Dr. Chris Lewis

Class of 1992

While at Finneytown, Chris Lewis spent 6 years (junior high and high school) in the orchestra playing violin. His sports career included 2 years JV soccer, 2 years Varsity Soccer, 4 years wrestling (1 year JV, 3 years Varsity). He was a three time sectional champion, two-time Finneytown Invitational champ, two-time league champion, and state-qualifier. He also volunteered as varsity coach from 2000-2006.


Dr. Christopher Lewis is a Family Physician working for Alliance Primary Care in his hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Biology from Harvard University in 1996. Upon returning home for medical school and residency at the University of Cincinnati, Dr. Lewis completed the International Health tract, was honored with the Intern of the Year award in 2001, and served as Chief Resident in 2002-2003.


In 2004, he founded Village Life Outreach Project, a non-profit organization whose mission is to unite communities to promote life, health, and education. Village Life is currently focused on fighting the battle against poverty in Tanzania, East Africa.


Dr. Lewis’s international health experience includes work in Honduras, El Salvador, Kenya, and Tanzania. He holds a faculty position with the University of Cincinnati Department of Family Medicine, and volunteers his time training undergraduates, medical students and medical residents.


He has served as a local health expert on over 30 local news programs, and is on the board of directors of the West End Health Center in Cincinnati. Dr. Lewis is a diplomat of the American Board of Family Medicine, an active member of the American Academy of Family Medicine, and a committee chair of the Cincinnati Medical Association.


He also speaks to public school students across Cincinnati about sexual health and responsibility.