Rebecca Hayes, MD, MBA-HM, CPE, FAAFP

Dr. Rebecca Hayes is the first 2022 Golden Stethoscope Award winner!

After more than two years of sacrifice and hard work it is time to celebrate again!  The North Carolina Medical Society is honoring physicians and PAs who went above and beyond during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Each day this week we are announcing the winners. YOU can join them at the Golden Stethoscope Awards Gala on October 15.




About Dr. Hayes:

Rebecca Hayes, MD, MBA-HM, CPE, FAAFP currently serves as the Vice-Chair of Clinical and Community Operations in the Department of Family Medicine and the Assistant Specialty Medical Director of the community clinics in the Emerging Care Model Division at Atrium Health. She leads the primary care community and teaching clinics in the Greater Charlotte Area through positive healthcare delivery transformation to better care for and improve the lives of underserved communities, while also developing highly skilled, competent, and compassionate primary care physicians.  In her 15 years with Atrium Health, Dr. Hayes has served as medical director and core faculty at Elizabeth Family Medicine, and associate program director for Cabarrus Family Medicine Residency Program. In addition she is currently a Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine at Wake Forest University School of Medicine. She was selected as the 2009 Cabarrus Family Medicine Residency Family Physician of the year. Prior to joining Atrium Health, Dr. Hayes had the honor to serve in multiple leadership positions within the US Navy Medical Corp to include faculty and team leader at Naval Hospital Pensacola Family Medicine Residency Program, Senior Medical Officer for the Naval Aviation Technical Training Center Medical Clinic, and Regimental Surgeon, 10th Marines, 2nd Marine Division, Camp Lejeune, NC.  Dr. Hayes holds a Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry from UNC-Greensboro and is a graduate of the Medical University of South Carolina College of Medicine.  She completed her family medicine residency at Naval Hospital Bremerton, WA and her Faculty Development Fellowship at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dr. Hayes earned her MBA in Healthcare Management from Western Governor’s University in 2021.  Dr. Hayes lives in Concord, NC with her husband and 8 year old son.  They enjoy all things Disney/Star Wars and spending time at the beach.

More winners will be announced all week!

It is time to leave the lab coat at the office and dust off your dancing shoes!  Join Dr. Hayes and all your NCMS colleagues on October 15 at the 2022 Golden Stethoscope Awards Gala.

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