Jeffrey Davenport MD
Jeffrey Davenport MD was born in the Oklahoma City area and was raised in Edmond, San Antonio, and Bartlesville. He returned to Edmond for his full 4 year high school career and graduated an Edmond Memorial Bulldog in 1993.
Dr. Davenport spent 1993-1998 earning his bachelor’s degree in Biology with a minor in Microbiology at Oklahoma State University. Once finished with his undergrad degree, he attended the University of Oklahoma college of medicine in Oklahoma City from the years of 1999-2003 earning his degree of medical doctor.
This led to 3 years in Wichita, KS at the KU affiliated Wesley Family Medicine Residency Program. After graduation from residency in 2006, he returned to Edmond, OK and has practiced medicine there since September, 2006. Dr. Davenport was in private practice for 3 years, then employed by HCA (owners of the OU health system) for 5 years, and has now opened a medical practice he has dreamed of for years at One Focus Medical.
He met the love of his life very early in life. Christine and Dr. D have been in love since they were high school sweet hearts. They’ve been married since 1998, and she is his best friend and love. She’s also the mother of his children: Megan, born in 2001 and Molly, 2004. They are young women of God, and Doc knows that there will be many firearms needed as the girls go through the dating years to keep all of the suitors in line.
Dr. D is a Family Medicine doctor, and he knows God gave him the gift to take care of people. He cares for his patients and wants them to have happy, healthy families. The age old question is:If you won the lottery tomorrow, what would you do? His response:“Exactly what I am doing now. God has blessed me to be a Family Doc. I take care of people. That’s what I do. That’s who I am.”
Jenny Le, MD
Jenny Le looks forward to being your partner-in-health at One Focus Medical! She was born in Pontiac, Michigan and later raised in a small town two hours north of Detroit – Bad Axe, Michigan. She left Bad Axe for high school in Massachusetts but later came back to the University of Michigan for undergraduate and medical school. After nine years in Ann Arbor, Michigan, she decided that she had enough of the snow and cold and looked for somewhere considerably warmer.
She ended up doing her family medicine residency at the University of Texas in Houston. There, she met her first Asian American guy that had a cowboy hat, Texas accent and drawled “howdy”! She was so taken by his charming manner that she decided to marry him! Hamilton has been one of the biggest blessings in her life. In fact, he was the one that brought her to Oklahoma. They moved here in the summer of 2001 when he started his surgical residency at OU. During that time, she worked for Integris and the Kickapoo tribe. In 2006, they left Oklahoma after he graduated from his surgery residency, so Hamilton could serve on Active Duty in the Army. Along the way, they had stops in California and Germany. Their time in the Army was an amazing experience, and gave her a deep appreciation for being an American, especially after being a military wife with a husband who was deployed to Iraq.
After five years away from Oklahoma, they couldn’t stay away and came back! Jenny and Hamilton realized that Oklahoma is where they wanted to raise their two children – Jasmyne and Austin. Jasmyne is now a teenager and Austin is a tween. Both are thriving and have reinforced that they made a great decision to raise them in the Sooner State! The Le family has been back since July, 2011. Jenny was at OU-P Fountainlake in Edmond until December 2017. She loves being a primary care physician and has really enjoyed her time at OU. With healthcare in transition, she felt like she wanted to go back to the core of what medicine means to her – the special relationship between a provider and her patient. She wants to have the time to really focus on getting to know her patients and what their concerns are rather than jumping through hoops for bureaucratic reasons. She truly believes in the biopsychosocial model of medicine. She thinks that our spiritual and emotional health is tied to our physical health. It is all interconnected and equally important. She thinks lifestyle and living a balanced life is important for overall health. She focuses on trying to keep people healthy by helping them make good lifestyle choices for them. Jenny loves and values her relationships with her patients. She feels that she has been “called” to medicine and it is a part of who she is. She looks forward to partnering with you towards healthier, happier, and more balanced life.
Jeff Owen, APRN-FNP
Jeff was born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri until his family relocated to Oklahoma City in 1976. Jeff attended Del City High School where he participated in many activities including wrestling and football. After graduation, Jeff served for 6 years in the Army Reserves as an infantry soldier and drill sergeant.
In 1995, Jeff earned his RN degree from Oklahoma City Community College. In 2008, Jeff was recognized as the top Bachelor of Science in Nursing graduate from Southwestern Oklahoma State University. In 2014, Jeff graduated with honors from Georgetown University as a Nurse Practitioner specializing in Family Medicine. Jeff has experience in urgent care, occupational medicine, sleep medicine, and medical weight loss.
Jeff and his wife Mischa are active members of the Southwest church of Christ in SW Oklahoma City. They also enjoy spending time with their children, grandchildren, and their two bichons, Max and Ollie.
“My goal as a Family Nurse Practitioner is to treat the whole patient – not just an illness or condition. As your provider, I will partner with you to help you maintain a healthy lifestyle or effectively manage a chronic health condition. Regardless of your healthcare needs, Direct Primary Care is the answer for you. I look forward to working with you to improve your health and wellness.”
Mike specializes in helping people move from what’s real to what’s ideal. Understanding that personal health and well-being includes the mind as well as the body, Mike utilizes a solution focused approach to assist people in dealing with anxiety, stress, depression and everything in between.
Mike grew up in and has spent the majority of his life in Oklahoma. After graduating from Mustang High School in 1992, he attended Oklahoma Baptist University, majoring in Bible. In 1996, Mike graduated from OBU, married his college sweetheart and they started their life together serving the Lord in Pastoral Ministry. Mike then went on to obtain a Master of Arts degree in Religion from Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary and continued serving as a Pastor in Oklahoma until 2010. Mike moved the focus of his ministry to counseling by earning a Master of Arts degree in Counseling through Mid-America Christian University and working as a Counselor since 2015.
Mike and his wife Darla are raising four teenagers, three boys and one girl…and yes, she has daddy wrapped around her little finger. They enjoy camping, hiking and taking trips to see Paw-Paw in Texas.
“In all honesty,” Mike says, “I think the things I’ve learned over the years as a father and as a pastor are helping me serve people through counseling as much as my academic training. I’ve learned that people have a lot more resources available within themselves than they often realize. In helping them realize their inner resources, people can create the most wonderful and personalized solutions for many of the challenges they face.”