Dr. Gerald F. Karnow, M.D.
Dr. Karnow is a general practice and family physician specializing in Anthroposophic medicine.
Dr. Karnow attended medical school at University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, graduating in 1974, then began research into in neuro-endocrinology and pathology. After some study in Europe, Dr. Karnow and his wife moved to the Fellowship Community in 1978 to begin work with Dr. Paul W. Scharff and his work towards creating a more human centered approach to elder care.
Dr. Karnow's vast experience working with the young, the middle aged and the elders who live and work at the community has brought broad insights into the healing of the whole person, using homeopathic remedies, as well as general medicines where appropriate and needed.
Dr. Karnow is a renowned lecturer, speaking on the indications of Austrian doctor and philosopher Rudolf Steiner and its application in the medical arts.
He has lived and worked at the Fellowship Community campus, raising two children, and serves on the Executive Circle and Board of Trustees.
He enjoys playing classical violin and working at the Dairy, when time permits!
Dr. Steven Johnson, D.O.
Dr. Johnson is an Osteopathic Physician specializing in Integrative/ Anthroposophic medicine. In addition, Dr. Johnson has specialty training in Osteopathic manipulation, cranial sacral therapy, prolotherapy and platelet rich plasma (for joint and ligament regeneration).
Dr. Johnson complements his medical expertise by bridging functional/ nutritional medicine with Anthroposophic medicine for the support of chronic disease, cancer, auto-immune, depression, hormonal, cardiovascular and other conditions.
Dr. Johnson was chief resident of Internal Medicine at the University of Massachusetts. Dr. Johnson has returned to New York after practicing for 14 years in Louisvulle Kentucky. Currently, Dr. Johnson serves as an organization board member of the Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine and is the President of the Physicians Association for Anthroposophic Medicine. Dr. Johnson is recognized as a leading educator and researcher in his field.
Dr. Yuklin Ling, M.D.
Dr. Ling has been working at the Fellowship on a part time basis for over two years, an has completed the Anthroposphic Medicine training in Fair Oaks, California.
She currently specializes as an Emergency Medicine Specialist in an urgent care and emergency room capacity, yet enjoys her work here at the Fellowship with our elders as a good change of pace!
As an emergency emergency physician, Dr. Ling has trained to deal with acute illnesses or injuries that require immediate medical attention. Diagnosing variety of illnesses and stabilize patients for additional care or release after treatment.
Her knowledge is broad; knowing aspects of surgery, anesthesia, plastic surgery, orthopedics, cardiology and other areas