Veronica Acevedo, PA-C
Training- BS in Biology at University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (2010). MS in Physician Assistant Studies at University of Colorado- Denver (2014)
Clinical Interests- Pediatrics, Preventative Medicine, Women’s Health
Leisure Interests- Spending time with family, running, watching sports and movies
Languages- English and Spanish
Sites- Live Well



Holly Biola, MD, MPH
Chief of Family Medicine
Training- BA in Neuroscience at Princeton University (1995), MD from Emory University School of Medicine (2000), Residency in Family Medicine at the University of Virginia (2003), Masters of Public Health and Career Development Fellowship at University of North Carolina (2004), Fellowships in Primary Care Research and Preventive Medicine at University of North Carolina (2006), Fellowship in Geriatrics at Duke University (2007).
Clinical Interests- Partnering with patients to improve health, systems-level changes to improve quality of care provided
Leisure interests- Spending time with family, Running (slowly), gardening, Pokemon Go
Languages - English
Sites– LCHC Main
Roxanne Bryant, MSN, DNP, FNP-C
Training- BS in nursing from the State University of New York at Buffalo (1986)
MSN at Emory University (1997), Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) at Georgia Health Sciences (2012)
Clinical interests-Chronic disease management, behavioral health, quality improvement
Leisure interests-Reading, family movies, and music
Languages-English, Spanish
Sites-Main Site, Recovery Response Center (formerly Durham Center Access) Lincoln Clinic

Howard Eisenson, MD
Chief Medical Officer
Training – BS in Biology, Union College, Schenectady, NY; MD and residency in Family Medicine, Duke University
Interests – primary care of adults and adolescents
Languages – English
Practice sites – main site Fayetteville St.

Joshua Lancaster, MD
Training- Dr. Lancaster earned his BS in Biology from Davidson College and his MD from Temple University School of Medicine before completing his residency training at the Duke Family Medicine Residency.
Clinical interests - Community engaged care, clinical education
Leisure interests - running, outdoor activities, music, reading, cooking, gardening
Languages - English
Sites – LCHC Main
B. Iris Padilla, Ph.D., MSN, APRN, FNP-BC
Training:  Earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Belmont University; Master of Science in Nursing from Tennessee State University; PhD from University of Tennessee and a Post-Doctoral Fellowship from the University of Michigan
Clinical interests:  Chronic conditions in primary care, specifically diabetes; preceptor training and inter-professional education and collaboration
Leisure interests: running, outdoor activities (kayak, hiking, gardening); music, reading, sports and dogs
Languages: English and Spanish; learning Sign language
Sites: LCHC


Joseph Plaksin, MD

Mara Sanchez MMS, PA-C, RD
Training- BS in Nutrition and Dietetics, University of Florida (1997)
Master of Medical Science, Nova Southeastern University, BS in Physician Assistant Studies (2004).
Clinical Interests- Primary care, wellness, Women’s health, Nutrition education, disease prevention, and diabetes education.
Languages- English, Spanish
Sites- Main LCHC, Livewell