Andy Sutton

Owner / Chief Operating Officer

Andy is one of our original founders along with his wife Keri. He works behind the scenes helping to bring the vision for Kare to reality. His passion for seeing our patients get better constantly drives him to look for more methods of care for them. Andy and Keri form a dynamic couple that are in sync and focused on a unified goal of bringing Functional Medicine to as many people as possible.

As one of our founders, Andy has seen first hand in his life and the lives of his family, the power of Functional Medicine. As our leaders, Andy and Keri believe in practicing what they teach by living a clean and healthy lifestyle.

Along with starting and operating Kare Health & Wellness, Andy had a 15 year career in Architecture as a Project Manager. That experience has been crucial to the physical growth of Kare as the clinic has undergone numerous renovations and expansions. His background in design work has also enabled him to design Kare’s logos and marketing materials. Prior to architecture Andy had extensive experience in management which has also served Kare well in hiring and developing staff.

Outside of the clinic Andy enjoys working out and staying fit. He and Keri keep a very rigid workout schedule to stay healthy and keep up with the demands of raising three kids and running a business. Andy is also a head baseball coach for the Midwest Mavericks Baseball Club. Baseball has been a passion of his since his playing days that afforded him the opportunity to play collegiately. He now finds the opportunity to build productive and responsible young men through the game of baseball very rewarding.

About Us

Our mission is to create a safe environment for our patients to share their story and be empowered to take control of their health.  We constantly challenge patients to think differently about their health. We never find contentment in simply being disease free. We want to help patients optimize their vitality of life so that they can strive for things that they thought were unattainable.

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