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Family Medicine Class of 2014 Residents

Molly Benedum, MD
Molly Benedum, MD
Medical School: University of North Carolina
Undergraduate: University of North Carolina
Philosophy: A family practitioner is granted the unique privilege of treating the whole person - mind, body and soul - throughout the lifespan from before birth to old age. At times a teacher, friend, healer, confidante, I strive to partner with patients to keep them healthy and happy.

Erika Chambliss, MD
Erika Chambliss, MD
Medical School: Eastern Virginia Medical School
Undergraduate: University of Virginia
Philosophy: Medicine is as diverse as people are; part of a beautifully complex system that involves a multitude of providers all interested in ensuring our patient's health, growth, and well-being.  As a physician, my focus is concentrated on playing my part as a team player, advocate and facilitator - assuring my patients succeed in living a healthy life.

Anna Claugus, MD
Anna Claugus, MD
Medical School: Wright State University
Undergraduate: The Ohio State University
Philosophy: A family physician takes into account the whole person to facilitate healing. As each individual is different, [so too] is their response to disease. A family physician also partners with each member of the family in their path towards better health.

John Emerson, MD
John Emerson, MD
Medical School: University of South Florida College of Medicine
Undergraduate: Florida Southern College
Philosophy: My goal as a family physician is to partner with a diverse group of patients in addressing all concerns regarding aspects of health and wellness. I hope to do this by understanding what encompasses a patient’s family, identifying what things matter to the patient, and then empowering my patients to pursue the healthiest and most fulfilling lives possible.

Steven Moore, MD
Steven Moore, MD
Medical School: Florida State University College of Medicine – Ft. Pierce
Undergraduate: Florida State University –Tallahassee
Philosophy: As a physician, we must strive for optimal patient care while continuing to focus on treating the person and not just the disease.

Cecilie Only, MD
Cecilie Only, MD
Medical School: Florida State University College of Medicine
Undergraduate: Florida State University - Tallahassee
Philosophy: Being a doctor is more than just treating the body - it is treating the person as a whole.

Kimbre Vogel, MD
Kimbre Vogel, MD
Medical School: Indiana University School of Medicine
Undergraduate: Purdue University
Philosophy: I believe that the patient/physician relationship is a partnership. My role as a primary care physician is to provide continuity and comprehensive care to the individual as a whole, encompassing all physical, emotional, and psycho-social aspects.

Erin Voss, MD
Erin Voss, MD
Medical School: University of Wisconsin School of Medicine & Public Health
Undergraduate: University of Maryland
Philosophy: I believe the true practice of medicine involves a collaboration between a patient, physician, and other team members to improve the mental, physical, and social health of all patients.

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