Your Good Health Starts Here Compassionate & Efficient Care
Telemed Services Offered
(Same Day Appointments Available)
Our practice offers Telemed service for our patients. This service safely gives you access to medical services.
How Our Telemed Option Works (Usual Business Hours Only)
- Call the Clinic’s main number to make an appointment.
- If you have access to a smart phone or computer with a webcam, we can Facetime with you. Call the Front Desk for easy setup. You will need to provide a cell phone number and an email address. If not, we can do a telephone visit and you will need to provide a phone number.
- Our phone numbers and office hours are currently listed on the website, hours may vary by location.
Meet Our Team
Stacey Hogg -FNP
Stacey Hogg is originally from Baltimore, Maryland and moved to Raleigh in 2008 with her husband. She earned her Associates in nursing at Wake Tech, her BSN from Grantham University, and her Master’s of Science in Nursing from Frontier Nursing University. She previously worked at WakeMed Raleigh in the Medical Intensive Care Unit before moving into primary care at Health Zone Medical Center. Stacey is passionate about preventative care and empowering her patients to be active participants in their health. Outside of work, she and her husband enjoy traveling around the world and have visiting all seven continents on her bucket list.
Barry Speigel PA
Mr. Spiegel was born on July 11, 1946. He attended Medical University of Charleston, South Carolina under the Physician Assistant, MEDEX Program between November 1973 to December 1974. In May 1976 he worked for Federal Correctional Institute in Butner, NC. In 1981-1983, he worked at a Veterans Hospital in Miami, FL. Mr. Spiegel also worked at Womack Army Medical Center in Fort Bragg, NC from 2006 to 2012. On Mr. Spiegel’s spare time, he likes to read and attend to his numerous animals at home.
Justin Bentley PA - C
Justin Bentley is originally from Arizona. Prior to attending Arizona State University where he earned his bachelors degree, he served a 2 year church service mission in Baltimore, Maryland. He came to North Carolina to attend Campbell University where he earned his Masters in Physician Assistant Practice. His healthcare background is in Emergency Medicine and Primary Care Practice. His favorite part of Primary Care medicine is the opportunity it affords to establish strong patient relationships and treat a wide variety of conditions. Outside of medicine he enjoys spending time with his wife and three children, sports, and outdoor activities.