Christopher Meyer M.D.
Born in Florida into a military family, Dr. Meyer spent the early part of his childhood residing in Europe speaking German as his first language. During his elementary years, Dr. Meyer benefitted from the strong tradition of Oklahoma baseball. He completed his high school education in Beavercreek, OH where he was very active in athletics as a varsity letterman in football, baseball, soccer and basketball.
Dr. Meyer completed his Bachelor of Science in 2001 at Ohio Northern University where he was honored to be the sole recipient the coveted Presidential Leadership Award for his multiple acts of service to ONU. Following a life-long calling to pursue medicine, Dr. Meyer began his doctoral program at Wright State University where he completed additional research at the University relating to Cellular Replication and application towards cancer research.
With a heart for missionary service, Dr. Meyer volunteered with a group of physicians in West Africa through In His Name ministries. Dr. Meyer worked in a rural mission hospital as well as bravely serving local villages in desperate need of medical care despite limitations of supplies and danger.
Continuing to serve, Dr. Meyer enlisted in the US Army in 2003. His service include time spent at Brook Army Medical Center, TX, serving at Fort Sam Houston and Blanchfield Medical Center, KY, serving at Fort Hood of the 101st Airborne where he was honored to serve as Captain & interim Brigade Surgeon of over approximately 4,000 troops.
Upon exiting the military in 2011, Dr. Meyer began his civilian career in Pediatrics with Grand Lake Health System, Wapakoneta, OH, as a preceptor site for Wright State University Nurse Practitioner School.
In 2011, he married his college sweetheart, Kelly Creager Meyer, an alumnus of Patrick Henry Local Schools and known as Miss Ohio 1998. Kelly was a popular preschool teacher at St. Paul Lutheran Schools; Napoleon, OH. Currently Dr. Meyer & his wife reside in Hamler with their 5 children. Dr. Meyer and his family continue to be active in both church & community. Dr. Meyer is proud & excited to initiate the first ever full-time Pediatrics program at Fulton County Health Center to continue his service close to home.