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Dr. Hall has been board certified in internal medicine since 2001. His first 6 years of practice were at The North Side Christian Health Center in Pittsburgh where he and his partners received the Catholic Charities "Hero of Healing" Award. He then served as Medical Director at Hope Medical Center in the forest region of Guinea, West Africa. Dr. Hall led a team of Guinean Christian leaders and missionaries from 4 different countries to add General Surgery, Inpatient and Optometry services while stabilizing the Pharmacy supply chain. This led to 19,000 visits in 2009 including hosting a team from Smile Train - the world's largest cleft repair organization. Upon his return from Guinea, he joined UPMC community medicine, practicing a decade in a suburban setting and earned the ACES AWARD. The ACES Award honors staff who exemplify UPMC's five core values - Quality & Safety, Dignity & Respect, Caring & Listening, Responsibility & Integrity, Excellence & Innovation and is awarded to fewer than 1 percent of UPMC staff each year. Since 2021, Dr. Hall has practiced in Butler, Pennsylvania where he cares for patients who come both from the city of Butler as well as outlying rural areas. Throughout his career, Dr. Hall has formally and informally educated and mentored medical students who have gone on to practice at some of the top medical programs in the country including the Mayo Clinic and Johns Hopkins.

He earned a bachelor's degree in biochemistry with a minor in international politics at Clemson University and his doctor of osteopathic medicine at The University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine - now called Kansas City College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Hall completed his Osteopathic Internship and Internal Medicine Residency at The Western Pennsylvania Hospital of Pittsburgh - the same hospital where he was born.

In addition to living overseas, Dr. Hall has participated in numerous short-term medical mission trips to Honduras, Kenya, and Guinea - including during the Ebola outbreak in 2014.

He and his wife have 5 children and have resided in Allegheny County since 2010.


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