Doug Briggs, M.D., Medical Director
Dr. Doug Briggs comes full circle in joining NeighborHealth as medical director. His family moved to Raleigh in 1981, and he graduated from UNC Chapel Hill School of Medicine in 1987. After graduation, Dr. Briggs finished a family medicine residency program at UT Southwestern in Dallas in 1990. While in Dallas, he and his wife attended Dallas Theological Seminary and began planning a career serving in the developing world. From 1990 until 1995, he spent time in private practice in Dallas. He was involved in short-term trips to Guatemala, India and China.
In 1995, Dr. Briggs, his wife, Michaele, and their two small children moved to southwest China where he started a village doctor program and a walk-in clinic while working in a school for disabled adults. From 1998 until 2018 he was involved in training village doctors from the Chinese countryside, seeing patients from the poor villages, and taking part in various public health efforts to control the spread of infectious disease while working to put an end to ostracism of the sick and disabled in mainstream society.
Dr. Briggs’ medical care vision focuses on caring for individuals, families, and communities in a way that integrates all aspects of health with attention to physical, mental, emotional, and societal health. His intent is to combine health restoration, illness prevention, and preservation of personal dignity and autonomy while training patients how to be more involved with their own health.
Betsy Joyner, PA-C
Betsy Joyner grew up in Nashville, North Carolina and received a Bachelor of Science in Human Biology from North Carolina State University. She attended Elon University where she completed her degree in Physician Assistant Studies. Prior to joining NeighborHealth, she worked in Endocrinology. Betsy enjoys spending time with her husband, son, and their dog, Raven. She is passionate about ensuring everyone has access to quality health care.
Stacy Boulton, MD/OBGYN
Stacy Boulton, MD, OB/GYN, is a Knoxville native. She graduated summa cum laude from the University of Tennessee, also attending medical school at UT. She completed her residency in Ohio in 2004, working in academics at the University of Cincinnati. While there, she directed a Cincinnati clinic for pregnant women affected by substance abuse, then transitioned to private practice.
She and her husband, a Raleigh cardiothoracic surgeon, moved from Ohio to Atlanta, where Stacy remained in private practice. The family relocated to Raleigh in 2012, where Stacy has worked as a WakeMed North laborist. Dr Boulton has a passion for ensuring quality prenatal and gynecological care is accessible to all. The Boulton family regularly travels to a hospital in Kenya where Stacy and her husband provide relief support to missionary & Kenyan physicians, as well as participate in physician training. In her free time she loves to be outside (cycling, hiking, climbing, camping) and spending time with her husband and four sons.
Andrea Weathers, MD, Dr.PH, FAAP, Pediatrician
Dr. Weathers is a native North Carolinian. After being raised in Greensboro, she moved to Raleigh and graduated from the Jesse O. Sanderson High School. Dr. Weathers is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She completed her graduate medical education at the Brody School of Medicine. She later earned a Master’s in Public Health and a Doctorate in Public Health from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Dr. Weathers has a long history of service to the fields of Medicine and Public Health. This service includes a faculty teaching position at the Brody School of Medicine, appointment to the National Advisory Council on Migrant Health by the U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services, and service on the following boards: Board-of-Directors of the East Coast Migrant Head Start Project, the Health Advisory Committee of the East Coast Migrant Head Start Project, the Board-of-Directors of the NC Farmworker Health Program, the Board-of-Directors of the North Carolina Society of Hispanic Professionals, and the GlaxoSmithKline Awards Committee.
Currently, Dr. Weathers is a member of the NC Pediatric Society and the American Academy of Pediatrics–where she serves as co-chair of the Refugee Work Group of the Immigrant Health Special Interest Group.
Dr. Weathers’ lifelong dream has been to serve children and families by providing health care in a community context. She is driven by a belief in the fundamental dignity and the inherent worth of all people. Because of this core belief, Dr. Weathers understands that excellence in patient care requires human connections, as well as an understanding of the social, family and community contexts of each patient’s lived experience. As a result, Dr. Weathers enjoys the “art of medicine” as much as the “science of medicine.”
Dr. Weathers lives in Morrisville, is a lifelong student of the Spanish language and is a violinist. In her spare time, she enjoys community service, weaving, exercising, and relaxing on the Outer Banks of NC. She is married to Dr. Rinson Weathers (Internal/Emergency Medicine) and has two daughters.
Molly Jordan, PA-C
Molly Jordan, PA-C, joined NeighborHealth in May 2019. After 17 years overseas in Africa, Asia, and Eastern Europe, Molly and her family returned to North Carolina in July 2018. During her time overseas, she worked to improve the access and quality of critical health services in limited resourced communities through clinical and non-profit work.
Before going overseas, Molly worked in Winston-Salem at the Forsyth County Department of Public Health. She graduated from Wake Forest PA program and completed a Masters in Public Health from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Molly’s passion is to assist people in vulnerable communities to achieve optimal physical, spiritual, and emotional health and wholeness. “I especially enjoy working to improve the lives of families and communities.”
Morgan Doherty, RN
Amy Gross, RN
Alicia Manson, RN
Emily Watkins, RN
Rebecca Costa, MA
Richie Rojas, MA
Michelle Wright, MA