Faculty are at the core of AMCH. They bring extensive experience in homeopathy, clinical treatment and teaching to our programs. A core value of AMCH is the success of students. Faculty are critical to this aspect of our college, and are trained and encouraged to work with students to ensure their success.
Mary Grace Warner MD, MD(H), CCH
Faculty Member; Dean of Medical CenterMary Grace Warner received her medical degree from the University of Michigan where she completed post-graduate training in Internal Medicine and Cardiology, followed by a research fellowship at the Cox Heart Institute, Dayton, Ohio. Then Medical Director of the School of Cardiovascular Ultrasound for sixteen years at the Arizona Heart Institute, Dr. Warner was a leader in vascular and cardiac ultrasound and one of the first physicians in Arizona to perform transesophageal echocardiography. For the following 10 years in her practice, Integrative Cardiology PLLC, in Scottsdale Arizona, Dr. Warner combined the best of conventional cardiology with holistic heart care. But the continued erosion of the art of medicine by insurance and pharmaceutical companies, as well as government guidelines for medical practice, led Dr. Warner to search for other paradigms of healing. In 2001, Dr. Warner began a healing and educational journey at the American Medical College of Homeopathy. In 2008 she received State of Arizona certification (MD(H) and in 2010, national certification (CCH). “I have always viewed the patient as a whole person experiencing an illness, rather than focusing only on the illness. In Homeopathy the whole person and his entire life are the basis of treatment.” Dr. Warner practices classical homeopathy and consults in cardiovascular diseases as needed.
Orville Weyrich ND, PhD
Faculty MemberOrville Weyrich has a Master's degree in Organic Chemistry from Duke University a PhD in Physical Organic Chemistry from the University of Tennessee, and an ND degree from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine. He is licensed in Arizona as a Naturopathic Medical Doctor. He has taught at various schools including the Phoenix Institute of Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture, Auburn University, University of Georgia, Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine and various campuses of the Maricopa Community College system. He practices naturopathic and integrative medicine from his office in Phoenix. He specialized in autoimmune diseases, autism, chronic diseases including fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue, as well as proctology.
Margaret Williams MD, MD(H)
Faculty MemberDr. Margaret Jean Williams specializes in the Medicine of Well-Being, integrating elements of psychiatry, medicine, shamanism, breath, heart centered meditation, dream work, sacred storytelling, nutrition, movement and healing touch and homeopathy. She graduated from LSU School of Medicine in Shreveport and completed residencies at UTMB in Galveston in Pediatrics and Psychiatry. She completed her Child and Adolescent Fellowship there as well. She is in her fourth decade of medical practice which has taken her see patients in private practice, hospitals, shelters, residential treatment facilities, university clinics, community mental health facilities, jails, prisons and children's prisons. She also taught psychiatry in a family practice residency program. Dr. Williams has been gifted with depth experiences in shamanic fields and shamanic initiations, ancient healing modalities, and the heart center exploring the deeper mysteries of what it means to be human, mysteries of the soul and the heart and what happens when we live too much in the mind, and how to return to the heart and body where our hearts and souls can blossom creating well-being. Her interests include continuing these explorations, painting, guitar, traveling, ranching, gardening and sharing her discoveries through talks, gatherings, workshops, and individual sessions.