Dr. Cox to lead non-profit as it cares for uninsured people in the community
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Rapha Clinic of West Georgia, a non-profit, faith-based charity serving uninsured people with their medical and dental needs is proud to announce Dr. Joseph Cox as Executive Director. Dr. Cox will oversee the operations and organizational development of Rapha.
“Joseph has a deep pedigree in non-profits and has quickly become a valued member of the West Georgia community,” said Dr. Amy Eubanks, Rapha’s Medical Director. “The enthusiasm and vision he brings to Rapha is already strengthening the foundation of our ministry. Our clinic provides necessary medical services in the area and having a strong leader will help our organization continue to grow, as we’re needed more than ever.”
Dr. Cox has been actively involved in non-profits for more than thirty years, and he has worked in many mission outreaches around the world helping to grow leaders and facilitate community development. Prior to joining Rapha Clinic, Dr. Cox served at NAYF, a substance abuse and mental health center in Central Florida where he served as both CEO and CFO while operating their business incubator programs.
“The Rapha Clinic meets a necessary need, and we want to collaborate with the community and other agencies to build a better West Georgia, said Dr. Cox.” “We want to give our neighbors access to medical and dental services and to improve education, life skills and health/wellness initiatives in the spirit of the Great Physician.”
Dr. Cox earned his Bachelor of Arts in Cross-Cultural Communication from Southeastern University in Lakeland, Florida and his Master of Science in Education at Nova Southeastern University in South Florida. Then he received his Doctorate of Ministry at what is now CLST Global University. He is passionate about helping people grow and develop their skills, as well as gifts.