Class of 2017
Jasmine Roberts, M.D.
Dr. Jasmine Roberts comes to us from Goldsboro, NC. She earned a BS in Nursing from Pensacola Christian College, in Pensacola, FL and received her medical degree from St. Matthew’s University School of Medicine Grand Cayman. Dr. Roberts comes from a family of physicians and healthcare workers. Her hobbies include reading, playing piano, watching movies, writing short stories, painting, and crocheting. She enjoys spending time with family and friends & talking to people and making new friends. She really enjoys traveling and has had the opportunity to visit many different countries.
Paul Myers, M.D.
Dr. Paul Myers received an AA in Christian Ministry from Mississippi Delta Community College in Moorhead, MS and a BS in Biology from Cumberland University in Lebanon, TN. He received his medical degree from University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Medicine in Memphis, TN. He is a member of Beta Beta Beta Biological Honor Society. Dr. Myers currently serves as an adjunct professor at Volunteer State Community College where he teaches anatomy and physiology to undergraduate students interested in entering a healthcare-related field. His hobbies include golfing, hunting, reading, and writing. He enjoys spending quality time with his wife and children.
Supriya Mannepalli, M.D.
Dr. Supriya Mannepalli was born in Valluru, India. She received her undergraduate and medical degree from Basaveswara Medical College and Hospital in Chitradurga, India. Dr. Mannepalli is a former member of the Indian Medical Association. She speaks several languages including English and Hindi. Dr. Mannepalli enjoys cooking Indian cuisine, painting, art, interior designing and spending time with family and friends.
James “Bosco” Clements, M.D.
Dr. Bosco Clements received his undergraduate degree in Biology from the University of Kentucky and his medical degree from the University of Louisville School of Medicine. He is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians, American Medical Association, Greater Louisville Medical Society, American Medical Student Association, Christian Medical & Dental Association, Wilderness Medical Society and Beta Beta Beta Biological Honors Fraternity. He volunteered at Dixie Elementary School in Louisville, KY where he helped establish an archery team for fourth and fifth graders. Dr. Clements’ hobbies include golfing, boating, hunting and fishing. He enjoys spending time with his wife and family.