Diane Wetherton, MD
Dr Wetherton is originally from Elyria, Ohio. She attended Wittenberg University in Ohio, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree with a major in Biology and minor in Psychology. She received her Medical Degree from University of Louisville, and completed her residency training at Kosair Children's Hospital in 2001. She has been practicing pediatrics here at Oldham County Pediatrics since we opened our doors back in 2001. She had enjoyed the many relationships that she had established with patients over the past decade! Dr. Wetherton is currently accepting new patients, and works exclusively in the LaGrange office.
Dr. Wetherton is married to Brenden, who is an Emergency Medicine Physician with Team Health. They have two daughters, Kelly and Kate. Dr. Wetherton enjoys being involved in and supporting the Oldham County School system. In their free time, the Wethertons are usually found swimming, hiking, and boating at Herrington Lake.
Ashli Collins, MD
Dr. Collins is from Lexington, Kentucky. She attended the University of Louisville, where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology. She earned her Medical Degree from the University of Louisville School of Medicine, and completed her residency training at Kosair Children's Hospital.
Dr. Collins enjoys caring for kids from birth through college. Dr. Collins, an avid athlete herself, has a special interest in general wellness and sports injuries/prevention. As the mom of two teenagers, she also enjoys caring for adolescents. Dr. Collins has twins, Sarah and P.J. In her spare time (when she has some), she enjoys training for triathlons, hanging out with her kids, sewing and traveling. But her absolute favorite past time is playing with her dogs, LouLou and Reese.
Greg Robson, MD
Dr. Robson is originally from Lexington, KY and completed undergraduate studies at the University of Kentucky. He moved to Louisville for medical school and earned his MD from the University of Louisville in 2001. He continued at the University of Louisville for pediatrics residency training at Kosair Children's Hospital and graduated in 2004. Dr. Robson has been practicing at Oldham County Pediatrics since that time and is accepting new patients at the Summit office in Louisville on Mondays, and at the LaGrange office on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and most Fridays.
Dr. Robson strives to serve his patients and their families by providing the most attentive and up to date medical care possible. He and his wife Becca have two sons, Luke and Eli, and one daughter, Mollie. When not working, Dr. Robson enjoys family time, exercising, youth sports, and occasionally doing absolutely nothing.
Julie Schuster, MD
Dr. Schuster was raised in Owensboro, KY, and completed her undergraduate studies at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green. She moved to Louisville for medical school at the University of Louisville where she earned her MD in 2002. Dr. Schuster received her residency training in pediatrics through the University of Louisville at Kosair Children's Hospital, completing her program in 2005. She has been a pediatrician at Oldham County Pediatrics since that time. Dr. Schuster is accepting new patients and is available at the Summit office on Mondays and at the LaGrange office Tuesdays, Thursdays, and most Fridays.
Dr. Schuster enjoys caring for children from birth to young adulthood. She values building long-term relationships with children and their parents. She has a special interest in child safety and promoting the wellness of children through preventive care. Dr. Schuster is married to Bryce Schuster, MD and has a daughter, Halle, and a son, Burke. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, spending time with family, and walking.
Amy Bindner, MD
Dr. Bindner grew up in Louisville, moving away for studies at the University of the South in Sewanee, TN, and then returning to complete her undergraduate studies at the University of Louisville. She earned her MD from the University of Louisville in 2003 and completed residency training at Kosair Children's Hospital and the University of Louisville in 2006. Since that time, she has been practicing at Oldham County Pediatrics and is currently accepting new patients at the Summit office in Louisville on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and most Fridays.
Dr. Bindner strives to provide skilled and compassionate care to each child and family under her care as if they were her own. She loves the partnerships that are formed with families as she cares for their children from infancy through adolescence. Dr. Bindner and her husband, David Bindner, have two children, Ava and Ty. When not working, Dr. Bindner enjoys spending time with her husband and their wacky yet wonderful kids, reading, Bible study, cooking and crafting.
Marie Trace, MD
Dr. Trace is originally from Louisville, but spent most of her childhood in Plantation, FL. She completed her undergraduate studies at Florida State University and then returned to Louisville for medical school,earning her MD from the University of Louisville in 2005. Dr. Trace graduated from pediatrics residency training at Kosair Children's Hospital through the University of Louisville in 2008 and has been practicing at Oldham County Pediatrics since that time. She is accepting new patients at the Summit office in Louisville on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays and rotates Saturday hours in LaGrange.
Dr. Trace cherishes the relationships she builds with her patients and their families. She finds it a privilege to be entrusted with the care of parents' most treasured gifts and a pleasure to get to know them through the process. One of her favorite visits is providing reassurance to a concerned family with a healthy child. Dr. Trace and her husband, Chris Trace, have two daughters, Anne and Elizabeth. While away from the office, Dr. Trace enjoys participation in her church community, exercise, window shopping, travel, and spending time with many local, extended family members.
Kathryn Thorne, MD
Dr. Thorne was born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky. She completed her undergraduate studies at University of Louisville in 2010. She received her MD degree from the University of Louisville in 2014 and completed her pediatric residency training at Norton Children’s Hospital in 2017. Upon completing residency she joined the Oldham County Pediatrics team and is accepting new patients at the LaGrange office.
Dr. Thorne enjoys forming genuine relationships with patients and families. Through preventative care, she strives to guide patients to healthy living throughout childhood and adolescence in hopes that they reach their full potential as adults. She and her husband, Cory Thorne, have a puggle named Harper. In her free time, she enjoys training for marathons, traveling, and watching college sports.
Stephanie Lokits, MSN, APRN, FNP-BC
Stephanie was born and raised in Eminence, Kentucky. She earned her Bachelors in Nursing from Bellarmine University in 2004, and graduated from Northern Kentucky University with her Masters Degree in Nursing in 2009. Since that time, Stephanie has practiced as a Family Nurse Practitioner in retail acute care and in Employee Health and Wellness. Stephanie joined Oldham County Pediatrics in September of 2016. She currently sees patients at the LaGrange location on Mondays and Wednesdays and at the Summit location on Thursdays and Fridays.
Stephanie enjoys caring for children throughout their lives, and especially cherishes the relationships that are formed with patients and families throughout their care. Stephanie resides in Smithfield, Kentucky with her husband Chris, who is a paramedic and Major with Louisville Metro EMS. They have two children, Caitlyn and Zachary, and a Boston Terrier, Maggie. Stephanie is active in supporting the Eminence school system, her alma mater and the school that her children attend. In her spare time, Stephanie enjoys reading, spending time camping and traveling with family, and watching the University of Kentucky and other college sports.