Theme: Practice Leadership – Our calling as doctors is a calling to provide excellent clinical care for our patients. However, there are additional ways in which we can honor the Lord through our profession. We have the opportunity to direct those under our charge, exemplifying the servant leadership of our Savior. We can interact with our colleagues, seeking opportunities to share with them the reason for the hope that is in us. And the physical care we provide for our patients can create huge opportunities to address their spiritual needs as well.
Each morning, before hitting the slopes, we will start the day with devotions provided by one of our attendees followed by a group discussion of one of the Faith Prescriptions episodes. Then each evening we will tackle a topic related to Practice Leadership, with plenty of time for iron to sharpen iron as we consider how to best apply what has been presented.
Presenters: Dr. William “Griff” Griffin, CMDA’s Vice President for Dental Ministries, and Dr. Greg Gilbaugh, founder of the Kalos Business Group
Registration includes the healthcare professional AND their spouse plus (3) three dinners at The Chalet. Registrants assume all cost of travel to and from the conference and assume all responsibility for travel and medical insurance.
Registration closes 1-31-23 or whenever capacity of 20 adults is reached.
- CMDA graduate member: $495
- Non-member graduate: $595
- Spouse – no charge.
- Children age 5 or under – no charge.
- Children age 6 or over – $45 each
- Full registration refund available until 12-15-22. Fifty percent refund available until 1-15-23.
- The Chalet: $2,100/week (full week only) – Four (4) bedrooms are available on a first-come, first-served basis. **Choose this option in registration. If this option is full and you would like to be put on a waiting list in case of a cancellation, please email us at email@example.com.
- Christie Lodge in Avon, CO: ~$249 – 309/night + tax. **Registrant books own lodging: christielodge.com
- Comfort Suites in Avon, CO: ~$185/night + tax **Price varies per night. Registrant books own lodging – ask for CMDA discount: https://www.choicehotels.com/reservations/groups/JA30N5
- Other Options: Your choice – Registrant finds and books own lodging.
Dr. Greg Gilbaugh is a dental entrepreneur who has founded two large multi-doctor, multi-specialty dental clinics and has served on a pastoral team for over twenty years. As a speaker, writer, and executive coach, Dr. Greg integrates sound Biblical theology with business and leadership wisdom to allow others to have a significant impact on themselves, their businesses, homes, churches, and communities. Dr. Greg and his wife, Laura, live in Coralville, Iowa where they have raised, nurtured, and loved their nine children.
Dr. William “Griff” Griffin has been a CMDA member for almost four decades and has served as Vice President for Dental Ministries since 2019. He is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame, and received his DDS degree from Virginia Commonwealth University School of Dentistry. During his private practice career, Dr. Griffin cared for the dentally needy in serving as dental director and board chairman for the Lackey Clinic in Yorktown, Virginia. Additionally, he has enjoyed international opportunities to spread the love of Christ through serving on about 60 dental mission trips. His career in healthcare has led him to discover the strong ties between physical health and spiritual health, and he currently serves as Director of CMDA’s Faith Prescriptions video resource to help Christian caregivers share the love of Christ with their patients.
Monday – Friday
7:15 am – Devotions and Faith Prescriptions at The Chalet or on Zoom (episodes TBD by attendees)
8:30 am – 5:30 pm – Free time
5:30 pm – Dinner at The Chalet: Mon, Tues, Thursday
7:00 pm – Practice Leadership; Discussion at The Chalet
8:30 pm – Sessions conclude
- Business Vision and Mission: Deeply Personal – Deeply Spiritual
- How to Develop Your Greatest Asset at Work – Your Team
- God’s Job Description For Us
- Stewardship: Making the Most of What You’ve Got
- The High Spiritual Value of Work