Who We Are

The Bream Team

Dr. John Bream

Dr. John Bream is a lifelong North Carolina resident. He grew up in Hamlet, a small, rural railroad town in the Sandhills region of the state. After graduating from Richmond Senior High School, John attended East Carolina University where he graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and Bachelor of Arts degree in History. He obtained his Doctor of Medicine from the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University.

John then completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at Vidant Medical Center in Greenville, North Carolina, which is routinely one of the top 30 busiest Emergency Departments in the United States. He is board-certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine and has been a Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians. He also serves as the Medical Director of Immunotek Bio Centers’ plasma donation center in High Point, North Carolina, and is a proud member of the North Carolina Physicians for Freedom movement.

His career has included practicing at multiple Emergency Departments in the Charlotte and Triad metropolitan area as well as in multiple critical access Emergency Departments in Eastern North Carolina. His career also includes a successful 5-year stint as Medical Director at Novant Rowan Medical Center where his team was able to implement major improvements to the quality of care provided. Together they took the Rowan Emergency Department from one of the lowest performing Emergency Departments in America to one of the top performing departments in the Novant system.

In his free time, Dr. Bream enjoys golfing, tennis, running, spending time with his family, and traveling, especially to the beach. He is also an avid sports fan and supports his favorite teams including the Charlotte Hornets, Carolina Panthers, and the East Carolina University Pirates.


Education

  • Bachelor of Science in Biology
  • Bachelor of Arts in History
  • Doctor of Medicine from the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University

 

Residency

  • Emergency Medicine at Vidant Medical Center in Greenville, North Carolina
  • Fellowship – American College of Emergency Physicians

 

Certification

  • Board-certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine

 

Experience

  • Multiple Years’ Experience in Emergency Departments all over North Carolina
  • Serves as Medical Director of Immunotek Bio Centers’ Plasma Donation Center in High Point
  • Served for 5 Years as Medical Director at Novant Rowan Medical Center
  • Proud Member of North Carolina Physicians for Freedom

Julane Belcher, FNP

My name is Julane Belcher, FNP. I am excited to join Bream Medical as a full time primary care provider! Let me take a few minutes to introduce myself. I was born and raised right here in Northeastern NC. I graduated from Perquimans County High school in 2001, went on to pursue my education at Meredith College earning a Bachelor of Science in Biology in 2005.


Then in 2007, I became a registered nurse and began my career in healthcare while at the same time continuing my education part time at East Carolina University and completing a Master’s in Nursing in 2012. Right after graduating in 2012,  I started working at Vidant Women’s Care in Edenton as a family nurse practitioner. I was there for over 11 years providing quality care to women throughout their lifespan.

In my free time, I love spending quality time with my two children ages 8 and 12. I also enjoy my little farm where we currently have many furry critters as we like to call them- 5 horses, a donkey, two geese, many chickens, bunnies, and a pet dog.

I am excited to announce that I am now starting with Bream Medical this October and looking forward to this new opportunity to provide patient centered, quality care to our community.

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Kate Lescsewicz APRN, ANP-C

Kate has been a nurse practitioner for the last 20 years providing primary care services to members of her local community.

 

Kate is known for her compassionate approach to patient care that is both holistic and patient centered. Kate is a rarity in the primary care setting as she understands the current constraints and system challenges in today’s healthcare realm and puts forth her best effort with each patient. She listens to understand and support the patient both physically and emotionally to maximize their overall health and wellbeing.

 

 

When Kate is not working, you will find her in her beautiful garden planting flowers or spending time with her daughter and grandchildren. 

Elizabeth Fox, FNP-C

“Libby” graduated from nursing school in 2016 with her bachelor’s degree from Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. She worked her first year on an ortho/neuro/spine unit at Community Hospital Anderson before moving to North Carolina in 2017. She then served 7 years with Iredell Memorial Hospital in Statesville, caring for the med/surg patient population on the renal/oncology unit. After 8 years of inpatient nursing experience, she decided to pursue her ultimate career goal of becoming a Nurse Practitioner. Libby graduated with her Master of Science in Nursing from The University of North Carolina at Charlotte in 2024 and looks forward to her new role at Bream Medical. Having completed two clinical rotations with Bream Medical as a student, she is already well acquainted with many of our patients and has a heart for family medicine.

  • Her goal is to enhance the well-being of those in our community through the provision of patient-centered preventative care.


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