Oct
10
2012

Denise Hunnell, M.D.

Dr. Denise Jackson Hunnell is a Fellow of Human Life International. She graduated from Rice University with a BA in biochemistry and psychology. She earned her medical degree from The University of Texas Southwestern Medical School. She went on to complete a residency in family medicine at Marquette General Hospital, Marquette, Michigan.

Upon completion of her training, Dr. Hunnell served as a family physician in the United States Air Force. She was honorably discharged. She continued to practice medicine all over the country as her husband’s Air Force career kept them on the move. In order to better care for her family, Dr. Hunnell retired from active clinical practice and focused her professional efforts on writing and teaching. She has contributed work to local and national Catholic publications as well as to secular newspapers including the Washington Post and the Washington Times. She also teaches anatomy and physiology at Northern Virginia Community College Woodbridge Campus. Dr. Hunnell serves as an elected member of the Board of Directors for the Fellowship of Catholic Scholars. Other affiliations include the American Academy of Family Physicians, The Catholic Medical Association, and the National Catholic Bioethics Center. She received her certification in health care ethics from the National Catholic Bioethics Center in 2009.

Dr. Hunnell has been married for nearly thirty years to Colonel (ret) John F. Hunnell, an Air Force test pilot. They have four children and are blessed with three grandchildren so far.

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  • Texas ParentsCare

    Thank you, Dr. Hunnell, for being a champion of truth and life! We are in a battle against Comprehensive Sex Ed and need more doctors like you telling the truth and sharing it! Comprehensive Sex Ed (CSE) is harming our society. It is telling our kids, “abstinence is the only fool-proof method for not getting an infection or getting pregnant but if you’re going to have sex, wear a condom.” That is a lie from the pit of hell. The CSE crowd does not tell children about the emotional, spiritual and even all the physical damage of casual, premarital sex. It does not tell all the risks of contraception. It does not clearly outline all the emotional damage done by CSE. They hide it. They want to sell birth control (even though the World Health Organization classifies birth control pills as a Class 1 Carcinogen), condoms and abortions. Planned Parenthood underwrites the teaching of CSE through grants and partner/affiliate programs. Trust us when we say Planned Parenthood has no business teaching abstinence to our children! Thank you for being a light in the darkness, for encouraging families to raise their children and not the government and thank you for being a faithful doctor who cares about the health of our children!

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