Clay Community Rural Health Center and Dr. Charles French recently welcomed new staff members Dr. Dany Boulos and Carrie Cunningham.
Dr. Boulos completed his residency at Union Hospital Family Practice Center in July.
He is interested in medical research, chronic disease management and will be involved in caring for patients when admitted to St. Vincent Clay Hospital.
In his free time, he enjoys fishing, reading and playing chess.
He and his wife Manal live in Terre Haute and are expecting their first child.
Cunningham was born and raised in Brazil. She is a 1997 graduate of Northview High School and earned her Bachelor's of Science degree in Nursing from Indiana State University.
She worked as an RN in the Emergency Department at Hendricks Regional Hospital, Danville, while completing her Master's degree.
In 2010, she graduated with her Master's of Science in Nursing and currently practices as a family nurse practitioner in the clinic.
Carrie and her husband Ben have two children, Evan, 7, and Stella, 8-months, and they reside in Brazil.
The office is located at 1207 E. National Ave., Brazil, across from St. Vincent Clay Hospital.
The clinic always accepts new patients. Staff members include Dr. Alohna Morrow, D.O. Morrow has practiced family medicine for more than 12 years in both Terre Haute and Brazil. She is married to Glen E. Morrow, P.E., and they have two daughters.
Certified Physician's Assistant Frank Kiefer is also on staff. He first practiced for doctors Conrad and Froderman.
Among his credentials are 100 hours continuing medical education every two years and re-certification exam every six years; a member of the Indiana Academy of Physicians Assistants, the American Academy of Physicians Assistants and the National Commission on Certification of Physicians Assistants.
He also teachers new students enrolled in the new ISU Physicians Assistant program as well as Butler University PA students.
Jeanne Potts has a BSN degree from ISU, graduating in 1980. She continued her nursing career with her Master's degree in Women's Health.
She is currently in the process of completing course work to earn her certificate as a family nurse practitioner. She also is an adjunct faculty member with the College of Nursing at ISU.
She and her husband Charlie Potts live in Terre Haute, and they have two children.
Dr. Charles French was born and raised in Brazil, graduating in 1968 from Brazil High School.
He attended ISU for undergraduate work and then attended the Indiana University School of Medicine.
He sees patients Monday through Wednesday and Fridays and also checks patients at the local healthcare facilities on Thursdays.