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Chasse Bailey-Dorton, MD

Chasse Bailey-Dorton, MD

Chasse Bailey-Dorton, MD, MSPH, FAAFP is a Family Medicine Specialist with a subspecialty in Complementary and Integrative Medicine.  She is a graduate of the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, completed an Integrative Medicine Fellowship from the University of Arizona, and has additional training as Integrative Health Coach from Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine. She currently serves as Chief of Integrative Oncology and Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Department of Supportive Oncology at Atrium's Levine Cancer Institute.  She is the mother of 3 nearly grown children, married to the best guy in the world, and is a 16-year cancer survivor. 

Dr. Bailey-Dorton is a member of numerous medical organizations and completed teaching activities at Levine Cancer Institute, MUSC Medical University of South Carolina, and the East Carolina University School of Medicine.  After her cancer journey, she left her practice as a family physician to begin treating fellow cancer patients and began a new journey of discovering how important a healthy diet and regular exercise were to her health and remission.  She practices what she preaches and in 2019, after training for 11 months, she competed in the Ironman competition in Cozumel Mexico -- a challenge said to be the most intense athletic competition in the world.  She also competes in triathlons and has climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro.

Dr. Bailey-Dorton is on the board of 24 Foundation, formerly known as 24 Hours of Booty, a charity cycling event in Charlotte, and active volunteer with many cancer health organizations. Her experience includes invited presentations in Integrative Health, Healthy Aging, Cancer Survival, and related topics.  She is a published researcher in the areas of integrative and palliative medicine and oncology.  Among many other awards, she is a recipient of the North Carolina Top Doctors Award in 2021 and 2022.