Dr. David Justice joined SFHC’s staff in 2007 and serves as SFHC’s staff Psychiatrist. Dr. Justice is a Board Certified Psychiatrist and Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association. A native of California, he received his doctorate of medicine from the University of South Carolina, School of Medicine. Dr. Justice completed his residency at the William S. Hall Psychiatric Institute in Columbia. Dr. Justice has worked previously in private practice, as Medical Director for the Critical Incident Recovery Team at the Department of Veteran’s Affairs in Columbia, and as the Chief of Psychiatric Services for the Santee Wateree Mental Health Center. Dr. Justice and his wife reside in Sumter.
Dr. Linda Crabbe joined SFHC’s staff in 2013 and serves as SFHC’s Developmental Pediatrician. Dr. Crabbe is a Board Certified Developmental Pediatrician. She received his doctorate of medicine from the Medical University of South Carolina and her undergraduate degree in biology from the College of Charleston. Dr. Crabbe completed her pediatric residency at Kessler (USAF) Medical Center in Biloxi, Mississippi. She completed her Developmental Pediatric Fellowship at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. Dr. Crabbe and her husband, Dr. Mark Crabbe, have lived in Sumter for 24 years and enjoy being a part of the medical community. They have four daughters and four grandchildren.
Leslie Justice joined SFHC in April, 2013 and serves as a mental health medication prescriber and Director of Behavioral Health Counseling Services. Mrs. Justice was born and raised in Sumter in the Oswego community and is a member of Bethel United Methodist Church. She attended Thomas Sumter Academy in Dalzell and received a diploma in nursing from Orangeburg Regional School of Nursing in 1983. She received her bachelors in nursing from the MUSC Satellite program at Francis Marion University in 1991 and completed her Master of Science in Nursing from MUSC in Charleston in 1993. Ms. Justice is certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in Adult Psychiatric and Mental Health. Ms. Justice has lived in Hawaii from 1983-1988 and in Sumter since 1988. Ms. Justice has worked inpatient as a psychiatric staff nurse at Hawaii State Hospital in Kaneohe, Hawaii and Castle Medical Center in Kailua, Hawaii and Tuomey Regional Medical Center on Lee-3. Ms. Justice has worked outpatient for the Department of Mental Health in the Advanced Practice role at Santee Wateree Community Mental Health Center where she served as Director of Acute Care Services, Director of the Sumter Clinic and at Lexington Mental Health Center as an outpatient prescriber. She also traveled to the Kershaw and Bishopville clinics as well. Mrs. Justice worked as an attending provider on acute inpatient units for 3 years at G. Weber Bryan Psychiatric Hospital and is still on affiliate medical staff as an OD/Oncall staff. Ms Justice also served as Program Director for Genpsych of SC, LLC before it’s closing which was an intensive outpatient, partial hospitalization and outpatient private practice. Ms. Justice is an affiliate faculty for several Universities to include, MUSC, College Graduate Nursing, University of South Alabama School Of Graduate Nursing, University of New Mexico School of Graduate Nursing and University of South Carolina, School of Graduate Nursing and has precepted over a dozen advanced practice nursing students. Ms. Justice is a member of the Medical University Alumni Association, South Carolina Nurses Association, American Nurses Association, American Psychiatric Nurses Association, the Psychiatric Advanced Practice Nurses Association and Sigma Theta Tau International which is the Honor Society of Nursing. Ms. Justice has one living son and lives with her husband in Sumter.
Blaine joined SFHC’s staff in 2011. Blaine is a Physician Assistant serving behavioral health patients at SFHC. He received his Master’s Degree in Physician Assistant Studies from Central Michigan University and BS in Biology from Middle Tennessee State University. Blaine specialized in Emergency Medicine before coming to SFHC. He is an Air Force Medical Services Veteran with twenty-eight (28) years of experience in health care. He is a member of the South Carolina Academy of Physician Assistant. He resides in Sumter with his wife.
Renee Shaw joined the SFHC staff in 2011. Renee is a Nationally Certified Licensed Professional Counselor serving pediatric and adult patients at SFHC. Renee earned her Master’s of Art in Counseling from Webster University and her undergraduate degree from Morris College. She studied under Argosy University Counseling Psychology Doctorate Program. Before coming to SFHC, Shaw worked at Santee Wateree Community Mental Health Center serving adults. A native of Sumter, she resides here with her husband and children.
Karen Page, LISW-CP
Karen Page joined Sumter Family Health Center’s (SFHC) staff in the fall of 2016. Karen received her Bachelors of Arts in Social Work with Minor in Psychology from Columbia College. She received her Master’s Degree in Social work from the University of South Carolina in the Advanced Standing Program. Karen is a South Carolina Board of Social Work Examiners Licensed Independent Social Worker of Clinical Practice and a Certified Strengthening Families Group Leader. Karen Has experience working with individuals, children and families in a variety of settings such as in schools, children's homes, and community based programs, and psychiatric residential treatment facilities. She also has training in trauma and in Motivational Interviewing. She and her husband live in Sumter and have one child.
Annie Brock joined SFHC’s behavioral health team in September 2015. Annie earned her Bachelors in Social Work from the University of Alabama in Birmingham (UAB) and her Master of Social Work from the University of South Carolina. While Annie has a variety of social work experience including work with the elderly and medical social work experience with hospice, the majority of her experience is in behavioral health. Her behavioral health experience includes providing counseling at the Intermediate Care Facility for Individuals with Mentally Retardation (ICF-MR). This was a residential treatment program for patients who had both diagnoses of intellectual developmental disorders and mental health disorders. After closure of ICF-MR, she began working in a program that was based on the PACT model at Kershaw County Mental Health Clinic. While working in this program, she provided individual and group counseling and intensive case management services to patients with a history of severe mental health disorders and frequent inpatient treatment. She provided services at Santee Wateree Mental Health Center as hospital liaison, where she provided placement and other services to assist clients in maintaining housing after discharge from inpatient treatment. She later provided therapy and case management services to adults at Santee Wateree. Annie most recently provided services to adolescents in a residential treatment program at Palmetto Pee Dee Behavioral Health in Florence. She is a licensed Master’s level social worker. Annie resides in Sumter with her husband.