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David Stein, MD

International Family Clinic
Owner, Physician
Dr. Stein is an Army veteran who received his commission via an Army ROTC scholarship. A Marshall Award winner, he also received a scholarship to attend the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, and completed his Family Practice residency at Fort Benning, GA. Dr. Stein was chief of several multi-specialty clinics while practicing in the Army health care system. While at Fort McPherson in Atlanta, he worked with Humana on the integration of the Tricare system with the local medical community.
Exiting the Army in 1999, Dr. Stein and his wife Dr. Rosemary Stein established the International Family Clinic to care for the underserved children of Alamance county. The clinic has grown to care for 5000 children and employs a staff of 18. The clinic's mission is to motivate children to achieve their best possible outcome in life. The clinic has several outreach efforts, including the Mustard Seed that mentors and tutors underprivileged children, and the Boy Scout Soccer in Scouting Pack that instructs the boys in Scouting principles and good citizenship.
Dr. Stein was a partner at the Kernodle clinic, a multi-specialty private clinic in Burlington. He served as a member of its board of directors for two years.
Dr. Stein is a member of the board of directors of the Altapass Orchard. The Orchard is a not-for-profit that preserves the land, heritage, and stories in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Dr. Stein and his wife, along with founder Bill Carson, produced the children's book "When It Rains on the Mountain". The goal of the book was to preserve the historical events of the mountains for the children.
He and his wife aired a commercial warning of the consequences of the Affordable Care Act that they helped co-write which appeared the Fox News Hannity and The O'Reilly Factor in 2009. It was called a "home run" by Frank Luntz, political strategist and pollster.
Dr. Stein co-authored the book: "Common Sense II, An American Parenting Revolution" and "Who Needs a Village? It's a Mom Thing.
David and Rosemary live in Snow Camp, NC with their 16 year old daughter, Hannah. They love spending their free time in our NC High Country and visiting Revolutionary sites throughout our country that remind us all of why we are(still!) a free nation under God!

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