Meet Our Faculty

Program Director – Roy Lemaster, MD, CAQ

Dr. Lemaster attended Ohio Dominican University in Columbus, Ohio for his undergraduate degree, achieving a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology in 2003 prior to going on to complete medical school at the Ohio State University College of Medicine, earning his MD in 2007.  He then completed a Family Medicine residency at Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus, Ohio followed by his sports medicine fellowship at Kettering Sports Medicine through Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio – earning his CAQ in Sports Medicine in 2011.

Dr. Lemaster began working at Halifax Center for Family and Sports Medicine in 2012, becoming the Sports Medicine Fellowship Program Director in 2017. He enjoys working with athletes of all ages and athletic abilities – as well as teaching in both the Family Medicine Residency and with the Sports Medicine Fellowship.  He also enjoys all outdoor activities, spending his time outside of work with his wife (Heather) and his daughter (Zella) at baseball games, out on bike rides, or out on the beach.

Sally Hinman, MD, PhD,CAQ

Sally Hinman, MD, PhD, completed the Medical Scientist Training Program at the Indiana University School of Medicine. She earned her PhD in Cellular and Integrative Physiology by investigating the effect of nutritional supplements on exercise-induced broncho constriction. Dr. Hinman is a graduate of the Community Health and Family Medicine Residency Program at the University of Florida and the Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship Program at the University of South Florida – Morton Plant Mease. She has covered mass events as well as teams at the high school, college, and professional levels. Her professional interests include ultrasound-guided procedures and teaching. In her free time, she enjoys going to the beach with her husband and children.

 Kyle Correll, MD

Dr. Kyle Correll is a native of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania who graduated Magna Cum Laude from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and a minor in Spanish. Dr. Correll earned his MD from the University of South Florida Morsani College Of Medicine in the SELECT Program, which focused on healthcare improvement and leadership. He completed his medical training at the Halifax Family Medicine Residency Program and completed an additional year of training at Halifax Health through the Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship.

While in residency he completed both the Healthcare Disparities and Sports Medicine tracts and served as a Primary Care physician in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He was graciously awarded the Nurses Award for the Caring Physician and the Dr. Y.B. Au Yeung Award for Excellence in Pediatrics. He currently is working as a bilingual Sports Medicine Physician with Florida Health Care Plans (FHCP), a 5-star Health Plan as recognized by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services. He remains active in teaching residents and fellows within the Halifax Family and Sports Medicine Programs and finds educating physicians to be extremely rewarding. Among some of his professional aspirations, he aspires to be a team physician within the Major League Baseball (MLB) association and be a catalyst for change within healthcare. Personally, Dr. Correll enjoys staying active, traveling, and spending quality time with family and friends.

Brent Fulton, MD, CAQ

Brent N. Fulton, MD, is a graduate of Bowman Gray/Wake Forest School of Medicine.  He completed his family medicine residency and sports medicine fellowship at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, FL.  He is a graduate of the United States Naval Academy where he earned a degree in Ocean Engineering.  He served in the United States Navy as a special operations officer before attending medical school.  He is currently in a private sports medicine and orthopedic rehabilitation practice in Daytona Beach, FL.  He has special interests in acupuncture, spine rehabilitation, medical exercise and water/endurance/action sports injuries.