Dr. Hollington was born in Santa Barbara, California in 1965. He attended University of Miami Medical School in Florida, graduating in 1992. Board certified in Medicine soon thereafter. For the next four years, he was a resident in Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at University of Florida, Jacksonville, graduating in 1996, then Board certified in both Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, he spent one more year in training at Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center, Texas.
Since the US Air Force paid for Medical School, at the discretion of the military, Dr. Hollington spent several years working as a Pathologist and Laboratory Director at Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio. Starting in 2000, Dr. Hollington focused on Pathology and informatics, working for the CDC Atlanta, HL7, UpToDate, and others. Board certified in Informatics in 2013. Since then, his varied career has included clinical medicine in Minnesota and Florida, working mostly with under served communities and addiction. Dr Hollington also practices emerging medicine, bringing to his patients treatments which are not yet widely available through conventional clinics.
The wide range of his medical career can best be explained by his interest in all areas of diagnostic medicine, rather than a focus on any single sub-specialty, and his belief that the best physician is one who never stops learning, and never slows down.
John Ligeon, MD. is a 2001 graduate of the University of Miami School of Medicine in Miami Florida. He subsequently trained and specialized in Internal Medicine at the Orlando Regional Medical Center in Orlando Florida, where he completed his training in 2004.
As a diplomat in Internal Medicine, Dr. Ligeon has been practicing since 2004. He has practiced in inpatient hospital medicine, as well as in outpatient primary care for the past 14 years.
His special interests also include the areas of men’s health, preventive medicine such as weightloss and management, and the care for US veterans.
Dr. Ligeon is board certified in Internal Medicine.
A naturopathic physician, lecturer, teacher, industry leader and author, Dr. Jonathan Goodman pursued his medical training at Bastyr University of Natural Health Sciences in Seattle, receiving his Doctorate in 1999. He completed his residency at Griffin Hospital’s Integrative Medicine Center, where conventional and holistic doctors collaborate in patient care.
He is also the author of The Omega Solution, an easy to understand guide to the health benefits of essential fatty acids. Dr. Goodman serves as vice president of the Connecticut Naturopathic Physicians Association.
Dr. Goodman has undergone training in The Bredesen Protocol, a groundbreaking, comprehensive approach to finding and treating the CAUSE(S) of cognitive decline.