R. Greg Bauer, M.B.A., M.H.A.

Assistant Professor of Healthcare Administration

A.A.S., Wilson Technical Community College
B.S., Western Carolina University
M.B.A., Pfeiffer University
M.H.A., Pfeifer University

Hines Hall
gbauer@barton.edu | 800-345-4973 x6516

Greg Bauer is an Assistant Professor of Healthcare Administration in the School of Allied Health and Sport Studies. He holds an associate’s degree in Emergency Medical Science from Wilson Technical Community College, a bachelor’s degree in Emergency and Disaster Management from Western Carolina University, a master’s degree in Business Administration as well as a master’s degree in Health Administration, both from Pfeiffer University.

Prior to coming to Barton fulltime in 2017, Bauer worked in a number of roles in the healthcare industry, including clinical practice and administration. He has a special interest in emergency management and disaster preparedness in healthcare and has worked both domestically and internationally in this role. He is a frequent speaker at national conferences in the area of healthcare preparedness.

Bauer continues to work as a paramedic in eastern North Carolina. He is also an avid runner and can often be found running marathons all over the East Coast.