Dr. Corcoran is a Family Practitioner and the Founder and Chief Medical Officer of Centro Medico Familiar / Family Medical Center, a primary care clinic for the uninsured and under-insured in Baldwin County, Alabama. Dr. Corcoran attended the University of Kansas Medical School and is an elected member of Alpha Omega Alpha Academic Honor Society. She completed her residency at the University of South Alabama, during which she was awarded Resident Teacher of the Year. Her medical career began in an FQHC Migrant Clinic in Foley, Alabama, which included going out to the fields to provide care to the workers and their children. Prior to her career as a Physician, she was a Research Scientist whose team brought the first licensed Lyme’s disease vaccine to market worldwide, which resulted in patents and peer-reviewed articles. She was inducted into the Performance Guild for Research and Development. The Corcoran’s spend their time between Highlands and the gulf coast of Alabama. When Barbara and her husband Tom are not gathered around a dinner table spending time with family and friends, you will find them enjoying golf, hiking, gardening, croquet, reading and traveling.