George Estill, M.D.
Dr. Estill grew up in Maysville, Kentucky. He is the son of Dr. George E. Estill, a retired general practitioner. He graduated from the University of Dayton in 1974 and attended graduate school at Wright State University and the University of Kentucky. In 1980 he graduated from the University of Kentucky College of Medicine and began his Family Practice Residency Program in Greenville, South Carolina, which he completed in 1983.
He and his wife, Dr. Candace Embry, moved to Corydon and began their practice in 1984. They have 3 children - Maggie and Mike Wells, Leslie and Andrew.
Dr. Estill enjoys raising beef cattle, gardening, horseback riding and tending to their small farm.
Dr. Estill strives to create caring relationships with his patients and their families, and prides himself in comprehensive family care.
Candace Embry, M.D.
Dr. Embry grew up in Leitchfield, Kentucky. She is the daughter of Dr. A.L. Embry, a retired general practitioner. She graduated from Eastern Kentucky University in 1977 and the University of Kentucky College of Medicine in 1981. She completed her family Practice Residency Training in Greenville, South Caroline in 1984.
She and her husband, Dr. George Estill, have three children - Maggie and Mike Wells, Leslie, and Andrew Estill. They have enjoyed living, raising their family and practicing in Corydon since 1984. Dr. Embry enjoys horseback riding, gardening, and decorating and caring for their home.
Dr. Embry enjoys providing comprehensive care to her patients. While other specialists may focus on one area of the body, she looks at the person as a whole. She likes to say that she is "treating the whole person and the whole family for their whole lives."
Andrew Morton, M.D.
Dr. Morton grew up in nearby Milltown, Indiana. Upon graduation from Crawford Country High School, he completed his Pre-Medical studies at Ball State University and received his Medical Degree from Indiana University in 1997. He completed his Residency in Family Practice from Naval Hospital Pensacola in 2000.
Dr. Morton is glad to be back home after serving 16 years in the Armed Forces. After initially enlisting into the Army Reserve, he was called to serve as an Infantry Medic in Iraq during Desert Storm. Upon completion of his undergraduate studies he accepted a medical school scholarship and commission as an Officer in the US Navy. After Residency, he served as Ship Medical Officer aboard the USS FRANK CABLE (AS-40) serving Asia and the Far East. He then spent time with the Marines at MCAS Cherry Point as Family Physician and Head Occupational Medicine for the base as well as one of the largest industries in eastern North Carolina, Naval Aviation Depot Cherry Point.
He has four wonderful children - Samantha, Toby, Benjamin and Theodore.
John Reinoehl, M.D.
Dr. Reinoehl was born in Auborn, Indiana and grew up on his family's strawberry farm. He graduated from Hanover College in 1996, where he met his wife Katie Receveur, a native of New Albany, Indiana. His son Jack was born January 5th, 2007. His daughter Nellie was born July 29, 2010.
Dr. Reinoehl spent three years in Ghana, West Africa serving as a teacher in the Peace Corps before graduating from Indiana University School of Medicine in 2003. He completed his Family Residency at Memorial Hospital in South Bend, Indiana in 2006. Dr. Reinoehl also completed an Obstetrics Fellowship at Medicos para la Familia in Memphis, Tennessee. He speaks fluent Spanish and has spent time working in several countries in Central and South America.
Dr. Reinoehl enjoys gardening, juggling, long distance running, and spending time with his wife and children.
Maria Glass, MD
Dr. Glass is a graduate of University of Louisville Medical School. Her residency was completed in Family Medicine at McLeod Family Medicine Residency Program in South Carolina. She was Resident of the Year in her graduating class.
Dr. Glass is a native of Louisville and enjoys making a difference in her patients’ lives. Not just treating illness but also establishing long and lasting relationships.
In her leisure time she enjoys a variety of activities, including reading, writing, cooking, swing dancing and pencil drawings.
She is looking forward to making Corydon her new home and becoming an active part of the community.
Catherine Dickinson, MD
Dr. Dickinson graduated from the University of Louisville School of Medicine in 2007 and then went on to complete her residency in family medicine at McLeod Family Medicine Residency program in Florence, S.C.
After completing her residency in 2010, she joined Murray Medical Associates in Murray, Ky., where she was also the Medical Director for Murray-Calloway County Hospital Home Health until joining Harrison Family Medicine in September of 2013.
Dr. Dickinson is a member of the American Medical Association and the American Academy of Family Physicians.
She enjoys traveling, cooking, reading and raising and riding Champagne Tennessee Walking Horses. Dr. Dickinson is also a member of the Russellville chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
Mark Adams, Sr., MD
Board certified family medicine physician, Mark Anthony Adams, Sr., MD graduate from the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine in 2010, and then went on to complete his family medicine residency at Spartanburg Regional Hospital in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Dr. Adams also has significant experience in Obstetrics/Gynecology and Women’s Health. He is ABFM certified family medicine.