Learning to Share Your Faith w/Patients
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Dr. Mike Chupp and Rev. Bill Reichart are joined on this week’s CMDA Matters episode by Ray Flageolle and Amy Rathbone, two medical students at Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine. Ray and Amy are actively involved with CMDA’s campus ministry, and this is a great chance to hear how CMDA is impacting students and helping them learn how to share their faith with their patients.
Meet Our Guests
Loren “Ray” Flageolle is a third year medical student at Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine (CUSOM), who served as the Vice President of her CMDA chapter during the 2020-21 school year. Prior to starting medical school, Ray earned a M.S. in functional nutrition, owned a personal training business and taught undergraduate courses in personal and community health, human nutrition and anatomy and physiology II lab. Ray and her husband Zack have been married for 11 years; they have a 6-year-old daughter, Navy Ray. Having left their support system in Kansas City for Ray to attend CUSOM in North Carolina, the Lord has graciously blessed their family with abundant, Christian community through their local church and CMDA. Ray’s primary purpose for pursuing a medical education is to meet the health needs of rural communities through connection, medicine and health education.
Amy Rathbone grew up in the mountains of North Carolina and developed a passion for medicine at a young age. She attended Wake Forest University for her undergraduate education, and she is currently a fourth year student at Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine (CUSOM). She considers it such a privilege to be able to serve God and glorify Him through helping patients. She is planning to pursue a career in family medicine upon graduation from medical school.