Dr. Campbell currently serves as assistant clinical director, and director of urgent care, at Howard University Hospital, where he supervises one of the busiest medical emergency room departments in the Mid-Atlantic area. Dr. Campbell is also the assistant medical director at Providence Hospital in Washington, D.C., the longest continuously operating hospital in the city. In 2018, he returned to the Caribbean to become assistant medical director at Acute Alternative Medical Group, an urgent care and private medical practice on St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands.
Dr. Campbell has over 20 years of experience in emergency room and urgent care medicine. After completing his residency at Howard University Hospital, he was an attending staff physician at Holy Cross Hospital in Silver Spring, Maryland, Doctor's Community Hospital in Lanham, Maryland, and Northwest Hospital in Randallstown, Maryland.
In addition to being acknowledged as an accomplished emergency room, urgent care and internal medicine physician, Dr. Campbell is also known for his dedication, professionalism, patience, and concern for both patients and medical staff. His desire to positively impact his community led him to utilize his medical experience to improve the lives of people throughout the Washington, D.C. region. His passion is helping the unprivileged with little or no access to healthcare, as well as helping to bring mobile healthcare to homebound and elderly members of the community. Dr. Campbell also provides valuable mentorships to young students who aspire to be the next generation of America's doctors.
Dr. Campbell is certified in ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support), ATLS (Advanced Trauma Life Support), and Advanced Airway Resuscitation.
Lyle Campbell, MD,born in Chicago, spent his formative years growing up in the Caribbean in San Juan, Puerto Rico. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Dillard University in New Orleans in 1987. He received his medical degree from Howard University's College of Medicine in Washington, D.C. in 1992. Dr. Campbell successfully completed his emergency medicine residency at Howard University Hospital in 1995, where he received the prestigious honor of being named Faculty Appointed Chief Resident during 1994 -1995.
Lyn A. Campbell, MD, born in Chicago in 1963, was raised in San Juan, Puerto Rico. He earned his undergraduate degree in biology from Dillard University in New Orleans in 1985. He received his medical degree from Howard University of Medicine's College of Medicine in Washington, D.C. in 1989.
After completing his internship and specialty training in Emergency Medicine at Howard University Hospital, Dr. Campbell spent the next 11 years working as an attending staff physician at several well-renowned hospitals in Washington, D.C., including Greater Southeast Hospital, D.C. General Hospital, and Providence Hospital.
Urgent Care is the delivery of medical services outside of the hospital emergency department and is generally administered on a walk-in or unscheduled basis. Ever gotten a small cut on your finger while cooking? Treat it at home. Are you or a loved one having signs or symptoms of a heart attack? Go to the ER. Everything in between is Urgent care. Our Urgent Care center treats patients who are in need of immediate medical attention and choose to bypass a visit to the emergency room because of cost or ailments that are not serious enough to require hospital emergency services. Urgent care is not meant to substitute a necessary visit to the ER or primary care physician, but we provide an alternative to these with the ability to provide excellent treatment for most illnesses and injuries.
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Roy Zech Arcamo or Dr. Roy, as he is fondly known in the community, finished his secondary years and undergraduate course at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Seminary in Bohol Philippines where he obtained a B.A. in Philosophy. Dr. Arcamo later obtained a B.S. in Biology at the University of San Carlos, Cebu City Philippines and proceeded to finish his training as a Doctor of Medicine at UV-Gullas College of Medicine in Cebu Phillipines.
He joined his siblings in the USA in the late 1980's but decided to settle in St. Croix, USVI in October, 1996 to work at the Gov. Juan Luis Hospital. Dr. Roy practices as a mid-level medical provider at the hospital. He began his career at JFL Hospital in the Emergency Room, but he has also worked in Internal Medicine as well as the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). He is one of the initial staff of the VI Cardiac Center during its inception in 2000, and worked in that division until 2009 when he rejoined the Internal Medicine department. Dr. Roy has also worked with the Golden Grove Adult Correctional Facility.
In July of 2015, Dr. Roy joined the Acute Alternative Medical Group (AAMG)/Urgent Care family. He is a welcomed asset to the organization.
In 2000, answering a deep-rooted call to return to the Caribbean where he spent his formative years, Dr. Campbell accepted an opportunity to become the assistant director of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Gov. Juan Luis Hospital on St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands. Dr. Campbell eventually became the director of the department, and later helped develop and oversee the hospital's Fast Track program. He was also named the first director of the hospital's Ambulatory Care Services.
Driven by his strong Christian faith and beliefs on helping people in his community, in 2006 Dr. Campbell founded Acute Alternative Medical Group, a private medical practice where he currently serves as medical director. In 2009, Dr. Campbell expanded Acute's services when he opened St. Croix's only accredited sleep disorder treatment practice, Acute Alternative Sleep Center. And utilizing his knowledge and expertise in emergency medicine, Dr. Campbell expanded the medical practice by opening St. Croix's first urgent care center, offering a more convenient and accessible alternative to the nearby hospital emergency room.
In addition to Acute being a traditional medical practice, Dr. Campbell, with a strong desire to have a positive impact on his patients' health and wellbeing, also decided to offer scientifically researched alternative medical tests and therapies to his patients. He also medical-grade supplements and a nutrition bar that offers nutritious smoothies and snacks.
Throughout his medical career, Dr. Campbell has dedicated is life and career to improving the health of his patients. But more importantly, his faith and values have been cornerstone of his commitment to bettering the lives of his family, his patients, and his community.
Eve Anderson, ARNP-BC completed her BSN and MSN in Nursing at Florida International University in Miami, FL. She worked as an acute care RN in several South Florida premier hospitals including University of Miami Hospital, South Miami Baptist Hospital, and Holy Cross Hospital. Eve has experience with Orthopedics, Med-Surg, Wound Care, The Chest Pain Center, Cardiac telemetry, Cardiac Step Down, Pre/Post Cardiac Intervention Unit (CVCU), CCU, SICU, ER Fast Track, InHouse Stroke Response Team, and in the ICU Stroke Unit.
After becoming certified as an Adult-Gerontology Practitioner, she served as clinical adjunct faculty at Jersey College in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. She relocated to the beautiful island of St. Croix in 2016 to be part of the team at Acute Alternative Medical Group and Urgent Care Center. At AAMG, Eve enjoys providing evidence-based treatment plans for acute and chronic conditions, preventive health counseling, patient education on medications and supplements, weight management support, and BioTe hormone therapy counseling and replacement.
Aaron Boswell FNP - BC is a board certified family nurse practitioner who has a diversified background in the medical field. He completed nursing school in the state of Texas where he began his career in the emergency department as a registered nurse. He then trained for cardiac specialty and began working in the cardiac catheterization lab before moving to the island in 2009.
Upon arrival in St. Croix, he further diversified his career into the intensive care unit and dialysis center, as well as continuing to work in the cardiac specialty at the Virgin Islands Cardiac Center at the Juan F. Luis Hospital. In 2014, he moved to Puerto Rico to study and obtain a master's degree of nursing, and in 2016 he graduated as a family nurse practitioner. His studies in Puerto Rico took him to clinical practices in small mountain villages as well as the Veteran's Affairs Primary Care Clinic in San Juan where he completed clinical training and became fluent in the Spanish language. After graduating, he returned to the island of St. Croix to begin a new career as a nurse practitioner where he enjoys working with the diverse population in the community.