Dr. Rambeau is originally from Angier and graduated from Harnett Central High School. She received her undergraduate education at Gardner-Webb University before attending medical school at East Carolina University School of Medicine, graduating in 2000. She completed her residency training in Family Medicine at Self Regional Healthcare in Greenwood, South Carolina. She returned home to North Carolina in 2006 and joined Benson Area Medical Center. After nearly 14 years with BAMC, Dr. Rambeau has decided to open her own direct primary care practice here in Smithfield. Her passion is rural medicine, and she truly enjoys taking care of the hard-working folks of Johnston and Harnett County. She is board certified in Family Medicine and sees patients of all ages (including infants and toddlers).
Dr. Rambeau is married to her husband James, and they have a daughter, Katie and a son, Jameson--both of whom are growing up way too fast! She has an energetic goldendoodle named Lily and a lazy kitty named Ariel. She is a member of Piney Grove Chapel Baptist Church in Angier. Her hobbies include hiking and RV camping with her family.