Midway Specialty Care Center, a 501 c3 clinic organization, is run by a volunteer board of directors. We thank our dedicated board members: Dr. Raja Talati; David Noble, St. Lucie Co. Fire Rescue; Attorney Peter DelToro, PA; Attorney Bonnie Brown, and patient representative Michael Higginbotham.
Arthur “Dave” Noble has dedicated his life to serving the public, making the Treasure Coast his home for over 30 years. Dave’s public service began in 1989 where he served in the U.S.A.F. for 4 ½ years through Desert Shield and Desert Storm. After his honorable discharge, Dave began to volunteer at his local fire station in Rio which lead to a career with the St. Lucie County Fire District. Dave presently holds the rank of Captain and also functions as an EMT/Paramedic. He has held many different positions during his tenure including working as the Infection Control officer. Dave has also served on the SLCFD Employees Health and Welfare trust for nearly 10 years, where he is responsible for the health insurances and benefits for roughly 1600 lives including active employees, retirees and their dependents.
As Dave prepares to exit the fire service, he recently joined the MSCC board of directors in 2016. Dave is looking forward to serving the local communities that MSCC cares for and continuing an atmosphere of excellence.
" Quality patient care must always remain the center of our healthcare model."
is an emergency medicine specialist in Fort Pierce, FL and has been practicing for 16 years. He is the Director of Emergency Services at Lawnwood Regional Medical Center and the Treasure Coast Trauma Center. He graduated from Medical College Of Georgia School Of Medicine in 2002 and specializes in emergency medicine.
Bonnie A. Brown relocated from Southern Illinois to the Treasure Coast in 1982. She earned her B.S. in Psychology, Summa Cum Laude, from Barry University. She was awarded her J.D. from Nova Southeastern University College of Law in Fort Lauderdale. Bonnie is a member of the Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section of the Florida Bar. She represents clients in the areas of Real Estate, Probate, Wills/Estates and Trust Law.
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has been a board member since May 2016. He joined the board to assist in the development of the telemedicine program so that patients with limited access to speciality care would be better served. He is currently an assistant program director at the St.Lucie Medical Center Family Residency Program and Assistant Professor of Family Medicine at Nova Southeastern University. Prior to this, he was in practice at the Heart and Family Health Institute also in PSL.
He served as the Medical Director at the St.Lucie County Juvenile Detention Center from 2011 to 2017. He has served on numerous committees at St.Lucie Medical Center which include the following:
Infection Control, Utilization, Ethics, Medical QA 2011 ,Infection Control, Medical executive as Vice Chief of Staff and is now Chief of Credentials.
In the Community he was the local soccer clubs staff physician and also was the Consulting Physician at Sungrove Montessori school when they were trying to earn
For his country he currently holds the position of Chief of Aerospace Medicine for the 927th AMDS at MacDill AFB and was previously the Chief of Credentials. He has about 400 hours of flight time in the C-17 an KC-135.
Since completing medical school, he earned his Masters In Health Information Systems and is a candidate for his MBA with a specialization in Healthcare Analytics.
When not working; he enjoys outdoor activities and traveling with his two sons and wife.
Michael Higgenbotham has been a boardmember since 2017. He works as a Medical Assistant and Billing Specialist for a local private doctor practice. Michael lives in St Lucie County.
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