Possessing approximately 15 years experience as an emergency room physician, Chris Endfinger maintains a passion for the field of medicine and urgent care in particular. He currently serves as an Attending Emergency Room Physician with TeamHealth Southeast, a staffing agency that services hospital medical programs and emergency departments located throughout Southern United States. A married father of two children, Dr. Endfinger balances his demanding job with community and charitable involvement.
Prior to launching his career, Chris Endfinger earned a Bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry from Lipscomb University and completed his Doctor of Medicine with the University of Alabama (UA) School of Medicine. He performed his residency in family practice with medical centers associated with the UA School of Medicine, accepting a position as Chief Resident in 1996. Since 1997, Dr. Endfinger has served as an attending physician with the emergency departments of various Alabama-based hospitals and medical centers. From 2004 to 2007, he worked as the Medical Director of the emergency department at Gadsden Regional Medical Center, a full-service facility located in Gadsden, Alabama. Licensed with the American Board of Family Medicine, Dr. Endfinger holds current certification in Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support, and Advanced Trauma Life Support.
During his limited free time, Chris Endfinger enjoys spending time with family and donating to local charity groups such as Fight 4 Life, a youth support group that engages troubled young men and boys in athletics and encourages them to find faith. A devote Christian, Dr. Endfinger has also traveled to Honduras on three missionary trips with his church to provide much-needed medical care to poverty stricken families there, and he has contributed to the child sponsorship group Compassion International in the past.