John Black, MD
Dr. Black has been working as a radiologist in North Carolina for 18 years. He is a member of Mecklenburg Radiology Associates, the oldest private radiology group in the Carolinas. Dr. Black attended Georgetown Medical School and completed his radiology training at Georgetown and Stanford University hospitals. He was the chief resident while at Georgetown and his fellowship at Stanford concentrated on advanced abdominal and breast imaging. He is currently the radiology department chair at Novant Health Huntersville Medical Center and serves on Novant Health's southern region medical board. He has been active in the community serving on several non-profit boards including the Ada Jenkins community center and the Lake Norman community health clinic. Dr. Black lives in the Lake Norman area with his wife and three children.
Richard Dunlop, MD
A Vietnam veteran, Dr. Dunlop began the first of his two four year tours of duty just 9 days out of high school. After his Honorable Discharge from his first tour and subsequent completion of college, he obtained his M.D. degree at the University of Miami School of Medicine. Dr. Dunlop then completed a straight medical internship at a Yale affiliated hospital in Connecticut, before being called back into the U.S.A.F. His second tour of duty was to serve his commitment for an Armed Forces Health Profession Scholarship, which he accepted to help pay his way through medical school. On returning to civilian life, he enrolled into the Radiology Residency program at Boston University/Boston Medical Center, where he served as Chief Resident. He then spent the next 18 years in a teaching hospital of Boston University, where he practiced Interventional Radiology, and was given the academic appointment of Assistant Clinical Professor of Radiology, for his teaching of the radiology residents and transitional interns who rotated through the department. In 2007, Dr. Dunlop moved North Carolina to become Medical Director and Head Radiologist for two MedQuest imaging centers in the Charlotte area. When MedQuest was purchased by Novant Health Corporation in 2009, he took a position with Mecklenburg Radiology Associates. Dr. Dunlop is married with two grown children, and spends his free time with his wife and playing acoustic guitar.
James O'Brien, MD
Dr. O'Brien completed the MD/MBA program at University of San Francisco College of Medicine. His residency training was at Emory University School of Medicine, where he served as chief resident. He completed a fellowship in cardiothoracic imaging at NYU School of Medicine, where he was Fellow of the Year. He is director of thoracic imaging in the department of radiology, and practices body imaging at Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center in Charlotte. He is on the thoracic advisory board for the Novant Health Cancer Care. He is active in the American College of Radiology, where he is a counselor and on the executive committee for the North Carolina Radiological Society. He co-authored the radiology subspecialty guide for ACO's in North Carolina, in conjunction with the North Carolina Medical Society, and he is active in the Mecklenburg County Medical Society. He is married with three young children and enjoys spending time with friends and family, running and cooking.
Mecklenburg Radiology Associates
Back to top