Medical Staff and Volunteers
Dr. Thomas Reynolds MD
Dr. Thomas Reynolds serves as Medical Director for Living Water Community Clinic.
Dr. Reynolds, a 34-year family medicine provider with UVa Primary Care Culpeper Family Practice, serves as the chief medical officer for Novant Health UVA Health System Culpeper Medical Center. He is also actively involved in Culpeper Free Clinic. We look forward to the experience and direction that Dr. Reynolds will bring to Living Water Community Clinic.
Elizabeth A. Sullivan, FNP, MSN, RN
Elizabeth Sullivan practices at UVA Primary Care in Locust Grove. She graduated from St. Francis Hospital School of Nursing in 1976 and from St. Joseph’s College in 1995 with a BSN and in 2000 with a MSN Family Nurse Practitioner. Since coming to the Locust Grove Campus, she is well loved and respected by her patients and the surrounding counties. Mrs. Sullivan is very involved in this community in which she lives and serves. She is a great inspiration and it is a great blessing to Living Water Community Clinic to have Elizabeth Sullivan caring for our patients.
Ruthanne W. Morrow, MSN, FNP
Ruthanne (Ruthie) practices at the Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center Emergency Department, and Rapidan Medical Center. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Liberty University. Ruthie practiced as a Nurse Corps Officer in the U.S. Navy for five years before pursuing her MSN Family Nurse Practitioner from The George Washington University.
Ruthie has worked extensively with Veterans, including combat deployment as a trauma nurse to Kandahar Afghanistan.
Ruthie is married, and has two young sons. She is involved in her Church, enjoys small group Bible studies in her home, and giving back to the community.
Mark S. Ford, PA-C
Mark Ford, is a Physician Assistant at Orthopedic Specialty Clinic in Fredericksburg, specializing in Sports Medicine, Pediatrics, Fracture Care, and General Orthopedics. He completed his undergraduate Bachelor of Science Degree at James Madison University before continuing his training at Wake Forest School of Medicine for his Physician Assistant Degree. Mark lives and worships in our community and is a great blessing to Living Water Community Clinic.
Mike Evans, PA-C
Michael D. (Mike) Evans is an active duty Navy PA, serving presently as the Department Head of the David Ray Branch Clinic on Marine Corps Base Quantico. He holds Bachelor of Science degrees from George Washington University and the University of Nebraska, Master of Physician Assistant Studies from the University of Nebraska, and will complete his studies for a Master of Arts in Theology from Christendom Graduate School in the summer of 2017. He is also a graduate of the U.S. Army Special Forces Medical Sergeant course. His practice areas are Family, Occupational and Sports Medicine, with an extensive background in combat trauma management, having deployed with Marine Corps and Naval Special Warfare units to Iraq and Afghanistan five times in the recent conflicts. Mike is active in his local council of the Knights of Columbus. He serves as an usher at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception and leads adult religious education at the Quantico Catholic Chapel. He is married to Dr. Katherine Howe Evans and they have five children and one grandson.