Dr. Stafford was born and grew up in Quakertown, PA. Becoming a doctor was all he ever wanted to do. He did his undergraduate work at Bob Jones University and went to Temple University in Philadelphia for medical school. Dr. Stafford taught high school science for one year at Upper Bucks Christian School between college and medical school. He did his family medicine residency at Hunterdon Medical Center in Flemington, NJ. During his residency he was chief resident for two years and received the Teacher of the Year award. Upon finishing his residency, Dr. Stafford started a solo family practice in Flemington, NJ. After 14 years practicing in New Jersey, Dr. Stafford moved to South Carolina in 2003. He practiced with University Medical Associates in Greenville for two years.
In 2005, Dr. Stafford established Cornerstone Family Medicine
in Greer, where he lives.
Dr. Stafford and his wife, Carol, have four children who are all married. Warren lives in Greenville and is an auto mechanic. Kevin lives in Charlotte. He is a police officer and an officer in the Army Guard. Nathan lives in Atlanta and is a carpenter. Janelle lives in Spartanburg and is a K-4 teacher. They have eight grandchildren: Kaden, Madison, Michael, Avia, Logan, Caroline, Charlotte, and Everly.
Dr Stafford and Carol enjoy spending time with their family, their church and on their small farm in Pickens.