During challenging times such as this, we can become disconnected from our neighbor, the people of God, and even God. This is a weekend for a network of future and current healthcare professionals from across the Northeast to gather in a sacred space to lean into the presence of GOD through worship, the word of God, and prayer; create community with colleagues; be refreshed and renewed in the beautiful setting of Sandy Cove Conference Center; and sent forth as Christ’s ambassadors. Do not miss this opportunity to reconnect with God and the people of God called to bring the hope and healing of Christ to the world through healthcare. Register Today!
Registration Fees: Fees cover conference registration, two nights lodging, four meals and one snack.
- Physician or Dentist: $489
- Assoc HP, Miss, Ret, Field Staff, PhD: $409
- (above are single occupancy rates)
- Student $99
- Saturday Day Guest (Adult/two meals): $99
Full Refund given prior to September 26, 2022 / 50% Refund given from September 27th until October 24th, 2022.
60 Sandy Cove Road
North East, MD 21901
Sandy Cove retreat center is located on the Northeast side of the eastern shore of the Chesapeake Bay. Surrounded by beautiful water, natural landscaping, one of the most serene places in the world. It’s hard to not feel God’s presence there. Sandy Cove Ministries is well equipped with a bookstore, prayer room, exercise room, indoor pool, delicious meals, and outdoor trails and fields. It is located 60 miles south of Philadelphia. Take I-95 to Exit 100-A (Southbound) or Exit 100 (Northbound) in Maryland, just south of the MD/DE state line. Take Rt. 272 South for 7 miles through North East, Maryland. Sandy Cove will be on the right. Better to leave early to avoid long delays in traffic. Friday dinner is on your own and there are several restaurants between the interstate and North East, Maryland.
Janet Kim, MD, MPH, FAAP, MA
Beacon Christian Community Health Center, Chief Medical Officer
A native of Chicago, Dr. Janet Kim completed undergraduate studies at Emory University as a double major in psychology and music. She received an MA in Bioethics from Trinity International University. She graduated New York Medical College with a combined MD/MPH degree with a concentration in health care finance and policy. She completed a dual residency in Internal Medicine/Pediatrics at Staten Island University Hospital and joined the staff of the health center afterward until 2006. Her involvement with Beacon began while still a resident, serving as a charter board member in 2003, then joining the staff full time as a physician in 2006, and then becoming its Chief Medical Officer in 2009. Janet retains dual-board certifications in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics and continues to see patients. As CMO, she has grown Beacon from a clinical staff of 3 providers providing 3,200 visits in 2006 to a staff of 12 providers, providing comprehensive medical care for adults and children, including women’s health services, totaling over 14,000 annual visits. On top of her professional duties and church and community involvement, she homeschools her 4 young children.
Pastor Bert L. Jones
Director, Leadership & Church Relations
Bert Jones serves as the Director of Leadership & Church Relations for the Christian Medical & Dental Associations (CMDA) in Bristol, TN. In this role, Bert oversees the Center for Wellbeing and church ministries. Bert also serves as the Chaplain of the CMDA.
Since 1988 Bert has led multiple teams across the street and around the world. Bert has traveled on 5 different Continents and to over 33 different Countries to teach and preach the Gospel. He has engaged in Leadership development nationally and internationally throughout his ministry
Mike Chupp, FACS, FCS (ECSA)
Chief Executive Officer
Christian Medical & Dental Associations®
Mike Chupp, MD, grew up in Mooresville, Indiana, the oldest of six kids. As an Eisenhower Scholar, he graduated Summa Cum Laude with a pre-med degree from Taylor University in 1984, and then he received his medical degree as an AOA scholar from Indiana University in 1988.