Our Team

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Mike Conaway – Executive Director

After serving the Healing Bridge Clinic for several years, first as a board member, then board President, then part-time Executive Director, Mike became the first full-time Executive Director on January 1, 2018. Under various phases of Mike’s leadership, the Healing Bridge Clinic has grown and increased the community impact. He is passionate about serving this faith-based organization and is excited to utilize his experience as an entrepreneur, pastor, and community connector to increase awareness and keep the HBC on mission.

Mike loves PTC and the surrounding area and wants to see the HBC touch as many people as possible while doing everything with excellence. Please contact Mike directly at 470.615.2839 or director@healingbridgeclinic.org to learn more about the clinic or to become a partner.

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Kathryn Muncher – Clinic Coordinator

Kat Muncher's nursing career started in 2014 after graduating from the nursing program at West Georgia Technical College. After earning her licensed practical nursing certificate, she was offered a life-changing position at Piedmont Fayette Hospital working in the ICU. Kat became immersed in a fast-paced environment that offered her the opportunity to expand her healthcare knowledge and training. In 2016, she transitioned into home health care, specializing in geriatrics. Kat was able to provide one-on-one healthcare to patients in their own home while ensuring their dignity and ability to maintain independence. The position made her fall in love with nursing all over again. In 2018, Kat stepped back from her career when she gave birth to her first child, a role that taught her true care and endless patience. She returned to health care in 2021 when she joined the team at the Healing Bridge Clinic in her role as Clinic Coordinator. “I am overjoyed to now have the chance to reach my community in a new and exciting way through Healing Bridge Clinic,” Kat said. “Connection, care, and support are key in a healthy lifestyle. I believe that I can deliver exceptional healthcare in a truly loving and positive environment.”

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Kim Campbell – Family Nurse Practitioner

Kim Campbell dreamed of becoming a nurse as a small child. She completed her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree in 1990 and went to work on a medical-surgical unit in a local hospital. Kim continued to grow and learn in the role of registered nurse but knew she wanted to do something more with her career. She decided to complete her master’s degree in nursing as a Family Nurse Practitioner in 1996. Kim has worked most of her career in the family practice setting in both Kentucky as well as in Georgia. She also had the wonderful opportunity to learn and grow as a nursing educator. While teaching at Georgia State University, she obtained her Doctoral of nursing practice degree from Georgia College and State University. While teaching in the graduate program at Clayton State University, Kim realized she missed the patient interaction. When the opportunity came up to also work at Healing Bridge Clinic, she accepted it. “Being able to treat patients at the Healing Bridge clinic has been such a blessing. I can spend more time with each patient than I would be able to in a traditional doctor’s office,” she said. “The patients feel cared about and cared for in a more personal way.”

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Tracey Christensen - Media Coordinator

Tracey Christensen started work at the Healing Bridge Clinic in 2022 as part of a grant program to market the COVID-19 vaccine. When the program ended, she took the opportunity to join the staff as the clinic’s first marketing and media coordinator. Tracey spent most of her career working in local media, first as a producer and then executive producer. She then transitioned into digital content production and social media marketing. In 2012, Tracey left television to join the growing marketing team at Piedmont Healthcare. In 2015, she returned to television when she accepted a new role managing digital strategy at WSB-TV and eventually became the station’s Director of Digital and Local Programming. She left the station in 2020 and teamed up with several former colleagues to handle content production and digital marketing for a variety of clients. Tracey is the recipient of eight regional Emmy Awards, a Bronze and Gold Telly Award, two Edward R. Murrow Awards, four AP Broadcasters Association Awards, and a Target Gold Award for Social Media Marketing by the Georgia Society for Healthcare Marketing and Public Relations.

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Dr. Bennett – Medical Director

Ray B. Bennett, MD is board certified in family medicine and has over 15 years of experience in research and community health. Committed to serving the community, Dr. Bennett is director of the Healing Bridge Clinic, a non-profit that provides free, primary health care for the uninsured in Fayette, Coweta and South Fulton counties. He believes that everyone on earth has a gift. “The core of my gift is to help others,” he says. “I’ve had the fortune to learn from great educators who provided me a foundation to use that gift of helping others through medicine.”

Board of Directors

Kathy Ryland –

Kathy Ryland –

President Retired Health Care Consultant

Michelle Camper –

Michelle Camper –

Treasurer Federal Tax Manager

Mark Trail -

Mark Trail -

State. of Ga. Medicaid Director (Retired)

Dr. Mark Becknell -

Dr. Mark Becknell -

Pediatrician

Dr. Rebecca Morgan -

Dr. Rebecca Morgan -

Ph.D Nursing Professor, Clayton State University

Hannah Gray -

Hannah Gray -

Pharmacy Manager

Sharon Grant -

Sharon Grant -

CEO, Oasis of Serenity Counseling & Consulting

Patrick Brown -

Patrick Brown -

V.P. Business Development, Cancer Treatment Centers of America

Ron Finch -

Ron Finch -

Retired Pilot

Dr. Christa Springston -

Dr. Christa Springston -

Internal Medicine Founder, HealthSprings Direct