Amy Doneen, DNP, ARNP

Dr. Amy Doneen is an expert in Arteriology, which is the study and focus of systemic arterial health – preventing heart attacks, strokes, type 2 Diabetes and chronic disease.  She is the co-founder of the BaleDoneen Method® and has worked with Dr. Bradley Bale on this method since 1999.  Dr. Doneen and Dr. Bale have published numerous peer-reviewed papers on topics surrounding CV disease prevention, including several landmark papers that challenge the current paradigm of CV Health. Dr. Doneen has lectured on these topics since 2001 and has taught their method internationally and nationally to hundreds of audiences.  With a strong respect for public outreach, she is frequently interviewed for public media such as TV, Podcast and Print media.

She has a passion for women’s CV health and is often interviewed for magazines such as Martha Stuart Living and Prevention. She is the owner and medical director of The Heart Attack & Stroke Prevention Center in Spokane WA, where she trains medical providers how to practice the BaleDoneen Method and provides clinical rotations for the medical students. She holds academic appointments at Washington State University College of Medicine, University of Kentucky College of Dentistry and Texas Tech University Health Sciences. Dr. Doneen and Dr. Bale co-authored the best-selling books, “Beat the Heart Attack Gene” (Turner Publishing 2014) and “Healthy Heart, Healthy Brain: The Personalized Path to Protect your Memory, Prevent Heart Attacks and Strokes and Avoid Chronic Illness” (Little Brown Spark, 2022).

Brad Bale, MD

Dr. Bradley Bale is a heart attack and stroke prevention specialist. He is currently a clinical associate professor at Washington State University College of Medicine, assistant professor at the University of Kentucky College of Dentistry and adjunct professor in the school of nursing at Texas Tech Health Sciences Center. He also runs a private practice in Gallatin, Tennessee. Dr. Bale is the co-author of numerous publications in peer-reviewed medical journals and other medical publications, as well as the co-author of Beat The Heart Attack Gene (2014).

A seasoned lecturer, he has taught CME and CE courses throughout the United States, Canada and Europe. Additionally, he has appeared on a number of national television programs and been interviewed by hundreds of local newspaper, radio and television reporters. Dr. Bale has served as a consultant to hospitals, clinics and medical technology companies. He co-founded the BaleDoneen Method® with Amy Doneen, DNP, ARNP, in 2001. Because this personalized approach of cardiovascular disease risk reduction has been so effective, they attach a “guarantee” to their clinical practices. The results of their method demonstrating regression and stabilization of arterial disease have been published in several peer-reviewed journals.

Randy Kembel

Randy Kembel is Chief Operating Officer of BaleDoneen Method, a provider and patient focused methodology that focuses on the prevention of heart attacks, strokes, and diabetes. Randy is responsible for identifying solutions to attract, educate and engage providers and patients in the BaleDoneen Method while maximizing the reach and profitability both domestically and internationally. Prior to his role with BaleDoneen, Randy was President and Founder of Nuvodia / TROI IT Solutions which was formed in 2006 to provide both traditional and hosted technology consulting services to a diverse client base.

Randy has over 25 years of operations and technology experience for both startup and traditional organizations. His breadth of industry knowledge includes; manufacturing, mining, consumer services, hospitality, financial services, healthcare, technology and accounting.

He has demonstrated the ability to assist companies in achieving business objectives through efficient operations the effective use of technology. Before launching Nuvodia / TROI, Randy held several senior level executive positions in the Denver market.

Randy holds an MBA from the University of Idaho and a bachelor’s degree in Management Information Systems from Eastern Washington University, along with certifications of completion from leadership programs including Vanderbilt University’s “Leading a Fast Growing Business” executive program. Randy has served on several boards including: URM Stores Inc., Associated Industries, and EWU’s College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.

In his free time, Randy enjoys running, golf and time with his wife Julie and their two sons, Corbin, Kramer and their families.

David Wright, MD, Executive Coach, Clinical Academy Director

For more than 30 years, Dr. David Wright has delivered tangible results to thousands of patients through a progressively refined, science-based, practical approach to the prevention of heart attack, stroke, and diabetes.  His career-long passion for teaching medical students and residents now focuses on helping his peers understand and apply the ever-changing science of the BaleDoneen Method in a real-world setting.

Dr. Wright became a speaker on the science of cardiometabolic prevention in 2011 for the BaleDoneen Method, Quest, and Cleveland HeartLab.

In 2019, he joined BaleDoneen Method as a Clinical Coach and Science Update presenter.

His concierge practice, Premier Prevention Memphis, opened in 2017 to use his experience, the latest science and effective patient engagement strategies to personally guide patients making transformative changes using the BaleDoneen Method.