Dr. Moore is a family medicine physician with UNC’s Family Medicine Residency program. He began his career with five years working in a community health center setting providing both primary care as well as care for those living with HIV, viral hepatitis, and substance use disorders. He completed his Bachelors of the Arts in English at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA. He then also completed his medical degree at Virginia Commonwealth, and then completed family medicine residency training in an integrated HIV and Hepatitis C training program at Lawrence Family Medicine Residency in Massachusetts. He continues to provide care for patients with HIV, viral hepatitis, and substance use disorders in addition to providing comprehensive primary care.
Outside of work, he loves spending time with his wife and two children, as well as playing music (guitar, banjo), reading, biking, and running.
Areas of Interest
Dr. Moore’s chief interests lie in optimizing care of individuals with HIV and Hepatitis C in the context of primary care, and in how providing this care in primary health settings can allow for enhanced treatment outcomes for local populations. He continues to direct the HIV, viral hepatitis, and medication-assisted treatment programs for Rural Health Group, a federally-qualified health center in northeastern North Carolina. He helped to form and continues to provide training in primary care delivery of Hepatitis C treatment through the Carolina Hepatitis Academic Mentorship Program. He lectures through the state on primary care delivery models for Hepatitis C and HIV treatment as well as optimizing treatment of opiate use disorder in primary care.
Carolina Hepatitis C Academic Mentorship Program (CHAMP)