Inductee

James Noble, M.D., F.A.A.F.P

Lee County Care & Rehabilitation Center

Veteran of the U.S. Navy

Medical Director of the Lee County Ambulance Service and Hospice Care Plus

Holds various medical certfications

 

Bio

Before attending school, James Noble joined the U.S. Navy and served from 1974-1978. While in the military, he became an Aviation Machinist Mate, an expert in small arms weaponry, a member of the Nuclear Weapons Loading Team, and a member of Personnel Reliability Program/Secret Clearance for National Security Agency.

James then attended Morehead State University from 1978-1981 to earn his bachelor’s degree in biology. He graduated Magna Cum Laude and went on to pursue a medical degree at the University of Kentucky.

While attending the UK, James interned with the VA Medical Center in Lexington from 1985-1986 and completed his residency at Central Baptist Hospital from 1985-1986.

James has accumulated numerous certifications during his career that include Family Practice, ATLS, ACLS, Pals, and an American Academy of Family Physicians “Fellow” Degree.

James served his community through his various board memberships that include his roles as the medical director of the Lee County Ambulance Service and the medical director of Hospice Care Plus; James also sought stewardship with the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine and the American Academy of Family Physicians.

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