Gregory L. Hall, MD is a Cleveland Clinic-trained internal medicine specialist and is the medical director of University Hospitals’ Cutler Center for Men which takes a multidisciplinary approach to improving all men’s health. Dr. Hall is an Associate Professor in both the Internal Medicine and Integrative Medical Sciences departments at the Northeast Ohio Medical University as well as an Associate Clinical Professor at Case Western Reserve University’s School of Medicine. Dr. Hall was a governor-appointed member of the Ohio Commission on Minority Health and served as Chairman for many years, and currently serves as the board president of the Cuyahoga County Board of Health.
Dr. Hall’s book “Patient-Centered Clinical Care for African Americans” was the first comprehensive title detailing the optimal clinical care of African Americans. He is a monthly presenter on the Pri-Med Continuing Medical Education (CME) network with his acclaimed “Bridging the Gap” series. Dr. Hall founded and is the board chairman of the non-profit National Institute for African American Health which mentors the next generation of minority physicians, educates clinical providers on best practices, as well as advocates for better health outcomes in the Black community. He is also the founder & CEO of VitaCode, LLC which produces “Sequence Multivitamins for African Americans” using a formula based on research-confirmed population outcomes.