Our Team of Dedicated Care Providers


Dr. Gary Holland

In 1983, Dr. Gary Holland graduated Magna Cum Laude from Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia with a Bachelors Degree in Biology. He then attended the Medical College of Virginia graduating with his MD in 1987. Dr. Holland completed his residency in 1990 in Boise Idaho and was Board Certified in Family Medicine. 

In 1998, Dr. Holland moved with his wife and three children to Pastaza, Ecuador where he became fluent in Spanish and volunteered his skills at a Christian mission hospital. Upon returning to the United States in 2002, Dr. Holland began specializing in hospice and palliative care. As the full time Medical Director of Comfort Worx Hospice he continues to render his incredible talent and bedside manner to its deserving patients, in both English and Spanish. In 2004, Dr. Holland earned his Board Certification in Hospice and Palliative Care, becoming one of a few Hospice Medical Directors to carry this higher designation. Dr. Holland also serves as the Medical Director for Home Medical Services, a companion practice to Comfort Worx Hospice that allows elderly patients who do not yet qualify for hospice services to still receive doctor visits wherever they live without having to travel to a specialty clinic.


Paige m. kimball

Paige M. Kimball was born in Santa Barbara, California and spent the majority of her formative years in Provo, Utah where she later attended and graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor’s in Science with an emphasis in Nursing.

After graduation, Paige worked for a short time on a trauma unit before moving Boston in 2009 to attend the William F. Connell Graduate School of Nursing. There she specialized as a Family Nurse Practitioner, developing a deeper understanding of healthcare and the human body. During her studies at Boston College she was inducted into the Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honors society.

While attending Boston College fulltime, Paige also worked fulltime as a Registered Nurse in the emergency department at MetroWest Medical Center – Framingham Union Hospital. It was during this experience in the emergency department where Paige was first exposed to understanding the true importance of optimal preventative healthcare, nutrition included.

After graduation, Paige worked full-time for United Healthcare providing primary care services for their members residing in skilled nursing facilities. She developed an intense love and respect for the geriatric population.

In the summer of 2015, Paige and her two dogs, Cooper and Lucy packed up and moved from Boston to Utah where they built a beautiful home in Vineyard.