Bethel Free Health Clinic, Inc.
Our People - Staff
The staff members of the Bethel Free Health Clinic, Inc. bring our mission statement to life through their words and actions.  All of our staff are volunteers, even our two full time staff volunteer more hours than they’re paid.

Judith Jones, RN MN

Judy is the Clinic Director, assuming the position in March 2006.  She is a force of nature! 
She serves as a nurse, as the overall clinic manager, as a social worker (when needed),
as a grant writer, etc.  Most importantly Judy is the one who inspires us to be the Healing
Place providing Christian compassionate service.

David Clippinger, MD

Dr. Clippinger is not only a volunteer physician, treating patients, but he serves as our
Medical Director.  He retired six years ago after 49 years of practice.  Dr. Dave volunteers
here at the clinic to “Share my God-given talent with the uninsured and underinsured”.

Joel Kavaugh, MD

Dr. Kavaugh is an internist.  He volunteers on Monday and Wednesday mornings.

Dorothy Fox

Dorothy is one of our volunteer receptionists, who says she is “just trying to live to be
100.”  “I volunteer here because I love the clinic, the patients and of course the Clinic

Evelyn Reyer

Evelyn was one of the first volunteers at the Clinic, working the registration desk.  She has
retired from the Bethel Volunteer Ministry (she was the Volunteer Coordinator) and is back
to volunteering at the clinic!

Virginia Pujol, RN "Ginny"

Ginny began volunteering with the clinic in 2010 and is loved by the patients. She believes
that working here lets her be a "real nurse" to those in need.

Ed Schubert

Ed is our jack of all trades and master of many!  He is the registrar and the safety
inspector.  Retired from the US Navy, Ed has traveled all over the world.

Donna Tasker

Donna is our administrative assistant, performing organizational administrative duties and
writing grants with Judy to secure the funds to keep the clinic operating.  Donna
volunteers here because “I’ve seen time and time again the difference this little clinic has
made and continues to make in the lives of so many.”