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Diabetes You can be the doctor..mp3
What you need to know about hypertension
Ways to cut costs for medications for yo

Host of the show:  

Brian Forrest, MD

How can you cut your costs for health ca
Medical Tests that are unnecessary and i
Supplements and vitamins that might do y
Direct Primary Care and how it can save
The best way to save money on prescripti
Cutting out the middleman in healthcare.
A discussion about a healthy heart..mp3
How you can take care of your skin and k
Why vaccines are just as important for a
The new guidelines for high blood pressu
What is direct primary care and why do y
How to keep you and your family healthy
Finding peace in chaotic times..mp3
Why staying hydrated is one of the most
Making new year's resolutions for health
How to understand and prevent osteoarthr
What you need to know about your Thyroid
Gastroenteritis- The Stomach Flu..mp3
Physical Activity and your health..mp3
Counterfeit Medication.mp3
Eye Health.mp3
Question and Answer show may 28.mp3
Dangerous Drugs There might be better op
Opioids and the Opioid crisis..mp3
Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease.mp3
Private vs Public Medicine Why you need
Question and Answer show..mp3
Direct Primary Care- Why its what you an
Flu season. (2).mp3

Dr. Forrest is the Host and Executive Producer of Access Health Radio. He is also the CEO of Access Healthcare Direct and Founder of Access Healthcare in Apex, N.C.


Originally from Wake County, he attended UNC-Chapel Hill for medical school and completed a Holderness Medical Research Fellowship in Diabetes and an Albert Schweitzer Fellowship in Public Health. He then specialized in family and community medicine in the residency program at Wake Forest University where he also completed his internship. He has served as President of the NC Academy of Family Physicians representing over 3200 physicians in NC. He has served on the Cardiovascular Committee of the US National Quality Forum (NQF) and the AAFP Practice Enhancement and Quality Committee where he also spearheaded the Direct Primary Care Task Force and was a Co-Founder of the DPC Summit, DPC Workshops, and DPC Toolkit for the American Academy of Family Physicians. He currently is an Associate Professor of Medicine at UNC Chapel Hill and ECU School of Medicine.


He is a Certified Clinical Hypertension Specialist and his practice is currently designated as one of 8 Cardiovascular Centers of Excellence in the US by COSEHQ.  In 2018 He was recognized as a national “Changemaker in Medicine” by Medical Economics Magazine for his leadership and practice innovations including Direct Primary Care.  In 2019 he was recognized as the awardee of the “Clinical Excellence Award” which recognized his outstanding care for Diabetes,  Hypertension, and Hyperlipidemia patients among his peers nationally. He also has completed extensive training and certification post-residency in Cosmetic Dermatology procedures including Sculpsure,  Tempsure,  and ICON.


In his Apex medical practice he is dedicated to treating patients as whole persons and is sensitive to the importance of mental and spiritual aspects of patients’ overall well-being. He has been named the “Best Doctor in the Triangle” by the Independent Weekly newspaper.


“What I try to do with patients is to prevent and treat disease before it leads to strokes, heart attacks, and dementia, like Alzheimer’s, which are top priorities in preventive cardiovascular medicine. The reason I named our practice “Access” is that this is exactly what we want to provide high-quality medical care that is affordable and available for patients with or without insurance.”

Why it's important to know your numbers
Memory loss and when do you need to worr
How the real flu can be deadly and what
What you need to know about Prostate hea
How to understand and prevent Shingles..
E-Mail bag edition of Access Health Radi
E-Mail bag edition of Access Health Radi
E-Mail bag edition of Access Health Radi
Advanced Diagnostic Blood Tests.mp3
How insurance and Medicare covers medica
Spring, Common injuries and the problems
Medical Education.mp3
Justus-Warren Heart Disease and Stroke P
Medical Prepping- What you need when the
Lasers, a bright spot in healthcare. How
Alternative Medicine Therapies What Work
Saving a fortune on medications How to g
Drugs you might want your doctor to depr
Making and keeping New Year's resolution
The best diets for a new year and a bett
Different types of Hearing Losses with s
Patients bill of rights..mp3
New medical recommendations..mp3
Health care policy in North
Staying healthy in warm weather. The imp
Protecting your skin this summer and kee
Ways to prevent type 2 diabetes.mp3
A good nights sleep..mp3
Memory loss.mp3
Genetic cancer testing..mp3
Keeping healthy in the Fall.
Hearing loss..mp3
Drugs you might want your doctor to depr
The importance of hearing with special g
Long term care. What it means for you, a
Medical Prepping- What you need when the
Adult vaccines
The coronavirus
Information on COVID-19.
Vein Health.mp3
An alternative to traditional health ins
CoolSculpting, Not so cool.mp3
What you need to know about Vitamin D..m
Q&A Oct
Natural and Alternative Remedies.mp3
Lasers, a bright spot in healthcare. How
Your Skin- How to take care of it and keep it healthy.
Flu season..mp3
The kids are back in school so how do yo
Direct Primary Care- Why its what you an
How you can cut the cost for health care
Radio waves for healthy looking
Dangerous or outdated medications..mp3
Q&A Oct 2019 - Copy.mp3
Thyroid health..mp3
Staying Healthy over the holidays.mp3
Side effect or drug allergy.mp3
Hearing care with special guest Victoria
CBD oil. Fade, fiction, or miracle.mp3
Is Dr Google a liar.mp3
Getting the best healthcare you can it
Preventing those biting, stinging pests
Question and answer show Feb 9th
A coronavirus and flu update.

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