Mary Nolan Hall, MD is the Senior Vice President and Senior Associate Dean of Education and Faculty Affairs at Atrium Health in Charlotte, NC. She is responsible for academic programs: undergraduate and graduate medical education, nursing & allied health, continuing education and PA and NP fellowships as well as physician and APP leadership development. She a Professor of Family Medicine at Atrium Health and at the University of NC at Chapel Hill. Prior to this role, Dr. Hall was in the Atrium Health Department of Family Medicine for 24 years as Medical Student Director, Residency Director and eventually Chair of the Department, from 2003-2011.
Dr. Hall received her undergraduate degree from the State University of New York in Binghamton and her Medical degree from Cornell University Medical College. She completed her residency in family medicine at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, SC and fellowships in faculty development at MUSC and at the University of NC at Chapel Hill. Dr. Hall is past president of the American Balint Society (ABS), past President of the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM) and past Chair of the national Council of Academic Family Medicine (CAFM).
Dr. Hall is a member of the Senior leadership team of the Atrium Health Medical Group and is on the Board of the Carolinas Physician Alliance, an Atrium Health affiliated Clinically Integrated Network (CIN). She also is on the Board of the Carolinas College of Health Sciences and TreesCharlotte and the Board of Commissioners for myFutureNC. She very much enjoys her time with the Atrium Health Women’s Executive Leadership Group (WELG) and the Mentoring Program for Women on the Road to Success (MPWRS). As of July 2018, she serves at the Executive Sponsor of the WELG.
Dr. Hall is married to David H. Hall, MD, a family physician. Their daughter Katherine received her undergraduate and master’s degrees in Education from Wake Forest University and spent 3 years teaching High School Spanish in Charlotte. She is currently at Boston University studying to become an Occupational Therapist. Their son Andrew graduated from Duke University, received his PhD in health psychology from Northwestern University and is a consultant with Boston Consulting Group. Dr. Hall and her family enjoy traveling, exercising and eating great food.