Congressman Greg Murphy has quickly gained the respect of his colleagues for his dedication, knowledge and work ethic. His medical background has helped him take the lead in the fight against Covid 19.
Devoted Family Man
Greg and his wife, Wendy, have been married for over 25 years and have lived with their 3 children in Greenville for more than 20 years.
Greg was the valedictorian of Raleigh Broughton High School, a Morehead Scholar finalist and received a Vice Presidential Appointment to the U.S. Naval Academy. In order to pursue his passion of medicine, Greg accepted a full scholarship to Davidson College where he graduated with honors in Pre-Med and Religion. He later graduated with honors from UNC-CH School of Medicine. Greg is a business owner, running his own private practice with a payroll of over 50 employees . He is also a member of the ECU School of Medicine Faculty and a former Chief of Staff of Vidant Medical Center in Greenville.
While Greg has served extensively in his church, the Boy Scouts and other local foundations. Serving as a medical missionary, Greg has traveled to Haiti, India and Africa, working in some of the most challenging conditions in the world. During his time in India, he cared for those afflicted with leprosy and was fortunate enough to meet Mother Theresa during one of his medical missions. He was honored by NBC News’ as a Person of the Day for his work in Haiti after their devastating earthquake and he organized a group of physicians and aid workers to mobilize on the Gulf Coast after Hurricane Katrina.
Your Voice in Congress
In a short period of time, Congressman Murphy has quickly become the voice of Eastern North Carolina in Congress. He has consistently advocated for the unique needs of our area and championed Eastern North Carolina values.