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Kendra Morrison, DO

Dr Morrison is Board Certified in Emergency Medicine.  After graduating from the University of Oklahoma, she completed her medical degree from Kansas City University-College of Osteopathic Medicine.   After her physician husband completed fellowship, she moved to Springfield, Missouri to work in a Level 1 Trauma, Stroke and Cardiac Center.  Currently, she also serves as the Medical Director for a free-standing moderate acuity acute care clinic.  

Prior to COVID, physician wellness and propagating the career of my colleagues became paramount.  Feeling impending burnout herself led to the discovery of coaching and an interest in the facets of integrative medicine and its application to self-care and reversing the burnout pandemic.  Out of this, she completed training in health and wellness coaching and became board certified as an Integrative Health and Wellness Coach from the University of Arizona-Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine. 

Amanda Dinsmore, MD

Dr. Amanda Dinsmore is originally from Tulsa, OK.  She graduated medical school with Alpha Omega Alpha Honors from the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine.  She served as Chief Resident during her subsequent Emergency Medicine Residency at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center.

Prior to pursuing training as a physician coach, Dr. Dinsmore worked at a large Level 1 Trauma/Stroke/STEMI Emergency Department for 15+ years in Springfield, MO.  Recently, she completed a Fellowship in Integrative Medicine from the University of AZ.  Her special interests include Physician Wellness, Mind-Body Medicine, Nutrition, and other aspects of Lifestyle Medicine.  

Dr. Dinsmore is married to an Anesthesiologist, and they have 2 boys.  She is active on the PTO Boards for her kids' schools.  Outside of medicine, she loves traveling, snow skiing, spending time watching her boys play sports and going to the lake.  Her new passion in life is to look out for those who take care of every one else, to help heal the healers.  

Laura Cazier, MD

Originally from Atlanta, Laura earned her undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and her MD from the Medical College of Georgia. She completed her Emergency Medicine residency at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center. She and her husband Jeff settled in Huntsville, Alabama, aka “The Rocket City,” where she has practiced emergency medicine (primarily in the pediatric ED) since 2005. In 2019, she cofounded Valley Leadership Academy, a hybrid school focused on leadership development and mental wellness for students in grades K-12. Laura and Jeff have four awesome kids, as well as two mischievous bernedoodles. Laura experienced a significant episode of burnout during her early career. Learning mindset work and going through coaching certification completely transformed her life. Her new passion and mission is helping doctors get sustained relief from burnout and learn to love practicing medicine again, just like she does!