Capitol Pediatrics :: Our Love for kids keeps growing

Capitol Pediatrics :: Our Love for kids keeps growing


Meet Our Providers

R. Gray Snowden, MD

Dr. R. Gray Snowden

Dr. Gray Snowden grew up in Jacksonville, FL before attending Duke University and graduating in 1983 with a BS in Psychology. He then earned his medical degree in 1990 from Vanderbilt University in Nashville and went on to complete his pediatric residency at Egleston Children’s Hospital in Atlanta in 1993. After brief stints on the Egleston faculty and with a private practice outside of Atlanta, he moved to Richmond and joined Dr. Wood at Capitol Pediatrics. Dr. Snowden is Board Certified in Pediatrics and is the current Chief of Pediatrics at CJW Medical Center. He lives in Powhatan with his wife Ruth, and two children. Dr. Snowden enjoys baseball, baseball cards, Duke basketball, and being around children of all ages. Included in his medical special interests are removal of foreign bodies and laceration repairs.

Konye E. Allen, MD

Dr. Konye E. Allen

Dr. Konye Allen was born and raised in Toronto, Canada. She graduated from Queen’s University in Canada with a BS in Life Sciences in 2003 and then moved to the US. She attended Howard University College of Medicine where she received her medical degree in 2007. Dr. Allen completed her Pediatrics Residency at MCV in 2010 and then joined Capitol Pediatrics that summer.  She is Board Certified in pediatrics and some of her practice interests include well child care, asthma, obesity, and endocrinology. She enjoys spending time with her family, traveling and going to the gym.

Dr. Alexandra R. Przybylo

Dr. Alexandra Przybylo was born and raised near Albany, New York. She attended Providence College and graduated with a BS in Biochemistry in 2012. She went on to receive her MS in Bioethics from Union Graduate College (now Clarkson University Capital Region Campus) in 2013. She attended Albany Medical College where she received her medical degree in 2017. Dr. Przybylo completed her Pediatrics Residency at VCU in June 2020 and joined Capitol Pediatrics that Fall. Her practice interests include well child care, preventive care, and mental health care. Dr. Przybylo enjoys spending time with her husband, new baby, and their menagerie of pets including a llama named Finn and a horse named Flash.

Sally T. Didio, CPNP

Sally Didio, CPNP, received her BS in Nursing from Creighton University in 1988. She then earned her MS as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner from MCV in 1995. She worked for 2 years in a pediatric hospital in the Hematology/ Oncology department caring for children with transplants. She also has experience working in Urgent Care. Sally joined Capitol Pediatrics in 1997 and enjoys working with children with special needs, asthma/allergy, and minor trauma. She enjoys the outdoors, crafts, travel and her pets.

Sally C. Driscoll, CPNP

Sally Carroll Driscoll, CPNP, received her undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia in 1978 and a Masters in Nursing and Pediatric Nurse Practitioner from the University of Virginia in 2002. Sally has worked in pediatrics for 34 years including general pediatrics, pediatric intensive care, and neonatal intensive care. She had the pleasure of working in the PICU at MCV when Dr. Wood was completing her residency. She was the nurse manager for the PICU and Pediatric Unit at Henrico Doctor’s Hospital (1990-1997) and the PICU and Pediatric Unit of Chippenham Medical Center (1997-2000). She began working as a nurse practitioner at Capitol Pediatrics in 2002. When she is not working she enjoys movies, college sports and most of all spending time with her children and grandchildren.

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Tammy J. Corsa, CPNP

Tammy Corsa, CPNP, received her undergraduate degree from the University of Southwestern Louisiana in 1988. She completed her Masters of Science in nursing from VCU in 1997. Tammy has worked as a pediatric nurse practitioner in Chesterfield County for more than 15 years and has 26 years of experience in pediatric nursing including hospital, medical equipment and homecare settings. She joined Capitol Pediatrics in April 2014. Some of her medical interests include newborn/infant care, well child care and anticipatory guidance for parents, asthma and eczema management. During Tammy’s free time she enjoys movies, reading, cooking and spending time with family and friends.