Behavioral Health Providers


Ayodele Ogunforowa, MD
Site: Lugoff  and McBee
Dr. Ogunforowa obtained his medical degree of psychiatry from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. He completed his residency at St. Vincent Hospital in New York, New York in 1999. Dr. Ogunforowa has been practicing in South Carolina since 2000. Presently, he is also employed with Santee Wateree Mental Health. Sandhills Medical Foundation Staff Member Since: 2006


Meghan K. Bowden, MSW, LMSW
Sites: Lugoff  and Kershaw
Megan has been with Sandhills Medical since 2020.

Anna Lee,LISW-CP
Sites: Jefferson, Kershaw, and McBee
Anna Lee, BSW, MSSW received a Bachelor of Science in Social Work degree at East Tennessee State University and a Master of Science in Social Work degree at University of Tennessee. She has worked in health care for over 30 years, beginning in the field of nursing, with an emphasis on geriatric, psychiatric and substance abuse. Prior to working at Sandhills, Ms. Lee was a Medical Social Worker for several years, and a Counselor for the South Carolina Department of Mental Health. She holds credentials as a Licensed Master Social Worker and is a member of the National Association of Social Workers. Since 2010, Ms. Lee has been proud to be part of the Sandhills team, providing behavioral health services to adults, adolescents, children, and families.

Matthew J. Wilkie, Jr., LISW-CP
Site: Sumter and Lugoff
Matthew Wilkie currently serves as Behavioral Health Therapist for the Sumter office. Matthew has served as Regional Supervisor and Clinical Consultant for the Governor’s Office of Continuum of Care. While with the Governor’s Office, Matthew implemented an evidenced based model, The Wrap Around Process, with high fidelity in the Region under his direction. Matthew received a Master of Social Work from the University of South Carolina’s College of Social Work specializing in the treatment of individuals, families, and groups. Matthew’s research interest include: the relationship between vulnerability, shame, and their role while treating adults victimized during childhood; the effectiveness of experiential psychotherapy with traumatized fostered youth, childhood trauma, and traumatic grief. Matthew currently teaches for the University of South Carolina and Coker College.