The Friends of Volunteers in Medicine Clinic, Inc., was incorporated as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization to support, assist and enable the Volunteers in Medicine Clinic to provide health care to medically indigent residents of Martin County, Florida.
Howard Robbins, MD
Board certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine, Quality Assurance, and Utilization Review. Served as Chief Medical Officer of MHS and VP of Medical Affairs from 1996-2012. Graduate of Rutgers College in New Brunswick, NJ and received his medical degree from the University of Pittsburgh. He completed his residency in Tampa, FL and ran a private Pulmonary Medicine practice for 17 years upon arriving in Stuart in 1979. Today he is partner at Treasure Coast Concierge and volunteers weekly at VIM.
Michael Crary, Esq.
Immediate Past President
Chuck Cleaver, CPA, MBA
Retired Martin Health System CFO/Assistant VP Finance; Audit and Consulting Manager, Ernst & Young; B.S. Accounting, Computer Science, Ball State University; MBA Florida Institute of Technology; Fellow, Healthcare Financial Management Association; American College of Health Care Executives; American Institute of CPAs; Florida Institute of CPAs.
Mary Ettari, MPH, PA
Frank M. Byers Jr.
Financial Advisor at Rehmann, Investment advisor services offered through Rehmann Financial, a Registered Investment Advisor; served 35 years as Senior Vice President & CFO, Martin Health System; B.S. Business Administration, Northeastern University; M.S. Business, University of South Carolina; Fellow, College of Health Care Executives; American Institute of CPAs; Former Manager, Accounting, Beth Israel Hospital, Boston; Former Senior Accountant, Deloitte Touche.
Stuart Sabol, MD
Howard E. Voss, MD, MACP
Clinical Professor, FSU College of Medicine; Former Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine, NYU School of Medicine; Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine, New York Medical College; Chairman Medical Staff, Stamford Hospital; President, New England Society of Allergy; New York Allergy Society; Florida Physician Humanitarian of the Year 2004; U.S. President’s Volunteer Service Award, 2010, Gold Humanism Honor Society, FSU, 2012.