Meet Our Faculty

Program Director - Roy Lemaster, MD, CAQ

Roy Lemaster, MD is a graduate of the Ohio State University College of Medicine in 2003. Went on to complete residency in Family Medicine at Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus, Ohio. Obtained a CAQ in sports medicine after completing his fellowship at Kettering Sports Medicine through Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio. Prior to coming to Halifax Health, he was working as a physician in Sports Medicine at the University of Cincinnati. Sporting event experience of all ages and includes team coverage of high school, college, and professional sports. He has a special interest in procedural medicine including joint/soft tissue injections and minor skin procedure. Outside of work enjoys spending time with his wife and 3 dogs as well as outdoor activities including golf, softball, swimming, and motorcycle riding.

Brent Fulton, MD, CAQ

Brent N. Fulton, MD, is a graduate of Bowman Gray/Wake Forest School of Medicine.  He completed his family medicine residency and sports medicine fellowship at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, FL.  He is a graduate of the United States Naval Academy where he earned a degree in Ocean Engineering.  He served in the United States Navy as a special operations officer before attending medical school.  He is currently in a private sports medicine and orthopaedic rehabilitation practice in Daytona Beach, FL.  He has special interests in acupuncture, spine rehabilitation, medical exercise and water/endurance/action sports injuries.

Brian Bogdanowicz, MD, CAQ

Brian Bogdanowicz, MD, is a graduate of the Halifax Health sports medicine fellowship in Daytona Beach, FL.

John Shelton, MD, CAQ

Dr. Shelton graduated from East Carolina University with a B.A. in Biology in 1976 followed by medical education at Bowman Gray School of Medicine/Wake Forest University in 1980. He completed University of Florida Family Medicine Residency receiving the resident teacher of the year award. Dr. Shelton's practice experience includes 3 years of Emergency Medicine practice in Central Florida followed by 3 years of private Family Medicine practice in Cary, NC.
In 1989, he joined the faculty at Halifax Health - Family Medicine Residency Program. In 1997, Halifax Health - Sports Medicine Fellowship Program, becoming the first accredited community based Sports Medicine program in Florida. Dr. Shelton also serves as an FSU Clinical Assistant Professor teaching medical students from the FSU Daytona Beach Campus. He has been a team physician for middle, high school, college and professional teams, actively networking with local Athletic Trainers. He continues to evaluate elite athletes including ultra-marathon cycling and coverage of the Iron Man Hawaii. Dr. Shelton’s mass event planning and coverage experience includes the 2005 Komen 3 day, the annual Ormond Beach Tri-Y, the Sprint Triathlon and the Daytona Frogman Olympic Triathlon.  He is a member of the AMSSM Program Directors Committee and In-Training Exam committees. In addition to sports medicine, Dr. Shelton's other areas of expertise include procedural Family Medicine including stress testing, skin procedures and compartment pressure measurement in athletes. Being a good role model, his primary physical activity is road bicycling, averaging 50- 75 miles weekly.