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The 2019 Alumni & Friends weekend will take place Friday, October 4th through Saturday, October 5th, 2019. This years theme is “A Roadmap to Value Based Care,” and will feature nationally renowned speakers, as well as the Third Annual John T. Henley Lecture. To register for the Henley Lecture only, please email

The topics for this event are especially relevant to UNC Family Medicine alumni, family medicine physicians and primary care providers as well as managers involved in the transformation to value based care. Preventive Medicine Residency alumni and Medical Student alumni are invited to attend all events, as well as current faculty, residents, and students. Take a look at the brochure here, or read more below!

If you have any questions about the weekend, please contact Reid Johnson.

Take a look at photos from the 2018 Alumni Weekend Photos HERE!

The John T. Henley Lecture and CME conference will be held in the auditorium of the William B. Aycock Family Medicine Building at 590 Manning Drive, Chapel Hill, NC (at the intersection of Manning Drive and 15-501). Parking is available in the S-11 Manning Lot, accessible off of Skipper Bowles Drive. The Friday evening reception and dinner, included in registration, will be held at the Meadowmont Grill at the Rizzo Conference Center (150 Dubose Home Lane, Chapel Hill; 919-913-2098). More detailed directions below.

Lecture & CME – Directions to Department of Family Medicine Building Administrative Floor
UNC Family Medicine, 590 Manning Drive, Chapel Hill, NC  27599-7595

**Parking passes are required and will be available for visitors.**
Administrative Phone: 984-974-4888
Google Map Coordinates HERE

Reception and Dinner – Directions to Meadowmont Courtyard and Grill at Rizzo Center

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The address to the Rizzo Center is 150 DuBose Home Lane, Chapel Hill, NC 27517. From UNC Family Medicine, turn right onto Skipper Bowles Drive, then right onto Manning Drive. At the light, take a left onto Fordham Blvd S, and in 0.7 miles take the exit onto NC 54 East (towards Raleigh). Proceed 1.2 miles and take a left onto Meadowmont Lane, then proceed 0.6 miles and take a right onto DuBose Home Lane.

Upon arriving at the Rizzo Center, turn right at the Gate House. You may park at the first lot on the right and walk to McLean Hall, where you will take the elevator to the first floor courtyard. Your reception is at the courtyard by the pool.

Persons who are mobility challenged should continue past the first parking lot and Loudermilk Hall on the left until you reach McLean Hall, also on the left. Follow the driveway down behind the building and park in the parking lot (shown below). Your reception is at the courtyard by the pool. Take the elevator up to the 1st floor and head towards the right. Exit the doors leading to the courtyard. If you have issues parking in this lot, shuttle service is available by calling the Rizzo Center’s main number at 919-913-2098.

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Rizzo Center
150 DuBose Home Lane
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27517
Main Phone: 919-913-2098

PLEASE USE 150 DUBOSE HOME LANE, CHAPEL HILL NC IN GPS and INTERNET BASED NAVIGATION TOOLS.  Using 150 DuBose HOUSE Lane will direct you to an incorrect location. 

The Department of Family Medicine has reserved rooms for alumni and friends at the Chapel Hill Courtyard by Marriott. The reunion rate is $154 and includes a full breakfast for two. Call the hotel directly at (919) 883-0700 and ask for UNC Family Medicine Alumni Reunion, or visit the website here. In order to get the group rate, reservations need to be made by September 16, 2019.

Other area hotels include: 
Residence Inn | (919) 933-4848
Rizzo Center | (919) 913-2098
Aloft | (919) 932-7772
Franklin Hotel | (919) 442-9000

Friday, October 4
11:30 Registration & Lunch
12:00 John T. Henley Lecture
          Terry “Lee” Mills MD, MMM, CPE, Medical Director for Primary Care at St. John Clinic in Tulsa, OK
Moderated by Margaret Helton, MD, Interim Chair of UNC Family Medicine
1:15   Break
1:30   So You Want to Go to Value Based Care Overnight?
          Tommy Koonce, MD, MPH, UNC Family Medicine
2:10   Behavioral Health – Carve Out, Carve Up or Integrate?
          Linda Myerholtz, PhD, UNC Family Medicine
2:50   Break
3:05   Virtual Care: Business vs Primary Care Models
          Bob Gianforcaro, DO, Executive Director for Population Health & Virtual Care at UNC Health Care
3:45   Alumni Presentations
          Rachel Hines, MD, MPH – DPC Model
          Matt Oettinger, MD, MBA – Alternative Models
          To apply for a presentation contact

6:00   Reception & Dinner
          Honoring Edward J. Shahady, MD, Chair Emeritus
          Meadowmont Courtyard & Grill

Saturday, October 5
8:00   Breakfast with Physician Authors
9:00   Value Based Care for Learners
          Kelly Bossenbroek Fedoriw, MD, UNC Family Medicine
9:40   Measuring and Incentivizing Quality
          Dana Neutze, MD, PhD, UNC Family Medicine
10:20 Break
10:35 Ethics in Value Based Care
          Peter Ubel, MD, Professor of Business, Public Policy and Medicine at Duke University
11:15 Featured Speaker
          How the Accountable Care Organization is Shaping How We View Value Based Care
          Mark Gwynne, DO, President, UNC Health Alliance and UNC Senior Alliance
12:00 Concluding Remarks/Adjourn
          Boxed Lunch Available