group with
the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.