Missouri native Dr. Hall is a life extension specialist, general practitioner, world traveler, published author, and humanitarian. His medical practice goes far beyond the 2006 establishment of the Hall Longevity Clinic. Dr. Hall has been in medicine for over forty years and explains his role as an educator and mentor, helping his patients learn how to “balance the mind, body, and soul.” He believes in the process of sharing knowledge while encouraging patients to balance their stressful lives by showing compassion for others and themselves.
Receiving his medical education at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine in 1994, and he studied internal medicine at Alton Ochsner Medical Foundation, ophthalmic surgery at Weill Cornell Medical College, and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. His comprehensive accomplishments culminated in obtaining diplomate status with the esteemed American Board of Family Medicine.
Notably engaged in the realm of aviation, Dr. Hall holds the distinguished position of a senior FAA Aviation Medical Examiner, effectively overseeing all medical certifications. Adding to his multifaceted repertoire, Dr. Hall also served as a commissioned officer in the US Air Force, reflecting his commitment to service. Beyond his medical endeavors, he is a licensed private helicopter pilot and enjoys writing and painting, further underscoring his diverse talents and interests.