Staff

David Liebman, MD

Professional
  • Bachelor of Science in biochemistry from University of California at Riverside
  • Doctorate of Medicine from Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, GA
  • Internal Medicine residency at Cottage Hospital in Santa Barbara, CA
  • Board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine since 1993
Personal
  • I grew up in Los Angeles, California.
  • I am married to Maria Oliveira MD and have 2 children, a son Noah & daughter Hana, who are both young adults.
  • My interests include mountain hiking, cooking, reading, art, traveling with my family, and walks with MacDuff.
  • I have lived and worked in Clemson since 1996.

Barbara Dillard

Barbara has worked with me for many years in the roles of receptionist, administrative assistant, and billing specialist. She has gotten to know my patients very well over the years and can often anticipate their needs. She is a friendly, enthusiastic, can-do person who does her job with confidence and an appreciated sense of humor and understanding.

Carrie Kirby

Carrie has been working as a medical assistant for 14 years. She is a wonderful addition to my staff and provides excellent care with attention to detail and ensures that nothing is left undone. Her sense of responsibility and thoroughness are apparent in the way she completes tasks in a reliable manner and often goes beyond what is asked of her. Carrie's calm and pleasant personality helps to keep everything running smoothly in the office.

MacDuff

Provides cheer and emotional support as needed.

Our Pledge

Both Carrie and Barbara have developed a cooperative teamwork and genuine fellowship that enhances my ability to perform as a physician. Together, our team at Mountain Laurel Internal Medicine pledges to provide you with personal, compassionate, and competent care that is second to none. Please feel free to offer any suggestions to improve our practice and share any concerns you may have regarding your care. We pledge to always listen to your concerns and do our best to address them in a satisfactory manner.