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Country Director, HOPE worldwide Bolivia 

Dr. Kevin Broyles leads the HOPE worldwide Bolivia team and serves as the country’s medical director., and is also the lead medical professional at the Centro Medico Internacional Hope Clinic. The clinic serves one of La Paz’ most affluent communities and is the first step in creating a social enterprise where profits will fund and support the work in Bolivia’s vulnerable populations, including its children.

Additionally, Dr. Broyles coordinates the medical related activities of the health Social Services Division of Hope worldwide Ltd within South America, providing relief services for the impoverished, and coordinating learning and volunteer opportunities.

Dr. Broyles moved to Bolivia in 2011 after spending four years as the associate chief medical officer for Duke Primary Care in the Duke University Health System. From 1998 – 2007, he was the senior medical director of Duke Urgent Care Services.

Dr. Broyles received his bachelor’s degree from Florida State University in biology in 1982, and his medical degree from the University of Florida College of Medicine in 1986. He served his residency at the Duke University School of Medicine between 1986 and 1989, and completed a fellowship in faculty development at Duke in 1990.

Dr. Broyles began his medical career as a clinical staff physician in Chapel Hill, NC in 1990 and beginning in 1992, served as the medical director of the Lakewood on Broad Family Practice, PA in Durham, NC for the next seven years before becoming a staff physician at Duke.

Dr. Broyles leads the Hope worldwide Bolivia team with his wife, Noelle. He is a member of the board of directors of the La Paz Christian Church where they worship.

Dr. Broyles received a master’s degree in health science in clinical leadership in 2002.

While the deacon of missions at the Triangle Churches in Chapel Hill and Raleigh, NC between 2004 and 2001, Dr. Broyles served as a site-coordinator for the KenyaKids Child Sponsorship Program in which teams of students and families served the poor in the slums of Nairobi, Kenya.

Dr. Broyles serves as a consultant to Hospital Arco Iris in La Paz. He assists the 100- bed full-service hospital in leadership development, financial sustainability and in development of Bolivia’s first educational nursing program.