David McInnes, M.D., M.S.Ed, FAAFP
University of Missouri - Columbia School of Medicine, 1981
American Board of Family Medicine, 1984 - Recertified 1990, 1996, 2002
Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians, 1984
National Institute for Program Director Development, 1996
Teaching and Learning Faculty Development Fellowship, 2000
Educational Leadership, Fellowship, 2001
M.S.Ed. (Medical Education) University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine, 2001
Terrence L. Soldo, D.O.
Osteopathic Program Director
Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, 1990
American Board of Family Medicine, 1993 - Recertified 2000, 2007
Fellowship - Faculty Development in Family Medicine, UNC, Chapel HillC, 1998
American Osteopathic Board of Family Physicians, 2008
Felix Acholonu, M.D.
SUNY Health Science Center at Brooklyn, 1981
American Board of OB/GYN, 1987 - Recertified 1997
LaRae Brown, M.D., FACOG
University of Florida, 2008
American Board of OB/GYN, 2015
Fellow of the American Board of OB/GYN, 2015
Dr. LaRae Coleman Brown is one of the faculty obstetricians and gynecologists for the St. Vincent's Family Medicine Residency Program. Dr. Brown grew up in Fernandina Beach, FL and earned her undergraduate degree at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida. She attended the University of Florida College of Medicine, graduating with Honors in 2008. Her residency training was at the University of Florida College of Medicine- Jacksonville, FL where she received numerous teaching awards and recognition for her outstanding clinical performance, professionalism, and work ethic. She was elected the Administrative Chief Resident during her last year of training as well. She was an associate professor in the Department of OB/GYN at the University of Florida after her Residency training. Dr. Brown joined the St. Vincent’s faculty in 2014 and is looking forward to contributing to the OB/GYN training of the residents in an immediate and impactful way. She brings her enthusiasm for teaching to the St. Vincent's system and looks forward to her future within the department and in the Jacksonville community. In her spare time, Dr. Brown enjoys reading, traveling, sewing and creating art. She especially loves spending time with her family, which includes a husband and five children.
Danielle Carter, M.D.
American Board of Family Medicine, 2013
William Cody, M.D.
University of Tennesee, 1982
American Board of OB/GYN, 1990 - Recertified 1999
Sonya J. Dominguez, M.D.
American Board of Family Medicine, 2006
Dr. Sonya Dominguez graduated from Brown University School of Medicine in 2002. She completed her Family Medicine Residency at St. Vincent's in 2005, where she was Chief Resident, and received the STFM Outstanding Teacher Award. She has been a Family Medicine Faculty and the Medical Director for St. Vincent's Associate Health and Wellness since 2005.
Dr. Dominguez is interested in Community Service and Leadership. She started a Reach Out and Read Chapter at the residency in 2003, which has distributed over 15,000 free books to children in Northeast Florida. She has been awarded several community service awards, including the Brown University/Fleet Fellows Award, the Jacksonville Times Union 40 Under 40 Award, and the Daughters of the American Revolution Award.
Dr. Dominguez recently completed a fellowship in Program Director Development, and has an academic interest in research in Emotional Intelligence and Medical Humanities.
She is happily married with two small children whom she talks about incessantly, and enjoys boating, walking her sweet dog, and being an overenthusiastic soccer mom.
She has been at this program for 10 years, and affirms that she has never once dreaded coming to work; “It is incredibly progressive and a place where we have the right balance of work and play. It is a very supportive group of faculty and residents who truly enjoy their calling to Family Medicine.”
Helena J. Karnani, M.D.
The University of Birmingham, England, 1981
American Board of Family Medicine, 1993 - Recertified 1999, 2005
Fellow of the American Academy of Family Practice, 1997
Dr. Helena Karnani was born in England where she went to medical school at Birmingham University and completed 4 years of post-graduate training in Family Medicine. She followed her husband to Jacksonville, where she completed a further residency in Family Medicine at St Vincent’s. After several years in practice, Dr. Karnani returned as a faculty member. She loves to teach and groom the family medicine stars of the future, and believes no day is complete without laughter. In her spare time, Dr. Karnani enjoys yoga, traveling, and spending time with her husband, palliative care physician Neel Karnani, and their son.
Julie Kellogg, M.D.
Indiana University School of Medicine
American Board of Pediatrics
Dr. Julie Kellogg is the faculty Pediatrician for the St. Vincent’s Family Medicine Residency Program. She grew up in California and graduated from Westmont College in Santa Barbara. After completing her MD at Indiana University School of Medicine, Dr. Kellogg did her residency at the Naval Medical Center in San Diego. She served as a physician with the Navy for 22 years, both as active duty and then in a civilian capacity. She has enjoyed working with both Family Medicine and Pediatric residents through the years. Dr. Kellogg loves General Pediatrics and has special interests in asthma, behavioral and developmental health, preventive care and breastfeeding support. She was instrumental in helping Naval Hospital Jacksonville achieve their Baby Friendly Hospital designation. She is married and has 4 children. She joined the St. Vincent’s faculty in 2016.
Maria Mahmoodi, M.D.
University of Colorado Health and Sciences Center, 1994
American Board of Family Medicine, 2002
Diplomate of the American Clinical Board of Nutruition-DACBN, 2012
Naval Flight Surgeon, 1996-1999
Dr. Maria Mahmoodi completed her medical education from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in 1994. She completed a transitional internship at the San Diego Naval Hospital; an Aerospace Medicine Program at the Aerospace and Operational Medical Institute in Pensacola, Florida; a Family Medicine Residency Program at Jacksonville Naval hospital in Florida; and is Board-Certified in Family Medicine. Dr. Mahmoodi served as a naval officer for 11 years as both a Flight Surgeon and a Family Physician. For the past six years, she has been working as a clinical faculty member at the St. Vincent’s Family Medicine Residency Program, and has introduced clinical nutrition and integrative medicine into the residency curriculum. She is also a clinical Assistant Professor in the Dept. of Family Medicine at NOVA Southwestern University and at The Florida State University College of Medicine. She has recently completed postgraduate requirements for clinical nutrition in Miller School of Medicine in Miami.
Naicie Marrow, M.D.
Medical College of Georgia, 2009
Dr. Naicie Roper Marrow is one of the full time OB/GYN faculty for the St. Vincent’s Family Medicine Residency Program. Dr. Marrow was born and raised in Georgia. She grew up in Springfield, Georgia and attended college at Mercer University in Macon, Georgia. She then went on to attend and graduate from the Medical College of Georgia in 2009. She moved to sunny Florida in 2009 to complete her residency training at the University of Florida College of Medicine- Jacksonville, FL and fell in love with the city. Dr. Marrow joined the St. Vincent’s faulty in August of 2013. She has a true passion for her field and finds great joy in working with and learning from our amazing residents. One of the most attractive things about working at the St. Vincent’s Family Medicine Residency Program is the welcoming environment. She was instantly taken in and feels like she has been working here for years. In her free time, Dr. Marrow loves to read, craft, decorate and spend time with her husband and sweet baby boy.
Duaine Murphree, M.D.
University of South Alabama, 1983
American Board of Family Medicine, 1986 - Recertified, 1992, 1998, 2005
M.S. Clinical Epidermiology, Wake Forest University, 1991
My medical career started at the University of South Alabama and continued on through Kentucky, back to Alabama, then on to Mississippi, North Carolina and now Florida. Along the way, I have been in private practice, worked for the government at a Community Health Center, matriculated at a fellowship in clinical epidemiology, taught at a university medical center, worked as a hospitalist, done ER and acute care center work and now teach at St. Vincent’s Family Medicine Center. While teaching is, of course, my life, I do find time for working out and reading everything I can find. I definitely need to stop reading while driving but it is a hard habit to break! My last publication was for the J of FP and was an article about treating chronic kidney disease in Family Medicine. Currently, a lot of my energy goes into teaching about the program’s electronic health record. If you need to know how to set a Reminder for Health Maintenance in the Allscripts EHR, I am your man. I appreciate working at St. Vincent’s because my past experience with other health care settings makes me appreciate the outstanding nature of the St. Vincent’s Family Medicine residency program. Join us and start the journey to excellence.
D. Robin Potts, M.D.
University of South Florida, College of Medicine, 1992
American Board of Family Medicine, 1995 - Recertified 2001, 2007
Fellow of the American Academy of Family Practice, 1996
After graduating from the University of South Florida College of Medicine, Dr. Robin Potts attended residency at St. Vincent’s. Upon graduation she worked as a locum tenens doctor traveling and working around the country, but returned to the residency in 1997 because the work environment and location could not be beat. She enjoys a variety of interests in her career and outside of the office. She does full spectrum Family Medicine with Obstetrics, does many procedures, and loves working with the office EMR to try and make documentation more efficient and utilizing it to improve patient care. She enjoys bicycling, scuba diving, hiking, boating and playing with her dog.
Robert F. Raspa, M.D.
West Virgina University School of Medicine, 1982
American Board of Family Medicine, 1985 - Recertified 1991, 1997, 2003
Fellow of the American Academy of Family Practice Board Certified Geriatrics, 1992 - Recertified 2002
Dr. Robert Raspa earned his medical degree from West Virginia University. He trained at the Naval Hospital in Pensacola and spent 21 years in the Navy before retiring. His last position in the navy was as Program Director for the Navy’s largest residency at Naval Hospital Jacksonville, FL. He served as president of the Uniformed Services Academy of Family Medicine and was a full-time faculty at Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, MD. He is a member of the AAFP Commission of Education and Subgroup for Graduate Medical Education, and serves as the Vice President of the Florida Academy of Family Physicians. He is a recipient of the AFP’s Walker Kemp Award for best article written by a family physician. His current medical interests are infertility, sports medicine, maternity care, outpatient geriatrics and procedures. His personal interests are with music (guitar), fitness, boating and skiing. He believes St. Vincent’s is truly the only place he could find in Jacksonville that would allow him the opportunity to practice the full scope of Family Medicine in a culture of caring, charity and hope. He states, “It’s really a nice, friendly place.”
Max Solano, M.D.
Universidad de Costa Rica
American Board of Family Medicine
American Board of Pathology - Anatomic & Clinical
Dermatology, University of Costa Rica
Donna Van Loock, RN, ARNP
University of North Florida
American Nurse Credentialing Center
Terri N. Wall, Ph.D.
The Pennsylvania State University – Counseling Psychology