Dr. Gregory leads the day-to-day operations for the DukeWELL Pharmacy Services team, supervises Duke Primary Care’s embedded pharmacy program, and serves as a clinical pharmacist at Duke Primary Care Knightdale. He is also an adjunct assistant professor at the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy. Dr. Gregory graduated from the Eshelman School of Pharmacy at UNC Chapel Hill and completed a general pharmacy residency at WakeMed Health & Hospitals in Raleigh, NC. Prior to joining Duke Health in 2017, he practiced as the ambulatory care specialist at WakeMed and assisted in coordinating the Wake County AHEC pharmacy program. He is board certified in ambulatory care and has the unique designation of clinical pharmacist practitioner, which allows him to order medications and labs under the supervision of a physician.
John P Yeatts MD, MPH serves as assistant vice president (AVP) and chief medical officer (CMO) of Population Health at Duke Health, as well as executive director of Duke Connected Care, Duke’s accountable care organization (ACO). A practicing internist, Dr. Yeatts also serves as assistant professor of medicine at the Duke University School of Medicine and serves as acting program director for the Management and Leadership Pathway for Residents, a residency program unique to Duke that seeks to train the next generation of physician executives.
Prior to enrolling in medical school, Dr. Yeatts worked at Goldman Sachs in London. A North Carolina native, he completed his undergraduate education as a Morehead scholar at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, where he also eventually earned his medical degree and masters in public health. He completed residency training at Duke University Hospital in internal medicine and the Management and Leadership Pathway. He lives in Durham, NC with his wife Emily and three sons.