Our mission is to provide real-time, relevant information about illness to keep children, families, and communities healthy.
- Healthy children lead to healthier homes.
- Healthier homes lead to healthier, more productive schools.
- Healthier, more productive schools lead to stronger communities.
- Healthier, stronger communities lead to fuller, richer lives for us all.
Meet the Sneez Docs
Dr. Bill SatterwhiteDr.Satterwhite holds a B.A. degree from Davidson College, a J.D. degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a M.D. degree from Wake Forest University School of Medicine. He is currently Chief Health and Wellness Officer at Wake Forest Baptist Health, responsible for creating and administering a system of preventative care and overall health improvement for 13,000 employees. Prior to this role, Dr. Satterwhite gained 16 years of clinical experience as the founder of and practitioner within Novant Health Twin City Pediatrics and before that, within Winston-Salem Pediatrics. Furthermore, he previously held a number of administrative and advisory board positions within Novant and practiced law with a specialty in healthcare and closely held corporate law. Dr. Bill has four grown children and while he no longer has to worry about their school absences, he still makes sure to remind them to wash their hands!
Dr. Steve Hodges
Dr. Hodges holds a B.A. degree from Duke University and a M.D. degree from Wake Forest University School of Medicine. He is currently an Associate Professor of Urology at Wake Forest Baptist Health. As the married father of three young girls, raising his children has greatly influenced areas of his professional life. For example, changing the diapers of three infants provided the inspiration to create Dr. Soother’s Healthy Wipes, a wipe designed to clean and soothe irritated skin, while reducing the risk of UTI in girls. Known by many as “Dr. Potty”, he also authored the book It’s No Accident: Breakthrough Solutions To Your Child’s Wetting, Constipation, UTIs, And Other Potty Problems. Dr. Hodges’ interest in the use of technology to improve healthcare outcomes, combined with his first-hand experience with the illnesses his children bring home from school, prompted the development of the Sneez app. Dr. Steve is counting on Sneez to keep his (and all) children safe and healthy.