Dr. Guthrie completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Kansas and attended medical school at the Drexel University College of Medicine. She completed residency training in family medicine at the New Hampshire Dartmouth Family Medicine Residency. After finishing her family medicine residency, Dr. Guthrie stayed in New Hampshire to complete the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Leadership Preventive Medicine Residency, where she also completed her Master’s in Public Health degree with a focus on quality improvement. She recently opened her own private practice, Sunflower Direct Primary Care in Downtown Henderson to provide the kind of care she has always dreamed of. She is also currently is the Chief Medical Officer for Maria Parham Health and Medical Director at Granville Vance Public Health, a district health department where she can improve care throughout her whole community.
Prior to moving to North Carolina, Dr. Guthrie was an active member of the New Hampshire Academy of Family Physicians, where she served as the resident representative to the Board. She has been on the board of the NCAFP for the past seven years. She enjoys giving back to the profession by teaching medical students and residents. Dr. Guthrie lives in Henderson, where she enjoys music, reading, cooking, and caring for her dog and chickens.