Our Providers

Through their continuing education and interaction with other medical professionals, our providers stay up-to-date on the latest treatments, clinical trials, and diagnostic testing.


Dr. Thomas S. Hughes, MD

Dr. Hughes was born and raised in Mt. Pleasant, attending Porter Gaud before leaving to obtain his undergraduate degree at the University of Georgia. He attended MUSC for medical school and obtained Neurology training at Vanderbilt University. He returned home to the lowcountry after graduation and has been practicing in Mt. Pleasant ever since. He, his wife, and his two sons live in the Mt. Pleasant area.

Dr. Charles A. Kelly, MD

Dr. Kelly received his undergraduate education at Cornell University and attended medical school at Georgetown University before embarking on a 12 year career in the Army. He has been in private practice since 2005 and in the lowcountry since 2008. He is married with two children and now calls the Charleston area his home.

Dr. Robert Bolen, MD

Born and raised in Atlanta, Dr. Bolen attended Clemson University for his undergraduate education, then moved to Charleston to attend medical school at MUSC. He completed his residency training in Neurology at Wake Forest Baptist Hospital in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, then returned to Charleston to complete a Neurophysiology fellowship at MUSC before joining Tidewater Neurology. He currently lives with his wife and daughter on James Island.

Angela Finlayson, FNP

Angela worked at Emory University in Atlanta for 20 years before obtaining her Nurse Practitioner degree there. She has extensive experience in Community Medicine, Internal Medicine, and Neurology. She has lived in the lowcountry since 1996. She has two children, five grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren.

Cynthia Davis, PA-C

Cynthia was born and raised in Maryland and attended Hood College for undergraduate studies in biology. She obtained a Master of Science degree in Human Genetics from Howard University in Washington, DC and practiced as a genetic counselor prior to persuing her physician assistant studies at Anne Arundel Community College. She worked in the field of family medicine before moving to the lowcountry in 2013 with her twin sons.