Our board-certified physicians, many with fellowship training, are experts in the latest techniques for the diagnosis, treatment and management of a wide range of complex medical problems. CMC serves as the region’s only Level 1 trauma center and is an approved transplant center for heart, kidney, pancreas and liver.We also serve as one of North Carolina’s 5 Academic Medical Center Teaching Hospitals, providing residency training for more than 200 physicians in 15 specialties and serve as a satellite for the medical school at UNC-Chapel Hill. Our dedicated faculty is committed to improving the knowledge base in the field of otolaryngology/head and neck surgery through Medical School, Residency and Fellowship Programs. Our Administrative and support staff are all dedicated to doing all that they can to ensure that patients of the Kittner Eye Center receive the best eye … Continued The Department of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill offers a wide variety of educational opportunities. If you are symptomatic or have a known COVID contact, please call the Occupational Health Hotline at 984-215-5668 (UNC Medical Center and Faculty Physicians employees) or the University’s Campus Health Services at 919-966-2281 (School of Medicine employees). He received his baccalaureate and doctoral degrees in pharmacy at the University of Florida, a master of public health in health policy and administration, and a fellowship at UNC-Chapel Hill. Alongside our providers, you’ll find the compassionate care teams WakeMed is known for – providing you everything need to feel your very best. Timothy J. Ives, Pharm.D., M.P.H., is a professor of pharmacy and adjunct professor of medicine at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The Kittner Eye Center and the Department of Ophthalmology are staffed by highly trained ophthalmologists, optometrists, nurses, clinical technicians and other support personnel representing all sub-specialties of ophthalmology. Fellowship: Faculty Development in General Internal Medicine, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Special Info: Dr. Matt Blackwell joined the faculty at Carolinas Medical Center in 2006. Professor of Medicine; Deputy Director, UNC Kidney Center; Chief Medical Director, UNC Dialysis Care; Medical Director, Carolina Dialysis Siler City Office Location: 7155 Burnett-Womack 919-445-2684 sagar@med.unc.edu UNC Health Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates. Dr. Jones joined the faculty at Carolinas Medical Center, where he created and was the Director of the Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship Program until 2015. He is currently the Medical Director of Student Health at the University of North Carolina Charlotte. Get the latest on COVID-19 vaccines, steps we're taking to keep you safe, visitor restrictions, and additional resources and information.Please be aware that mask wearing is required at all UNC Health facilities. Assistant Professor, UNC School of Information and Library Science; Senior Faculty Researcher, Center for Information, Technology, and Public Life Expertise and interests: Social media, political partisanship, and democratic participation, particularly how Google and Wikipedia are manipulated for political gains. Search faculty Department/Division - Any - Cardiology Endocrinology, Metabolism, and Nutrition Gastroenterology General Internal Medicine Geriatrics Hematologic Malignancies and Cellular Therapy Hematology Infectious Diseases Medical Oncology Nephrology Pulmonary, Allergy, and Critical Care Medicine Rheumatology and Immunology He has been the Team Physician for the USA Water Polo Men’s National Team. He served as Associate Program Director for over five years prior to accepting the position as Program Director. Medical workers at the UNC Medical Center in Chapel Hill began receiving COVID-19 vaccines Dec. 15, marking a significant turning point in the response to the pandemic.