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Nov 18 2016

Four Board Members reappointed to NCMB

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Congratulations to Debra A. Bolick, MD, Timothy E. Lietz, MD, and Barbara E. Walker, DO, and to Mr. A. Wayne Holloman, who have all been reappointed to the North Carolina Medical Board by Gov. Pat McCrory. All terms run from Nov. 1 until Oct. 31, 2019.

Debra A. Bolick, MD
City: Hickory
Specialty: Psychiatry, Geriatric Psychiatry
Certification: American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology

Dr. Bolick currently practices adult general psychiatry. She is a psychiatrist at the Hickory VA Community-Based Outpatient Clinic and is on the active medical staff of the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Salisbury. She was in private practice for 17 years prior to joining the VA. Dr. Bolick is a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and represents North Carolina on the Assembly of the APA. Dr. Bolick is an active member of the North Carolina Psychiatric Association (NCPA), serving on its Executive Council. For 2016-2017, Dr. Bolick is the Chair of the Board's Outreach Committee and as Chair of the NC Physicians Health Program (NCPHP) Board of Directors. She also serves on the Board's Disciplinary Committee.

Timothy E. Lietz, MD
City: Charlotte
Specialty: Emergency Medicine
Certification: American Board of Emergency Medicine

Dr. Lietz currently practices in Charlotte with Mid­ Atlantic Emergency Medical Associates, where he is President and CEO. He also serves as chairman of Novant Health's Emergency Timothy E. Lietz, MD Services Shared Governance Council. Dr. Lietz served as Board Secretary/Treasurer in 2015-2016 and is currently President-elect. He will assume the role of Board President on Nov. 1, 2017. For 2016-2017, Dr. Lietz will serve as Chair of the Licensing Committee. He also serves on the Allied Health and Executive committees.

Barbara E. Walker, DO
City: Kure Beach
Specialty: Family Practice and OMT
Certification: American Osteopathic Board of General Practitioners

Dr. Walker is a contracted Family Physician with New Hanover regional Medical Center (NHRMC) in Wilmington. Previously, she was Program Director of the Osteopathic Family Medicine Residency at NHRMC. Dr. Walker retired from the U.S.Army with the rank of Colonel in 2006, serving tours in both Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm in Saudi Arabia. Dr. Walker is recognized as an advocate for and leader of the osteopathic medical profession in North Carolina. She has served as a trustee of both the American Osteopathic Association and of Campbell University. Dr. Walker currently serves on the Nominating Committee of the Federation of State Medical Boards. She is currently Secretary/Treasurer of the Board. For 2016-2017, Dr. Walker serves on the Disciplinary, Licensing and Executive committees.

A. Wayne Holloman
City: Greenville

Mr. Holloman currently owns and manages Holloman Properties and Investments in Greenville. Formerly, he owned and operated Hol­loman Apparel, a business that marketed ladies apparel, dresses and sportswear across the southeastern United States. Mr. Holloman earned a bachelor's degree in psy­chology from East Carolina University. He currently serves on the board of the East Carolina University Foundation, where he serves on the Real Estate and Audit committees. Mr. Holloman is married to Sherry McKee and they are the proud parents of seven children: three East Carolina University graduates, two University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, graduates, one North Carolina State University graduate and one Pitt County Community College graduate. For 2016-2017, Mr. Holloman is serving on the Al­lied Health and Executive committees, and on the NCPHP Board of Directors.

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