Dr. Josh Bloom
Dr. Josh Bloom attended Tulane University School of Medicine where he was a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor society. While at Tulane, Dr. Bloom also completed a Master’s Degree in Public Health. After earning his MD and MPH, Dr. Bloom completed a Family Practice Residency and a Sports Medicine Fellowship at Moses Cone Memorial Hospital in Greensboro, NC. During this time, he was recognized as one of the top 20 family practice residents in America with the Bristol Myers Squibb Award for Graduate Medical Education in Family Practice. He was also honored by the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine on two separate occasions for outstanding scholarship and research excellence. In recent years, Dr. Bloom has presented and lectured on a variety of sports medicine topics at international, national, and local conferences and symposiums.
Prior to medical school, Dr. Bloom was an Academic All-American linebacker, as well Co-Captain and Team MVP, for Dartmouth College. He was honored by the National Football Foundation as one of the top 15 scholar football players in America in 1994. Dr. Bloom grew up in Alamosa, Colorado where he was a state champion wrestler.
Dr. Bloom currently is a team physician for USA Baseball, the Carolina Hurricanes, and Cary High School. His particular areas of interest include sports-related concussion and exercise in the management and prevention of chronic disease.
Dr. Bloom is married to Dr. Carie Bloom, a pediatrician. They have two sons and a daughter. He loves to spend time with his family and travel. Dr. Bloom speaks Spanish.