Dr. Moore grew up in Lavonia, Georgia. He attended the University of Georgia in Athens and is an avid supporter of the Georgia Bulldogs. He met his wife Ruchi Moore, a local Ob/Gyn, in Augusta, Georgia where they both attended Medical School.
They began their residencies here in Asheville in 2002 and fell in love with Western North Carolina. He decided to put down roots by starting North Buncombe Family Medicine, P.A. with Dr. McDade in 2006. He and his wife have three young children who take up most of Dr. Moore's free time.
Between diaper changes and children's books, he loves gourmet cooking, reading, hiking, and jogging.
Dr. McDade was born and raised in Durham, North Carolina and graduated as valedictorian from North Carolina State University. He then earned his Master's degree in microbiology at Duke university and continued on at Duke to earn his medical degree.
After completing his residency at MAHEC in Asheville, Dr. McDade knew he wanted to remain in the mountains. He opened North Buncombe Family Medicine's doors with Dr. Moore in 2006. Today, he proudly serves WNC and is especially excited about serving pediatric patients and their families.
In his free time, Dr. McDade enjoys running, gardening, and spending time outdoors with his wife, Neela.
Dr. Hall was raised near Augusta, Georgia. Although neither born nor bred a Tar Heel, Dr. Hall enjoyed four wonderful years at UNC for undergrad and then returned home to Georgia for medical school at MCG.
She moved to Asheville for residency and quickly fell in love with the beautiful surroundings and eclectic people. She considers it an honor to call WNC her new home and she likes staying active by spending time in the mountains and on the nearby rivers and lakes.
In her medical life, she has a passion for pediatric care and strives to encourage all of her patients to live healthy and happy lives.