Dedicated, Personalized Care
Brian K. Few, MD, FAAP
Clemson University 1993, B.S. Microbiology
School of Medicine, University of South Carolina 1997, MD


I am a Greenville native. I graduated from Blue Ridge High School, Clemson University with a BS in Microbiology, and The University of South Carolina School of Medicine.  After medical school, I completed my Pediatric Residency at Greenville Memorial Hospital.  I knew then that I enjoyed forming relationships with and assisting parents with the care of their children and founded the practice in July 2000.

My wife Jessica and I have 2 daughters, Annelise and Emmaline. When not spending time with my family, I  enjoy shark fishing, water sports, and marksmanship. In addition, I am involved in medical missions. 

Carolyn G. Schultz, MD, FAAP
Wofford University 1995, B.S.
Medical University of South Carolina 1999, MD

A native of Charleston, SC, Carolyn Schultz is a graduate of Irmo High School, Wofford College, and The Medical University of South Carolina.  After completing a Pediatric Residency at Greenville Hospital, she joined Eastside Pediatrics with a mission to give compassionate continuity to her patients.  Eleven years later, "I still love my work.  Caring for children as they grow up and nurturing families is very rewarding."  Dr. Schultz has a special interest in toddler nutrition, multiple births, allergic illness and behavioral development.  She and her husband, Bobby, enjoy their twin son and daughter and their youngest son.


Roy A. Mages, MD, FAAP
University of Tennessee 2007, B.S. Chemistry
School of Medicine, University of Tennessee 2001

Roy A. Mages joined Eastside Pediatrics in 2004 after completing his pediatric residency with Greenville Hospital System.  Prior to this, he earned a bachelors degree in chemistry from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and his medical degree from the University of Tennessee at Memphis.  He is board certified in pediatrics and a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics.  Though Dr. Mages enjoys taking care of children of all ages, he has a special interest in the growth and development of newborns/infants and the special care they require.

Dr. Mages is originally from eastern Tennessee.  He was born in Knoxville and has lived in Chattanooga, where he met his wife.  When not in the office Roy enjoys spending time with his family, doing home improvement projects, riding his bike, and serving his church - Covenant United Methodist.




Jeffrey M. Phillips, MD, FAAP
Presbyterian College 1995, B.S.
Medical University of South Carolina 1999

I was born in Greenville, South Carolina.  I attended Presbyterian College in Clinton and MUSC in Charleston.  My training in pediatrics was completed in Chattanooga, Tennessee.  After residency, I was appointed Chief Resident of Pediatrics in Chattanooga in 2002.  My wife and I chose to serve in an underserved area in North Georgia for 4 years after completing residency.  This was very rewarding and challenging.  I developed strong interest in routine well child care and Asthma and allergy management.  My wife and I have two children, and we decided to move back to Greenville to be closer to family.  I am very happy to have relocated to such a well established and respected practice.
Tabitha M. Randol, MD, FAAP
University 2000, BS
Medical College of Georgia 2004


I knew I wanted to be a pediatrician since I was 8 years old when I found myself in the Emergency Room with a broken arm.  Although it was a painful experience, I was so thankful for the doctor who took care of me that I knew that I wanted to help children too.  I grew up in Atlanta, Georgia and went to Kennesaw State University and received a Bachelors of Science degree in Biology.  I earned my Doctorate of Medicine at the Medical College of Georgia.  I did my residency in Pediatrics at the Children's Hospital at Greenville Memorial Hospital.  I am board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics. Once I moved to Greenville, I fell in love with the city and people and knew this is where I wanted to stay and raise my family.  I have 3 young children who help make practicing pediatrics a real-life experience.  My areas of interest are newborns, breastfeeding, and adolescent medicine.