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A Message about Covid-19

We thank you for your patience during this trying time. We are still open for business with reduced hours and staff.

Our new hours:
Monday - Friday: 8am to 1pm

Phone Number:
(302) 648-2099

When calling the office, please leave a message if someone is not available to answer your call. We apologize for the inconvenience in this matter and look forward to getting back to normal soon.

Please stay safe and healthy!

Our Physicians

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Rhonda Davis, APRN, CNP

Rhonda H. Davis, APRN, CNP, came to The Pearl Clinic in 2014, with 25 years of practical clinical experience in nursing and dietetics.  Rhonda received her BS in Nutrition and Dietetics from Bowling Green State University in 1988.   A few years later, she was accepted to Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, and obtained her BS in Nursing in 1992. Rhonda worked as a Registered Nurse in a Medical-Surgical Unit at Church Hospital in Baltimore, MD; the Intensive Care Unit at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury, MD; the Emergency Room at Beebe Medical Center in Lewes, DE; and the Beebe Walk-In Care Center in Millville, DE.  In 2001 she returned to the nutrition field as a Consulting Dietician specializing in the unique needs of geriatric clients in nursing facilities and rehabilitation centers.  As the owner of Twilight Nutritional Consultants LLC, Rhonda’s dual qualifications as both a Registered Nurse and a Registered Dietician enabled her to efficiently and effectively manage the nutritional needs of her clients.  In 2014, Rhonda completed the Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner program through Wilmington University.  She currently works as a Primary Care Nurse Practitioner at The Pearl Clinic in Millsboro, DE.

Judy Howett, APRN, CNP

Judy Howett, Family Nurse Practitioner (APRN, CNP), has been practicing medicine in Southern Delaware for nearly 30 years. She worked in the emergency room at Beebe Medical center in Lewes, Delaware as well as the Beebe Urgent Care center in Millville, DE while she was a Registered Nurse (RN). While studying to get her Nurse Practitioner degree, Judy worked at Phillip C. Showell as the school nurse.  She practiced Family Medicine and Primary Care as a Nurse Practitioner in both Long Neck and Bethany in Delaware for the last decade.

Sherin Ibrahim Howett, DO

As the founder of The Pearl Clinic, it's my mission to provide the community with excellent primary and sub-specialty health care in a personalized fashion.  I strive to create an environment where you, as a patient, will feel valued, respected and appreciated.  You can always expect honesty, integrity and dedication from me and my staff to ensure that your health and needs are addressed.  I am committed to actively listening to your concerns and offering the most appropriate medical advice and encouraging you to make healthy lifestyle choices.   

Dr. Sherin Ibrahim Howett's Professional Path

I started my journey into medicine after high school by attending a 7-year accelerated program and graduating from the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine (NYCOM) in 2003. As an Osteopath, I believe in the philosophy that focuses on the body as a whole, instead of individual unrelated parts. Taking the road less traveled, I decided to complete an Osteopathic Rotating Internship at St. Vincent’s Midtown Hospital in Manhattan. In a hospital without residents, I learned to be efficient with my time, delegate authority and deal with the stress of being solely responsible for another's life. From there, I went on to do an Internal Medicine Residency at Morristown Memorial Hospital in NJ. My time in residency gave me the opportunity to learn evidence based medical practice, look at long-term goals of my patients and expand my fund of knowledge. I was also fortunate enough to have worked with Dr. Marc Benton, who introduced me to the field of Sleep Medicine. With his encouragement, I applied and successfully completed my Sleep Medicine Fellowship training at Clinilabs, Inc. in Manhattan in 2008. I just completed a 2-year surgical Critical Care Fellowship at Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan this past June 2010. The ICU allowed me to be meticulous about details, manage chaos and address end of life issues with patients and families.

All the stops along my path have helped shape me into the physician I am today.  If you want to read more about me, please visit my personal website,