Dr. Lewis is a Board Certified Family Medicine Physician with Fellowship training in Geriatrics. She received her undergraduate degree from Princeton University and attended medical school at the University of Cincinnati College Medicine. She completed both her Residency and Fellowship training at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and Cincinnati’s University Hospital. Dr. Lewis currently serves as Chief Executive Officer for Florida Community Health Centers, Inc. She oversees operations for the company’s twelve sites in six counties and is passionate about providing and facilitating quality, comprehensive, affordable care for all patients. She has led the organization though the development of a copyrighted methodology for Care Management as well as in achieving the NCQA Patient Centered Medical Home program’s highest level of recognition.

Dr. Lewis is a longstanding member and past Chair of the St. Lucie County Diabetes Coalition. She thoroughly enjoys community service and has participated in a number of health related endeavors over the years, including church based health ministries, medical missions, and community lectures. Dr. Lewis has served on a number of community boards, including Restoration House (a program for women in recovery from drug and alcohol abuse) and Treasure Coast Hospice, Inc.  She is a past chair of the Health and Human Services (HHS) facet of the Treasure Coast Chapter of the Links, Inc., and developed a nationally awarded “best practices” program for addressing Metabolic Syndrome through children’s programs, women’s programs, and broader community screenings and education.

Dr. Lewis is a Clinical Associate Professor in the Nova Southeastern University School of Medicine’s Department of Family Medicine and a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Florida State University School of Medicine’s Department of Geriatric Medicine. Dr. Lewis serves on the Board of Directors for the Lake Okeechobee Rural Health Network, the Florida Area Health Education Center, the Florida Diabetes Alliance, and the Florida Association of Community Health Centers. She also serves on Florida’s State Advisory Council to the US Commission on Civil Rights  and is a founding member of Impact 100 St. Lucie, a philanthropic organization committed to strengthening communities by funding local nonprofit initiatives.