Dr. Chad Cox has a keen interest in the biological sciences and loves to find solutions. That combined with his desire to contribute something to the greater good of the world led him to medicine. He attended UCLA and received undergraduate degrees in Classical Civilizations and Biology.
He went on to earn his medical degree in 1998 at the University of Arkansas, a medical program known for producing competent and self-sufficient generalists. The University of Arkansas was the only tertiary care center for the entire state, giving him an extremely broad and deep experience. Dr. Cox completed his residency in Internal Medicine at Huntington Memorial Hospital in Pasadena and has been Board Certified Internal Medicine since 2001.
Dr. Cox has lived in all corners of the United States, including Texas, Colorado, Northern California, Florida, Southern California and Arkansas. He moved to North Carolina in July 2016.
A self-described “family man,” Chad spends his free time with his wife and three children, two daughters and a son. His hobbies include travel, running, hiking, science fiction/fantasy novels, and movies, listening to classical and alternative music, tooling around on his iPad, and visiting museums. He also plays in local tennis leagues.