Hypertension Clinic Providers
Alan Lee Hinderliter, MD
Henry A. Foscue Professor of Medicine, Division of Cardiology
Co-Director, UNC Hypertension Clinic
Dr. Hinderliter is a member of the Division of Cardiology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. His principal clinical focus is the evaluation and treatment of high blood pressure. He is especially interested in difficult-to-control hypertension. His other clinical interests include preventive cardiology, valvular heart disease, and echocardiography. He is the Medical Director of the UNC Echocardiography Laboratory. His research interests include lifestyle interventions for the treatment of hypertension, novel therapies for resistant hypertension, out-of-office blood pressure measurement, the effects of high blood pressure on cardiovascular structure and function, and the cardiovascular effects of air pollution.
Dr. Hinderliter sees patients with difficult to control high blood pressure in the UNC Hypertension Clinic, where a multidisciplinary approach utilizes both lifestyle modification and medications, as well as investigative techniques, to treat hypertension. He also sees patients in the general cardiology clinic and the UNC Heart and Vascular Center at Meadowmont.
Raven Voora, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of Nephrology and Hypertension
Co-Director, UNC Hypertension Clinic
Dr. Voora has been a member of the Division of Nephrology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill since 2011. Prior to joining the Division of Nephrology, she was practicing with a nephrology group in Fairfax, Virginia.
At UNC, Dr Voora is involved in the management of acute and chronic kidney disease. She is also a hypertension specialist and sees patients with hypertension at the UNC Hypertension Clinic, where a multidisciplinary approach utilizes both lifestyle modification and medications, as well as investigative techniques, to treat hypertension. She is interested in the diagnosing and treating patients with difficult to manage hypertension as well as routine and less common causes of hypertension.
In addition, she sees patients with kidney disease in Chapel Hill and the Burlington Kidney Center in Burlington, North Carolina.
Leslie L. Davis, PhD, RN, ANP-BC, FPCNA, FAANP, FAHA
Dr. Davis is a full time faculty member of the School of Nursing at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She maintains a part time nurse practitioner (NP) practice with the Division of Cardiology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dr. Davis is a fellow in the American Association of Nurse Practitioners, the American College of Cardiology, the American Heart Association, and the Preventive Cardiovascular Nurses Association. She is also a certified hypertension clinician through the American Society of Hypertension. As a clinician, she focuses her care on adults with hypertension, heart failure, and acute coronary syndromes. Her research interests include self-care and symptom management with women who have experienced cardiovascular conditions. She has served as editor for the book Cardiovascular Nursing Secrets (2004), and as guest editor for two special cardiovascular editions in the Journals for Nurse Practitioners (2013 and 2019).
Dr. Davis sees patients in the UNC Hypertension Clinic, where she provides expert advice in adopting a healthy lifestyle to lower blood pressure and reduce overall cardiovascular risk.
Zack Deyo, PharmD, BCPS, CPP
Clinical Pharmacist Practitioner, UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy
Dr. Deyo is a Clinical Pharmacist Practitioner and Quality Improvement Coach in the Department of Pharmacy at the University of North Carolina Medical Center and Adjunct Assistant Professor at the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy, Chapel Hill, NC. His principal clinical focus is managing chronic cardiovascular disease and associated medication therapies. He is especially interested in demonstrating clinical pharmacy care models that close gaps in healthcare.
Dr. Deyo co-manages patients with difficult to control high blood pressure in the UNC Hypertension Clinic as well as other chronic cardiovascular diseases including atrial fibrillation and heart failure at the UNC Heart and Vascular Center at Eastowne.