Great Smokies Medical Center of Asheville

Jonathan C. Hall

Jonathan C. Hall Jonathan C. Hall, MD, ABFM

Originally from Minnesota, Dr. Hall received his MS in Human Genetics from Tulane School of Medicine in New Orleans and his medical degree from Louisiana State University School of Medicine in New Orleans. He completed a rural-track Family Medicine residency at Mountain Area Health Education Center (MAHEC) in Hendersonville NC. Dr. Hall’s time spent in electives at Great Smokies Medical Center during the past two years made joining the Medical Center with its integrative medicine philosophy in a family medicine setting a natural transition.

Dr. Hall is board certified in Family Medicine. He is among the first physicians-in-residence to be certified by the American College for Advancement in Medicine (ACAM) in Chelation Therapy. He is a graduate of Bastyr University’s iCAM program and also of Chiang Mai’s Traditional Thai Medicine Practitioner’s Reflexology Training. He is a member of ACAM and also of North Carolina Integrative Medical Society (NCIMS). Consistent with the general nature of family practice, his growing areas of special interest include ascorbic acid therapy, injection therapies, cardiometabolic health, botanical medicine, chelation, genetics, detoxification, hormone balancing, narrative healing, Neural Therapy, nutrition, and orthomolecular medicine.

Dr. Hall sees the patient-doctor relationship as the foundation for healing and optimal health that can be achieved by patients’ proactively engaging in their own healthcare, a process that incorporates active listening and longer appointment times than possible in modern mainstream medicine.

Dr. Hall enjoys spending time exploring the boundaries of the merging of science and technology as a way of evaluating emerging approaches to health concerns and to fine tune and track his own health and performance. He looks forward to living in the greater Asheville area with all it has to offer in culture, cuisine and outdoor recreation. During his free time, he enjoys spending time with his partner, mountain biking, hiking, playing basketball and tennis, wild crafting edible and medicinal plants, investigating medical history and the search for the ultimate swimming hole.

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