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Rick Donlon

Dr. Rick Donlon is an Internal Medicine and Pediatrics physician in Memphis, Tennessee. Previously, Donlon was the co- founder and CEO of Resurrection Health Services and also helped found and grow Christ Community Health Services, a primary care health center for the poor in Memphis’ most medically underserved neighborhoods.

Dr. Donlon completed a combined internal medicine and pediatrics residency at The University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis, Tennessee, after graduating from Louisiana State University School of Medicine in New Orleans. He and his wife, Laurie, have seven children. Their home is in the Binghampton neighborhood of Memphis, where he serves as an elder in their house church network. He has been a CMDA speaker throughout the country.

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Ben McKinney

Dr. McKinney currently lives in South Dallas and works at an inner city clinic in the south side of Dallas called City Square Health Services Clinic.

Dr. McKinney graduated from Baylor University and the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine. He completed residency in Memphis, Tennessee at Resurrection Health Family Medicine Residency.

Dr. McKinney and his wife have two young daughters. Ben was radically transformed by the Grace of God prior to entering medical school and began to slowly understand God’s heart for the entire world, for His name to be made much of, and his unique love for the orphan, widow, sojourner and poor, as well as the pharisee.

He quickly learned how medicine can be used to proclaim and demonstrate the gospel and show the love of Christ to these populations.

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Steve Noblett

Steve has been the CEO of Christian Community Health Fellowship in Memphis, TN since 2007. Previously he was involved in church planting and Christian leadership development in the U.S., the U.K., southern and central Africa, India, and Central America. In 1993 he founded City Builders Youth Organization, a youth-based Christian community development organization in urban Memphis.

"There is no greater field of need or opportunity than among the underserved. Christian healthcare to the poor is a major key in helping the church to break out of its bubble and reconnect the world with the message of Christ and His Kingdom." In addition to his work with CCHF, Steve and his wife, Victoria, continue to work with urban youth in an under-resourced area of Memphis. They have two grown daughters and a foster-son, all of whom love Jesus, and are committed to serving Christ by serving others. Steve would love to show you pictures of his granddaughter, Maddie, or share stories from his latest fishing trip

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Geogy Thomas

Dr. Thomas serves as the Chief Medical Officer at Dayspring Family Health Center in Jellico, TN. Hailing from the Chicago area, he received his bachelor’s and MD from the University of Illinois, and finished his Family Practice training at Ventura, CA. In 2015, Dr. Thomas completed the Physician Executive MBA program through the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. He has served as the Chief Medical Officer since 2007.

Dr. Thomas is married to Jessie Thomas and they have three children. He loves hiking, reading, spending time with his family, and serving in the church. He is committed to excellence, compassionate leadership, and joy in the journey.

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Jonathan Wilson

Dr. Wilson serves as Lead Physician over the Underserved Service Line at Novant Health in Charlotte North Carolina. Dr. Wilson completed his undergraduate at Covenant College and medical school at the Medical College of Georgia. During medical school, he was awarded a Fogarty Fulbright Public Health scholarship and researched HIV and health behaviors in Durban, South Africa in 2012. He completed his family medicine residency at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte and is board certified in Family Medicine. He helped start the Smith Family Wellness Center, a charitable integrative care clinic that serves mainly immigrants and refugees in East Charlotte.

He and his wife Ingrid and their three kids live in East Charlotte and love soaking up the diversity, great food and culture it possesses. He loves traveling with his family, playing soccer, reveling in the outdoors, and practicing spiritual disciplines.

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Robert Campbell

Dr. Robert Campbell is the co- founder and Medical Director of Christ Community Health Services in Augusta, Georgia. He has served on the local CMDA council in Augusta and has twice served as a board member of Christian Community Health Fellowship. He was born and raised in Peoria, Illinois. After graduating from Vanderbilt University he completed a one year course of study at Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, MO. Dr. Campbell is a graduate of the University of Illinois College of Medicine and finished his combined Internal Medicine/Pediatrics residency at University of Tennessee, Memphis.

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