Candace Murbach, DO, Program Director
Dr. Murbach is the program director for family medicine and the designated institutional official responsible for all ten of the Orange Park Medical Center's GME programs. She graduated with honors from Michigan State University College Of Osteopathic Medicine in 1993. With more than 35 years of diverse experiences, she came to Orange Park for the skilled and engaged faculty and to be closer to her family. She believes the best part of working with residents is their optimism and eagerness to learn.
Nicholas D’Angelo, MD, Associate Program Director
After completing his residency training at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, Dr. D'Angelo helped pioneer the opening of a clinical network called CliniSanitas. He taught medical students and physician assistant students prior to becoming faculty at OPMC. He cherishes the opportunity to work with residents and focuses on evidence-based medicine, quality improvement, and research. He is passionate about preventive medicine, health disparities and the outpatient clinical setting.
Chamonix Kinimaka, MD
As a graduate of the OPMC Family Medicine Residency Program, Dr. Kinimaka feels well prepared to care for and educate their community's diverse patient population. Her appreciation for the program and its people is why she chose to stay as faculty after graduation. For new residents, she hopes to foster the respectful learning environment that she experienced, pay forward the education she received as a resident and further education through global missions.
Tiffany Hill, MD
Dr. Hill is passionate about working with the underserved population, community outreach and global health. While working in the urgent care setting post-residency, she saw the need for quality primary care and, as a teacher, she is able to assist in the development of future physicians as they evolve to confident providers.
Anjan Parghi, MD
Dr. Parghi is a proud Orange Park native and he always hoped to return home to practice medicine. Since joining Family Practice in 1999, he has worked in the community for 20 years and was excited to move into academics and resident education. He is passionate about working as part of the faculty in the Family Medicine department and working with the residents. In his free time, he enjoys watching movies, photography, watching football and spending time with his wife and daughter, both of whom are also graduates of the OPMC Family Medicine Resident Program.
Julie Johnson, LCSW
Ms. Johnson is the secretary of the National Association of Social Workers – Florida Chapter and is the chair of the statewide Social Media Committee. She leads the Florida Behavioral Health Consortium, the professional group of Family Medicine Behavioral Health Faculty in the State of Florida. She is also a trained Balint Group facilitator and leads groups for the OPMC residency programs while chairing the GMEC Resident/Fellow Well-Being Committee. In her free time, she plays the French horn and video games and enjoys art and time with her family and cats.
Patricia Gilford, MD
Dr. Patricia Gilford is an American Academy of Family Physician Board Certified Physician with more than 20 years of experience in the field of medicine. She has held several leadership positions at OPMC where she currently works as a hospitalist and part of the core faculty of the Family Medicine Residency Program Inpatient Teaching Service. She is also the recipient of several awards including the OPMC Family Medicine Program Lifetime Achievement Award for her excellence in academics and continued dedication and commitment to teaching.