Cure 2017

The intersection of healthcare and missions.

Sep 16, 2017
Leon Levine Hall of Medical Sciences - 4350 US Hwy 421 S., Lillington NC 27546
Sarah Bowman 910-814-4901

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Undergraduate students, professional students and healthcare professionals – do you have a passion for global health or domestic medical outreach?  Be part of the conversation at #Cure2017 !

Registration is Open!

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Conference Overview:

Friday, September 15 Pre-Conference Roundtable Dinner & Discussion with Dr. Donlon

Saturday, September 16 Conference 9am-5pm *Lunch and Snacks provided!


Meet the Plenary Speaker

  Dr. Rick Donlon

Rick Donlon grew up in New Orleans and graduated from Texas Christian University in 1986. He completed medical school at LSU-N.O., and a combined Internal Medicine and Pediatrics residency at the University of Tennessee, Memphis. In 1995 he and three medical school classmates opened a primary-care health center for the poor in Memphis’ most medically underserved neighborhood. The work eventually grew to include eight health centers, three dental clinics, and a family medicine residency program—providing over 170,000 patient visits annually.

Many of the medical and dental providers, including Dr. Donlon, moved into the underserved communities where they work. Over the last decade they’ve sent long-term medical missionaries to Central and South Asia and the Horn of Africa.

In 2014, Dr. Donlon and twenty other physicians and mid-level providers left their original organization to found Resurrection Health, continuing their vision of community-based, Christ-centered primary and hospital care for the least served—in Memphis and around the world. Dr. Donlon, his wife Laurie, and their seven children live in the Binghampton neighborhood where he serves as an elder in a house church network.

“TED style” Talk Sessions With: 

Gregory Seager, RN, MSN, Christian Health Service Corps.; Teresa Cutts, PhD, Wake Forest School of Medicine; Sharon Ware, RN, MSN, Ed.D., Child Care Health Consultation Project;  April Havlin, House of Hope Nicaragua; Caleb Oladipo, PhD, Campbell University School of Divinity; and Jack Sorg, MD, ABWE International.

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Address:  Leon Levine Hall of Medical Sciences, Campbell University Health Science Campus

4350 US Hwy. 421 S., Lillington, NC 27546

Where To Stay

 Unable to attend or exhibit, but want to support Cure?

Click here to visit the Campbell University Giving page.  Ignore the check boxes, and in the box labled “Other Designation Name” type “CUSOM Cure Conference”.  Your desire to support the next generation of healthcare missionaries is a blessing!

Thank You for Your Partnership, Cure 2017 Presenting Sponsors!

Meet the Exhibitors

ABWE      Bridge to Hope Mobile Medical Unit      CMDA Bookstore      Equip International

Frontier Ventures      House of Hope       NC Baptists on Mission       Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary