Troy F. Anderson, MD
Dr. Anderson was born and raised in Southern California, living there until he went to college on the East Coast. He earned his pre-med degree at Bob Jones University and returned to California for Medical School and Residency at Loma Linda University. Dr. Anderson did a Chief Residency at Riverside General Hospital and then moved to Raleigh to go into private practice. After working in a large multi-specialty practice for several years, he joined Harps Mill Internal Medicine and worked there until starting Neuse Valley Internal Medicine with Dr. Grace Rose. Dr. Anderson is board certified in Internal Medicine and has a particular interest in Adult Diabetes. He is married with four children and is very involved in church and school activities. When not working, his hobbies include tennis, basketball, and snow skiing.

Grace W. Rose, MD
Dr. Rose was born and raised in Raleigh. After attending Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, she earned her medical degree from Duke University Medical School.

She completed a three year internal medicine residency at Northwestern University in Chicago, and worked in the Chicago area for several years before moving back to Raleigh to practice. Dr. Rose is married and has two children. She enjoys hiking, biking, and playing violin.  She also has backyard chickens.

Lori Peele, MD

Dr. Peele was born and raised in Durham, NC. She earned her undergraduate degree from Brown University and her medical degree from UNC-CH School of Medicine. After completing her Family Medicine Residency at Ghent Family Practice in Norfolk, VA, she returned to her home state of NC and has been working at various rural health practices before landing in Raleigh. She is delighted to be close to home and working for Neuse Valley Internal Medicine. Prior to attending medical school, she was a high school biology teacher and personal trainer and enjoys incorporating both into her practice of medicine.

Elsa Bagnulo, ANP

wp-image-537Elsa earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of San Carlos from the Philippines and has been working as an RN in various clinical settings for over 20 years. Soon after moving to Raleigh, she completed her master’s degree at the University of North Carolina while working in emergency care, and has practiced as an Adult Nurse Practitioner for over 12 years. She is experienced in various multidisciplinary settings that include family practice, hospital medicine, telehealth, pain management, and mental health care. She is married with 2 children, enjoys teaching and practicing yoga, and is passionate about incorporating mindfulness and integrative approach to health care.