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Although brief bios of EagleEye’s full- and part-time radiologists appear elsewhere on this site, we will periodically highlight the professional and personal backgrounds of those who devote a major part of their professional time to providing interpretations of studies at the request of EagleEye's clients. We hope in this way to better introduce our team to the staffs of current and prospective clients.

Gregory Hall, MD

Dr. Hall, who joined EagleEye on a full-time basis in September 2016, graduated with distinction from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1989, with a BS in Aerospace Engineering. Following graduation, he served 8 years as a Naval Special Warfare (SEAL) Officer. He completed Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) school in Coronado CA, and served as an Assistant Task Unit Commander at SEAL Delivery Vehicle Team 2 and Assistant Platoon Commander at SEAL Team 8, completing two deployments to the Mediterranean Sea.

He then enrolled in the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences Medical School in Bethesda, MD, and graduated with his MD degree in 2001. He served his internship in Pediatrics at the Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, Virginia. Following Internship, he served as an Undersea Medical Officer on board the USS Frank Cable in Guam. He returned to Bethesda, MD and completed residency in Diagnostic Radiology in 2009 at the National Naval Medical Center. Dr. Hall then became staff radiologist at Naval Hospital Campus Lejeune in North Carolina where he served as Chief of Radiology from 2010-2013. During this time he deployed to the Expeditionary Medical Facility Kuwait as the staff Radiologist and Director of Clinical Support Services

Since his separation from the military in 2013, Dr. Hall has provided Radiology Services as a member of two private practice groups, most recently in New Bern, North Carolina. He currently resides in Hilton Head, SC, with his wife Carrie (a Dermatologist), their 3 children (2 girls and one boy), 3 Great Danes, and a Macaw.He also has one older son who graduated from James Madison University and 2 older daughters who are currently in nursing programs at Clemson University and the University of Virginia.

When not interpreting radiology studies, Dr. Hall spends his time shuttling kids to sports practices and taking care of the family pets. When time permits, he enjoys running, cycling, body surfing, sailing, reading science fiction, and occasionally getting schooled in golf by his youngest son