David C. Campbell, M.D., M.Ed.
President & CEO
Dr. Campbell is a native of St. Louis and a graduate of Saint Louis University School of Medicine. He is board certified in Family Practice, and has a masters degree in education from Temple University. He is veteran of 7 1/2 years in the United States Navy, and has over 15 years of experience as a residency program director. Dr. Campbell has served as a national consultant for the American Academy of Family Physicians’ “RAP” Residency Assistance Program (1989-2001), St. Louis County Department of Health’s Chief Medicine Officer (2000-2006), president of the Missouri Academy of Family Physicians (2006-2007), and Executive Director of La Clinica (2006-2008).
Stacy LoBello FNP-C, Nurse Practitioner
Stacy joined iFM Community Medicine in 2014 as a Family Nurse Practitioner. She is board certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. Stacy is a native of the area and obtained her bachelor’s degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia and her master’s degree in the Science of Nursing from St. Louis University. Prior to joining the team at iFM, Stacy’s most recent clinical experience includes nursing in the Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit and also in Perioperative surgery services both within St. Louis area hospitals. Stacy splits her time with iFM between Hancock Health Clinic and our administrative office, where she works as our Clinical Director. Stacy is an active member of Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society and St. Louis Nurses for Advanced Practice. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, relaxing on her patio and spending time with her family.
Samantha Marquard, FNP-C, MPH
Samantha joined iFM Community Medicine in 2009 as a Family Nurse Practitioner. She is board certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. Sam is originally from Arkansas, and obtained her bachelor’s degree and her master’s degree in the Science of Nursing from St. Louis University, as well as a Masters in Public Health. Samantha is now employed full-time as a faculty member of St. Louis University School of Nursing, is pursuing her doctoral degree, and continues to practice with iFM Community Medicine in several ways. Samantha splits her time for iFM between Youth in Need’s several city-based Head Start programs, and The Little Bit Foundation’s Healthy Kids Better Learners school program. Samantha is an active member of Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society and American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. Outside of work, she is raising her 4 young children with her husband Mike.
Brook Raye, FNP-BC
Brook joined iFM Community Medicine as a volunteer Family Nurse Practitioner in January 2012, and became a staff member in October 2012. She received her RN and Master’s in Nursing from Vanderbilt University. Brook splits her time between several of iFM’s community-based health programs. She provides primary care at the Vietnamese Clinic and vaccines, health screenings, and primary care to immigrant and refugee children at the Nahed Chapman New American Academy. In her freetime, Brook enjoys spending time outdoors, traveling the world, baking, volunteering in the preschool department at her church, and spending time with her husband and family.
Raelyn joined iFM Community Medicine in 2015 as an administrative assistant. She works closely with the Director of Program Operations and handles insurance verification, practitioner credentialing, billing and general office support.
Jennifer Jacklin, RN, MSN, CPNP
Jennifer is a certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner who began volunteering with iFM Community Medicine in 2015 at Bryan Hill Elementary School. She provides care to the students there twice monthly. She completed the PNP program at University of Missouri-St. Louis in 2004, and is currently employed full time at Mercy Clinic Pediatrics-South City, where she has been practicing since 2006. Prior to that, Jennifer was an RN at St. Louis Children's and Barnes-Jewish Hospitals. Jennifer is an active board member of the St. Louis Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners, as well as a member of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners and their School Based Health SIG. In 2016, she received the honor of STLPNP of the year. Aside from work, she enjoys raising her 4 children and volunteering with her church and in the community.
Maureen Conley, FNP-C
Maureen Joined our team in 2016!
In 2010, Maureen Conley graduated summa cum laude from Maryville University with a master’s degree in nursing, and is a certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She also earned a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Maryville in 2006, graduating summa cum laude, and received the Spirit of Nursing Award presented by the US Army. Maureen enjoys all aspects of the nursing profession and currently works for the Special School District of St. Louis County as an Area Coordinator; Maryville University as an adjunct nursing faculty member; and for iFM Community Medicine as a Family Nurse Practitioner at Epworth Residential. In her free time she enjoys competing in running and triathlon races.
Director of Program Operations
Tami has lived in St. Louis City for 20+ years so considers herself “nearly native”. She has a diverse background including sales positions with technology companies Mediprocity and Command Systems, pharmaceutical sales with Sanofi-Aventis and even spent 6 years on cruise ships in the Caribbean as well as conducting land tours in Europe as a Tour Director. In the non-profit realm, Tami is proud to have served in the United States Peace Corps in Georgia (the country not the state!) from 2011-2013 as a Social Entrepreneurship and Organizational Development Volunteer. She previously worked with local organizations Grace Hill Settlement House and Catholic Charities and continues serving the St. Louis region upon joining iFM in 2016.
Kim Garavaglia, CPNP-BC
Kim joined iFM in 2017 as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner at two Crisis Nursery locations and at Every Child's Hope. She is board certified by the Pediatric Nursing Certification Board. In addition to being a team member at iFM, Kim is a Nurse Practitioner at Urgent Care for Kids in Wentzville and Forest Park. Prior to obtaining her master’s degree in Nursing at St. Louis University, Kim was a pediatric nurse at St. Louis Children’s Hospital for 8 years where she served as an RN and a diabetic nurse educator. Kim also provides her nursing skills to the Rockwood School District. Kim is a member of Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society, the Golden Key International Honor Society, and a member of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners. While she is not working, Kim enjoys spending time with her 4 children, working out, and running.
Chontay McKay, APRN, FNP-C
Chontay joined iFM Community Medicine in 2018 as a Family Nurse Practitioner and is board certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. A St. Louis native, she obtained her bachelor’s degree from Saint Louis University and her master’s degree from Maryville University. Chontay’s previous clinical experience includes working as an FNP at We Care Clinic, Madison County Health Department and Advance Health and she has also worked full time as a faculty member at SIUE’s School of Nursing. iFM’s community-based health programs throughout St. Louis will benefit from her experience as she provides primary care, health screenings and addressing acute care needs. In her free time, Chontay enjoys international mission work, traveling and spending time with family and friends.
Amy moved to St. Louis from her hometown of Nashville, Tennessee in August 2016 and began working for iFM Community Medicine in June 2018. She is currently a junior at Washington University in St. Louis. Amy got connected to iFM through the Medicine and Society program she is in at WUSTL's Anthropology Department.
Maggie Graf, RN, BSN
kidney tlc program coordinator
Maggie joined iFM Community Medicine in 2018. Born and raised in the St. Louis area, Maggie graduated from St. Louis University with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing. She is currently pursuing a Master of Science, Nurse Educator degree from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. Maggie’s previous clinical experience includes working as an Emergency Room Nurse at St. Louis University Hospital, and as a School Nurse for the Special School District of St. Louis County. Maggie spends most of her time working with the Epworth Drop-In Center as a coordinator for iFM’s Kidney TLC program, working closely with other iFM health practitioners to improve health outcomes in youth at risk for developing kidney disease. She also spends one day at week at Youth in Need in St. Charles. In her free time, Maggie enjoys reading and spending time with her husband and young daughter.