Meet Our Providers
The skilled medical staff at our Atrium Health Floyd Rome High School clinic can provide expert care for students. Whether your child needs an annual wellness check or develops a fever while at school, they can be seen during school hours with parent permission but without parents having to leave work and students having to miss additional class time.
The clinic will accept appointments for routine check-ups, sports physicals and vaccinations. To learn more see the
services we provide.
Staci Graves, PA-C
Graves is a Physician Assistant and is the primary health care provider in the clinic. She was raised in Lindale and has a daughter in Rome City Schools. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in biology and chemistry from Shorter College. She received her Master of Medical Science degree from Mercer University in Atlanta.
Tyler Barnes, M.D.
Dr. Tyler Barnes, a Rome pediatrician, is a native of Rockmart. He provides vaccinations and sick care visits for children and teenagers. His pediatric interests include ADHD management and healthy lifestyles/obesity management. He is board certified and is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Lyndsay B. Claroni, D.O.
Dr. Lyndsay Claroni is serving as medical director of the clinic. She is a local physician who provides medical care to all ages in our community. She also is medical director of Floyd’s School Nurse program in Polk County, bringing clinical oversight to the care school nurses give to children.