Our Staff

Kayci- Clinical Manager

Kayci graduated from California University of PA with a bachelor’s degree in biology and a minor in chemistry. Following graduation, she worked in a food science lab before deciding her true interest fell in the medical field. She has been with Dr. Abell as a medical assistant for one year and loves the hands-on learning. Outside of work, Kayci is a loving mother of a four year old son and an active volunteer with the leukemia and lupus foundations and a youth soccer team.

Colin – Medical Assistant

Colin is a graduate of Duquesne University in Business Management and is currently satisfying his requirements to enter Physician Assistant school . He is a US army Veteran. He has been working with Dr. Abell for two years as a Medical Assistant. In his free time, he enjoys foreign travel, outdoor hiking and hunting, and gourmet cooking. Colin is also an avid Steeler fan.

Megan – Medical Aesthetician

Megan is our resident aesthetician who trained at the Atelier Esthetic School in New York City. She specializes in European Facials and microdermabrasion. She splits her time between our office in Pittsburgh and Hey Day Spa in New York City.  She is also a graduate of NYU with a bachelor’s degree in film and television and has a graduate degree from the Stella Adler Studio of Acting. When she is not performing facials, she is an actress in new york city.

Christina- Medical Office Specialist

Christina is our medical office specialist who has been with Dr. Abell for one year. Prior to joining the practice, she spent many years in retail management but decided she was ready for a new setting. She’s passionate about travel, hockey, and her family.




Stephen – Practice Administrator

Stephen joined the practice in 2015 after completing his bachelor’s in Health Care Administration and his Master’s in Organizational Leadership from Robert Morris University. Prior to being in the healthcare field he spent 20 years in the retail industry. With over a decade of management and leadership experience, his focus is on operational functions that continue to improve the practice’s interests.