Our Care Team
Medical practice is just one piece to a comprehensive care plan.
In order to maximize the results of the medical piece and to recover our independence, health, and vitality from chronic conditions and developmental delays, we strongly encourage patients to layer well-timed pieces to a care plan. These pieces will work in combination to support our patients’ bodies to heal from countless medical conditions resulting in various symptom sets. We have created our Patient Provider Workbook to summarize the various pieces to a care plan. Ask about it today!
Clinical Coordinator & FMCHC
I work with patients to make sense of medical guidance and information. Together we look at all aspects of the patient’s life so to identify small steps which are reasonable to take based on the patient’s unique, current circumstances. I love watching people heal from a once-thought dead end diagnosis. I feel extremely blessed to be on the brink of transforming healthcare.
I’ve been a health coach since 2002 and have created programs such as Gentle Yoga for All, which has been disseminated regionally for Marshall University. I’ve created Good Medicine’s Conscious Conception and Autism Remission programs, I’m a project manager for Pure Encapsulations, and I’m a course facilitator for the Functional Medicine Coaching Academy.
In Fall of 2013, I opened an Autism Recovery clinic in Dayton, Ohio that Dr. Morris visited. We shared the same good fortune of bringing our children out of Autism and became partners at our first meeting. We later decided to merge our clinic models into Good Medicine in Oxford, Ohio.
My husband, two boys, and I are avid whitewater boaters, mountain bikers, campers, hikers, gardeners, and travelers. Nature is my wellspring. Any chance I get, I head for the woods. I am so grateful to be a part of Good Medicine and very thankful for the opportunity to help people navigate their journey toward personal transformation.
Structural Integration Therapist, LMT
I have been an Ohio Licensed massage therapist since 1998 and I have trained in several modalities since then such as Upledger Institute in Craniosacral Therapy. I use mainly Myofascial Release and Craniosacral techniques to help the body heal. If you’re interested, check out our Structural Integration offerings.
I have always wanted to be part of my husband’s practice, because Functional Medicine makes so much sense to me and treating the whole person is the way it should be. I love the teamwork of this staff and how fantastic they are at creating a flow for the patients. I am excited to be working with Dr. Warden DC on patients’ structural issues.
In my free time, I enjoy biking, rock climbing, yoga, ice skating, and I like to write. Integrating the mind, body and spirit is my goal.
Office Mngr, Medical Asst & Health Coach
I received my Health Coach education through the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. I am also a Certified Medical Assistant and earned my Associate of Applied Science from Ivy Tech Community Collage.
I’ve been working with Good Medicine since 2014 and joined because I believe in the way that Dr. Morris practices medicine. I have seen the difference that Functional Medicine and a healthy lifestyle has made in my own life and I hope to pass that same knowledge along to others.
I love to cook up new health concoctions, spend quality time with friends and family, exercising, and being involved in my local church. I really enjoy the opportunity to see and be a part of lives being changed every day at Good Medicine.
I graduated with my degree in Nursing Sciences from Ivy Tech College in 2010. I worked two positions at a hospital–one on the Medical Surgical unit and one in the Emergency Department. I transitioned to a full-time charge nurse position in the ER, earning my ACLS certification (advanced cardiovascular life support) and overseeing the department during my shifts. Occasionally, I also worked in the Intensive Care Unit. I aquired an abundance of experience and knowledge in my nearly 10 years there before coming to Good Medicine.
Prior to joining Good Medicine, I was working long, crazy shifts in a hospital where it seemed I was mostly spinning my wheels, seeing the same patients again and again with return of the same problems. It was disheartening to see such a huge amount of people taking twenty prescription medications or more, suffering the side effects of those medications, still suffering with their illnesses, and never feeling well. While I know lives were saved in the moment, I wondered why we couldn’t also save them in the long run–why couldn’t we improve their health so they didn’t have to come to the hospital in the first place? I desperately wanted to find an environment where people saw improvement in their health, where they wanted to be an active player in that improvement and where I could be part of the team helping them do that. Often times, it was if I was placing a bandaid on the issue at hand rather than helping to heal the problem–that’s the difference at Good Medicine, there are no bandaids. Dr.Morris and our team strive to heal and improve lives.
My co-workers are like family, it’s nice to wake up each day knowing we all work well together. It’s a laid back environment where we have fun while we work to help others. And you can’t beat the kindness Dr.Morris shows to his staff and patients, it truly makes a world of difference.
I am the definition of a “Fur Mommy”–my dogs are my kids. They mean the world to me, along with my husband and family, of course! My family is my world, spending time with them is what I do for fun.
Medical Assistant/Lab Tech
I graduated Talawanda High School in 1991. After working 9 years in a local factory, I decided to become a Medical Assistant in 2000. I have worked in several different offices including an Urgent Care. In addition to medical assisting, I am the lab tech for Good Medicine.
I worked with Dr.Morris for several years before he opened his own practice. His kind nature made it easy to follow him to Good Medicine.
I have enjoyed seeing the positive tranformation of our chronically ill patients through nutritional and functional methods. I take pride in my job knowing that we have made a positive impact on someone’s life.
I am a mother of three children. I enjoy being around them and their numerous activities from fair animals to my son’s tractor pulls. We recently purchased a swimming pool, so enjoying these summer days!
Medical Assistant & Receptionist
I graduated with an Associates of Science in Medical Assisting from Ivy Tech Community College in Richmond, IN in 2015. I started at Good Medicine at that time, working as a medical assistant and have since moved up to the front desk taking care of checking patients in and collecting payments.
I got the opportunity to job shadow at Good Medicine while I was still in school. This office and the way the Drs. think and treat people are like nothing I had ever experienced in school or on a personal level. Not only do I get to see and experience things every day that I probably would not at any other office, but I also feel like I learn more here than I ever could have in school.
I love how close everyone in the office is. I feel like everyone here is so diverse and we all have our strengths, but also all complement each other. It helps that we all have the same ridiculous personalities! It does not necessarily feel like we are co-workers, but more like family! Dr. Morris and Dr. Warden value our opinions on everything in the office. They both make sure we have the latest education on anything that may be going on, and do not hesitate to answer any questions we may have. I truly enjoy coming to work everyday!
I have four kids ranging from ages 10 down to 6 months so my fun is always involving what they have going on. We have dance, soccer, and T-ball. My husband and I just bought a new camper so hopefully we will be able to spend our extra time on the weekends at the campground.
Medical Assistant & Receptionist
In my 10 years as an STNA/MA, I have worked on the inpatient floor at a hospital. I have also worked with patients inside their home.
Having been in the medical field in the Oxford area, I have always heard great things about Dr. Morris and Dr. Warden. The day I came in for my interview, I was amazed by how inviting the office environment was. I was greeted by such genuine and friendly people. When I had the opportunity to meet both of the doctors and the rest of the amazing medical staff, I knew this would be a perfect fit for me.
First and foremost, I enjoy my work family. We truly are a team and it makes coming to work easy. I like that we aren’t just “staff” to Dr. Morris and Dr. Warden. They welcome our questions and value our opinions. They also go out of their way to make sure we all know we are appreciated. At Good Medicine, our doctors help patients who may have complex medical issues. Both of our doctors take the time to ensure we are educated on any of these issues. I honestly enjoy coming to work every day!
I enjoy spending time with my husband and two teenage boys. If we aren’t attending one of their many sporting events, you will find us camping, hiking or boating.
Our Team Knows How to Live the Solution
We highly recommend scheduling appointments with our Collaborative Care Team to continue evolving your personalized care plan. Each of our team members have experienced their own personal and family healing journey from debilitating health symptoms. Our team knows how to Live the Solution and is eager to help you experience the same good fortune.