A family physician from Mooresville has been installed as the president-elect of the North Carolina Academy of Family Physicians.
Alisa C. Nance will be serving a one-year term with the NCAFP.
Nance attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, graduating in 2002 with a BS degree in pharmacy. She attended Wake Forest University Medical School, graduating in 1996. She completed her residency in 1999 at Memorial Hermann Southwest in Houston, Texas as chief resident. She has been employed with Piedmont Healthcare multi-specialty group in Mooresville since 1999 and served on their board of directors for 10 years
She opened her own practice, Nance Family Medicine, in 2005.
Outside of clinical practice, Nance has been an instrumental voice in the Academy’s professional medical education activities. From early 2014 through December 2017, Nance served as chair of the NCAFP’s Continuing Medical Education Council, a group tasked with addressing issues related to the continuing professional development of family physicians. Most recently, she served as program chair of the NCAFP’s 2015 and 2016 Mid-Summer Family Medicine Digest, an educational conference that attracts family physicians and primary care providers from across the southeast.