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Our Vision:

The CMDA Center for Well-being helps Christian healthcare professionals align with God, optimize well-being and maximize influence.

Who We Are

Meet Our Team

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Pastor Bert Jones

Director of Leadership and 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. Bert coauthored the book “Servant Leadership Proverbs” in 2017, with Dr. David Stevens, published by the CMDA. Prior to this project, Dr. Stevens and Bert coauthored the book “Leadership Proverbs” published by the CMDA as well. Bert is also the author of “Practical Youth Ministry” published by Bristol books.
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Steve Sartori, MD, ACC

Dr. Steve Sartori is a physician life and leadership coach, who helps doctors and other healthcare professionals align with God, optimize well-being and maximize influence. A graduate of The Medical College of Wisconsin, he has been CEO of a private group practice, chief of staff at two hospitals, faculty member for a family medicine residency program, and chief medical officer for a faith-based community health center. He has served CMDA as a board member and treasurer, and has participated in mission trips to Jamaica, Thailand, Romania, Kenya, and Eswatini. He is married, with two adult children, and enjoys traveling and sports. An avid fan of the Green Bay Packers, he can sometimes be seen wearing a cheesehead.
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Ken Jones, PCC

Ken Jones joined CMDA in 2005 and is the area director for the San Francisco Bay Area and Redding. In addition to 43 years of pastoral ministry, Ken is an ICF-certified physician development coach and a published author. His work has been published with some of Christian publishing’s most well-known houses, including Thomas Nelson, Fleming H. Revell and Multnomah. He is the 1994 recipient of the Mt. Hermon Christian Writer’s Conference “Christian Writer of the Year.” Ken and his wife Randee were pastors for 37 years before he joined CMDA. They have three sons and six grandchildren.
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Ann Tsen, MD

Dr. Ann Tsen is a board certified internist and life and leadership coach, certified by the international coach federation. She serves on the advisory councils for Life & Leadership Coaching and Women Physicians in Christ, ministries of the Christian Medical and Dental Association (CMDA). She has also acted as a campus advisor for the local CMDA student chapter along with her husband, who is also a physician. She has experience in domestic and international missions, and she currently practices part-time at a faith-based charity clinic where she incorporates coaching into her medical practice. Ann is passionate about using coaching to help women in healthcare move forward in their personal and professional lives. When she is not coaching, Ann enjoys working in her garden, playing her guitar, capturing beauty through her camera lens, and taking long walks on the beach.
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Darilyn Campbell Falck, MD FACEP

Director of Mentoring, CMDA Center for Well-Being
Darilyn Falck is the Director of Mentoring for the CMDA Center for Well-Being. She is a board-certified emergency medicine physician and a fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians. She is a graduate of Eastern Virginia Medical School and completed her residency in emergency medicine at Loma Linda University Medical Center. She is passionate about mentoring medical students and has been mentoring and encouraging others to mentor students for over twenty years. While on faculty of a medical school, she served as Assistant Dean of Student Affairs and advised, counselled, and mentored hundreds of medical students. She has over twenty years of clinical emergency medicine experience and currently practices telemedicine urgent care. She is transitioning from clinical work to focus on coaching and mentoring those in training. She is enrolled in an Accredited Coach Training Program and is completing course work and coaching hours towards an ACC. Dr. Falck intends to focus her coaching efforts with medical students and residents.
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Ron Brown

Member Care Specialist
Ron was born to missionary parents who served on the Texas/Mexico border and Honduras. He developed a burden for missionary kids and majored in biology and secondary education at Asbury College. Ron completed a master’s degree in Guidance and Counseling at Eastern Kentucky University and has done graduate study at Fuller Seminary’s School of World Mission in Pasadena, CA. He has been married to his lovely wife Becky, for 49 years. Together they served ten years with Native Americans in Arizona, six years in Spain and six years doing recruitment for World Gospel Mission on the campus of Asbury College and Seminary. They have four married children ages 46, 44, 42, 30, and 7 grandkids. Since joining Christian Medical & Dental Association (CMDA) in June 1999, Ron assumed responsibility with the Global Health Outreach (GHO) department for the Latin American outreaches, with a special focus on Honduras and the mobile medical unit ministry. In 2007 the focus moved from Honduras to Nicaragua where 10 out of the fifty plus teams GHO sends each year will go. He has led GHO teams to Latin America, the Caribbean, Eastern Europe, N Africa, the Middle East, and the Far East. Ron has trained and mentored GHO team leaders, as well as recruited and organized for the other teams, with the GHO support staff. Teaching, administration, counseling, mentoring and recruiting have been Ron’s heart in ministry. Ron has traveled to over 40 countries on mission trips with World Gospel Mission and GHO. Ron will transition from full time at GHO in July, to part time as an Ambassador and Member Care Specialist for the Center for Well-being. He has a special concern for the over 800 medical missionaries that are part of CMDA membership. He will provide pastoral care for CMDA members in need and assist the Center for Well-Being team in ministering to healthcare professionals. This includes providing prayer, hope, encouragement and spiritual support. He continues to develop personal coaching skills to assist in this ministry. This new ministry is a step of faith as he has been asked to raise his support for this position.

What We Do:

We Empower

You to achieve and sustain a life of well-being and Kingdom impact through our Life and Leadership coaching ministry.

We Lead

Well-being retreats for healthcare professionals.

We Speak

At local, regional, national and international events.

We Write

Blogs, Articles and Books designed to help you thrive.

We Connect

You to resources and to others who can support you in community.