“A physician is obligated to consider more than a diseased organ, more even than the whole man. He must view the man in his world.”– Harvey Cushing
This Week's Speaker:  Dr. Krishna Doniparthi, MD
Director and physician at Function Medicine of Georgia
Dr. Krishna Doniparthi has been practicing medicine since 2002 in both private practice family medicine and hospital- based emergency medicine. Dr. Doniparthi is board certified in Regenerative & Functional Medicine, Family Medicine, and Obesity Medicine. Member of American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) and trained in Buprenorphine assisted treatments.
Dr. Doniparthi currently serves on the Neurolipid Research Foundation (neurolipid.org) and BR+NAD (Addiction) Scientific Advisory Board; also, he serves as a trustee for the Obesity Medicine Association furthering research in Obesity medicine, ensuring proper guidelines for patient care in the health care industry.
A cornerstone of the FMG clinic is the utilization of lipid-membrane therapy for the treatment of neurological conditions, heavy metal detoxification, chronic infections, and metabolic disorders. Specialized testing is used to design precise therapies that are applied to facilitate the body's own ability to mediate and heal from disease. Through his ongoing research and practice of Membrane Medicine, Dr. Doniparthi is inspired to work with patients that have been unsuccessful using the standard medical approach and who are committed to making lifestyle changes to regain their health.
  • Phillip Montague – Jan. 16th.
  • Janet & Morgan Rodgers – Jan. 12th. 20-Years!
Donation Opportunity: NFCC Toiletry Drive Thank you to Tina McKenna who recognized that NFCC needs toiletries.  A bin is set up to collect.  Please bring in regular and sample sizes.  Diapers and toilet paper are also needed.
Open Your Heart Gala – Celebrating the Lives of Seniors - Feb. 8th, 6-11:00 PM, Country Club of the South.  The funding raised at our gala will ensure all our programs and services continue without wait lists and develop with the needs of our growing elderly population.  We rely on our partners in the community to make this event successful.  See Heather Terry!
Four ways you can support efforts in caring for our elderly neighbors:
Polar Bear Plunge/Cook Your Butts Off – ALL HANDS-ON DECK!  Feb. 8th, 2020, 10–3:00 PM at Wills Park Pool.
2020 District conference – Jekyll island April 30 – May 3, 2020.
Fresh Market – If you’ve not participated before, the sign-up sheet is passed around each meeting. This is an easy way to serve those in need by taking breads and other items from Fresh Market to NFCC to be given to those in need. Contact Lee Doernberg.
See You Friday Morning! 
Will Daniel, President 2019-2020
Rotary Club of Alpharetta