29 episodes

Be inspired by CCHFtalk, a monthly podcast produced by Christian Community Health Fellowship. Join Steve Noblett and the CCHF staff as we explore topics related to healthcare to marginalized communities. Listeners will be refreshed, encouraged, inspired, empowered to continue in your ministry & mission, and you might even learn something new! Find more information online at CCHF.org

CCHFtalk CCHF (Christian Community Health Fellowship)

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 5.0 • 21 Ratings

Be inspired by CCHFtalk, a monthly podcast produced by Christian Community Health Fellowship. Join Steve Noblett and the CCHF staff as we explore topics related to healthcare to marginalized communities. Listeners will be refreshed, encouraged, inspired, empowered to continue in your ministry & mission, and you might even learn something new! Find more information online at CCHF.org

    CCHFtalk_105:Donlon and Fielding (Using your medical training to serve Jesus)

    CCHFtalk_105:Donlon and Fielding (Using your medical training to serve Jesus)

    CCHF Executive Director Steve Noblett chats with two doctors: Dr. Rick Donlon and Dr. Dan Fielding* (a protective pseudonym) about how to use your years in medical training and beyond to serve Jesus. 

    • 34 min
    CCHFtalk_406: Dr. Chris Ferrand (Behavioral Health & Nutrition)

    CCHFtalk_406: Dr. Chris Ferrand (Behavioral Health & Nutrition)

    Today on CCHFTalk: Drs Joey Patrick & Danny Pike talk with Dr. Chris Ferrand, Licensed Clinical Psychologist at Christ Community in Memphis. The theme of trauma informed care continues.
    Join the conversation at CCHF.org and click the TALK button.

    • 50 min
    CCHFtalk_405: Dr. Jesse Malott

    CCHFtalk_405: Dr. Jesse Malott

    This episode of CCHF | Talk features Dr. Jesse Malott, Director of Behavioral Health at Christ Community Health Services in Memphis, TN. Dr. Malott will walk through the topic of PTSD and practical ways healthcare providers can treat patients that experience PTSD and acute trauma.

    Join the conversation at CCHF.org and click the TALK button.

    • 34 min
    CCHFtalk_404: Dr. Wayne Aoki

    CCHFtalk_404: Dr. Wayne Aoki

    Today on CCHFTalk:
    Drs. Joey Patrick & Danny Pike talk with
    Dr Wayne Aoki, former Mental Health Director at Los Angeles Christian Health Centers. LACHC is located on Skidd Row in Los Angeles, CA and is home to the nations largest homeless population. Dr. Aoki gives insight into his time working with the homeless population and sheds light on the “why’s” and “what’s” that cause homelessness.

    Join the conversation at CCHF.org and click the TALK button.

    • 39 min
    CCHFtalk_403: Dr. Daisey Dowell - Her Story PT2

    CCHFtalk_403: Dr. Daisey Dowell - Her Story PT2

    This is part 2 of Joey Patrick and Danny Pike’s interview with Dr. Daisey Dowell, Pediatrician at Lawndale Christian Health Center, about her personal experiences with childhood trauma and how she now uses those experiences in her clinical practice.
    Join the conversation on trauma at www.cchf.org and click the talk button.

    • 30 min
    CCHFtalk_402: Dr Daisey Dowell - Her Story

    CCHFtalk_402: Dr Daisey Dowell - Her Story

    Today on CCHFTalk Joey Patrick and Danny Pike talk with Dr Daisey Dowell of Lawndale Christian Health Center about how her childhood led to her medical practice among the under-served of Chicago.
    Join the conversation about Trauma based care at CCHF.org - click the TALK button.

    • 27 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
21 Ratings

21 Ratings

MichaelUBrady ,

CCHF Talk Season 2 Review

I have found the season 2 podcast series to be interesting, informative, resourceful, and encouraging! I have really enjoyed learning from other Christian clinicians and practices in the U.S. Thanks so much for producing this season and I hope that there are still more creative and helpful episodes to come!

Carolynthechen ,

Really Encouraging

CCHF has been such a source of encouragement and inspiration to me even while I was in nursing school, and has been one of the reasons that I am working in community health among the underserved today. I have always wanted them to start a podcast and am thrilled that they finally have! Each episode has been eye-opening and so helpful to me in my practice. I love the topics chosen and the presenters are excellent clinicians who live out God’s calling to champion the cause of the marginalized. Definitely check it out if you are interested in community health and are interested in ways to live out your faith and calling through medicine.

Tanner Begley ,

Very Good Podcast!

Overall it is a very insightful podcast, especially for medical providers or prospective medical providers. I felt as though some of the things mentioned were explained in a very vague way rather than practical applications, but the message behind the podcast is encouraging. Very good listen.

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