Executive Health: Our Doctors
William Rice III, MD
Dr. Rice grew up in Winston-Salem, graduating from Reynolds High School. After receiving his bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, he worked for a year as a campus minister with Inter Varsity Christian Fellowship at N.C. State University. He then entered Bowman Gray School of Medicine (now known as Wake Forest School of Medicine), from which he received his medical degree in 1989. He did his residency in internal medicine from 1989 to 1992 at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center and then joined the faculty. He is currently medical director for University Internal Medicine and Executive Health.
“I am thankful to have the opportunity to work at Wake Forest Baptist Health and in Executive Health. It is a privilege to serve my patients as their primary care physician, and I enjoy the breadth of the diagnostic challenges in general internal medicine. I am passionate about promoting wellness by emphasizing healthy lifestyles. And I especially enjoy building relationships.”
Ray Morrow, MD
Dr. Morrow grew up in Thomasville, N.C., and came to Winston-Salem in 1986 to attend Wake Forest University. He’s been a member of the Wake Forest community ever since. Dr. Morrow graduated from Wake Forest School of Medicine in 1994, and completed his residency by serving as the Assistant Chief of Medicine. In 1997, Dr. Morrow joined the Internal Medicine faculty, at which time he became involved in Executive Health.
“I have thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to participate in this program with its emphasis on comprehensive and preventive care. Within Executive Health, we are able to do the testing and evaluation necessary to get a good overview of a person’s health. We are also able to spend the time necessary to make sure that all problems and concerns are thoroughly addressed.”
Megan Alexander, MD
Dr. Alexander grew up in Clemson, S.C. She graduated from Emory University in Atlanta in 1990 with a degree in English and art history, before deciding to pursue medicine as a career. Dr. Alexander graduated from Emory University School of Medicine in 1995 and moved to Winston-Salem to do her residency in Internal Medicine, where she is now an Assistant Professor and a member of the Executive Health team. She also worked for the Veterans Administration for five years.
“I feel Executive Health offers the busy executive an excellent opportunity to focus on wellness and prevention of disease. I promote healthy lifestyle choices and work with clients to set wellness goals that can really impact their health and quality of life.”