Dr. Fischer is Board Certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine, specializing in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of adult diseases. Dr. Fischer earned his M.D. at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, TX. Upon graduation he accepted a commission in the Navy and completed his residency at the Naval Medical Center in Portsmouth, VA, including a year as Chief Resident. He later served in the US Navy Medical Corps on Whidbey Island, WA. After the Navy, he worked as a Hospitalist at Sibley Hospital in Washington, DC before making Raleigh his home in 2007.
In Raleigh, Dr. Fischer was a partner at Raleigh Medical Group where he created the Raleigh Wellness Project, a collaboration with his patients, the YMCA and WakeMed physicians. He has also worked at Rex Hospital since 2008 as a hospitalist in order to stay involved in hospital medicine. In addition, he serves as a team doctor for NC State athletics. He opened Fischer Clinic March 1st of 2016 as a way to have a more direct relationship with his patients.
In 2015 he was a Finalist for NC Doctor of the Year a program sponsored by the North Carolina Medical Society. Some of the information below is from his page on their website: http://ncdoctorsday.org/ben-fischer/
Dr. Zane Lapinskes has been board certified by the American Board of Family Practice since 2003.
He graduated from the University of North Carolina School of Medicine – Chapel Hill, North Carolina in 2000 (the same year that Dr. Fischer completed medical school). After UNC, he completed his residency in Family Medicine in 2003, at Self Regional Healthcare in Greenwood, South Carolina.
Dr. Lapinskes joined Fischer Clinic in January 2018. He enjoys taking care of both children and adults. Dr. Lapinskes is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians, the Christian Medical and Dental Society and the Christian Community Health Fellowship.
Previously, Dr. Lapinskes attended North Carolina State University in Raleigh, North Carolina, graduating Summa Cum Laude in 1996 with a Bachelors Degree in Animal Science.
Growing up in Garner, North Carolina, Dr. Lapinskes is glad to practice close to home, and enjoys spending quality time with his wife, Savannah and their four children. He is active in his church and enjoys growing a variety of vegetables in his large summer garden.
Dr. Eberly is a third-generation Family Medicine physician who wants to practice in the personal way that he saw lived out by his father and grandfather. Dr. Eberly and his wife, Dendy have two young boys and a baby on the way. They look forward to relocating their growing family to Raleigh this summer. Dr. Eberly enjoys music, writing, hiking and philosophy.
I don’t know how he gets everything done, but here are some other articles that Dr. Eberly has created time to write:
Mending the Healers: Young doctors are suffering from a crisis of meaning. Can med school still offer moral formation?
Moving From “At” to “With”: To move from “at” to “with” is to step into suffering’s beam. It is changing how we see our neighbor.
Toward Remembering Where I Came From: Knowing your past will guide your future.
If you can find a human who has attended the same four schools that I attended, I will buy you lunch.
If you can find someone who has gone to school for a CMA (Certified Medical Assistant) AFTER getting an MBA, I will buy you breakfast.
Good at removing splinters
Married to Dr. Fischer