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Gregory Collins, MD

  • Internal Medicine

Gregory Collins, MD

  • Internal Medicine
Gregory Collins, MD
Atrium Health Provider
Accepts New Patients
age-group-adults-filled Treats only Adults
Video Visits Available

Ratings and Reviews


Practicing Specialties

  • Internal Medicine

Clinical Interests

  • Management Of Acute And Chronic Illnesses
  • Sick Visits
  • Well Visits
  • General Care
    • Primary Care
    • Adult Medicine
    • Internal Medicine
    • Annual Physical
    • General Physician


  • English


“I feel very fortunate that I have the opportunity to get to know my patients in depth and can share with them insights and strategies to help them stay healthy, happy and functioning well.”

Dr. Collins is board certified in internal medicine. He specializes in adult disease and prevention.

He is the site-based medical director at Atrium Health Primary Care Randolph Internal Medicine.

He chose internal medicine because he is interested in focusing on the health, well-being and long-term relationships with adult patients.

Dr. Collins was named a Top Doctor by Charlotte Magazine. He is certified by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) for diabetes, heart and stroke care and patient-centered medical home care, a model of care that puts patients at the forefront of care.

He received his medical degree and completed a residency at the University of Oklahoma.

Dr. Collin’s greatest gift is his family. He and his wife have 3 children. In his spare time, he enjoys gardening and reading great and not so great literary works. He is a jazz singer and has made several CDs with other Charlotte musicians.



Board Certifications

  • American Board of Internal Medicine

Medical Education

  • The University of Oklahoma, 1982


  • The University of Oklahoma, Internal Medicine, 1985