Coalition Leadership 

The Coalition for Physician Well-Being is a voluntary association of healthcare systems, hospitals, professional organizations, physicians, and other like-minded individuals and entities committed to promoting the well-being of physicians and engaging physicians in a work of healing ministry. Coalition leadership resides in a committee and action group structure, with guidance from several leading members of the organization.

Executive Committee


Chair: Ted Hamilton, MD, MBA – Family Medicine
Members: The Executive Committee consists of the Chairperson and Chairs of the various committees — Engagement, Promotion, and Research & Development—and elected member(s) at large.
Responsibility: Strategic direction of the Coalition for Physician Well-Being, planning and policy.

Engagement Committee

Malcolm Herring

Chair: Malcolm Herring, MD – Vascular Surgery
Members: Comprised of Coalition members with interest and expertise
Responsibility: Constitution and bylaws, policy development, member orientation and assimilation.

Research & Development Committee


Chair: Dianne McCallister, MD, MBA – Internal Medicine
Members: Comprised of Coalition members with interest and expertise
Responsibility: Survey current literature, including books, articles, and related media and compile relevant material for ready retrieval; develop metrics for assessment of physician well-being programs

Members at Large


Daniel W. Geeding, PhD, CPA

Dan Geeding manages Interact for Health’s financial and investment systems and is a professor of management (emeritus) and former director of the Center for International Business at Xavier University.

Doug Wysockey-Johnson, MDiv

Doug Wysockey-Johnson is the Executive Director of Lumunos. He facilitates groups around the country – in business settings, retreat centers, churches and beyond and helps people clarify their priorities and find their calling.