About Us

Meet Dr. Pierre-Pierre

Gracia Martin Pierre-Pierre, MD CAQSM

sports medicine hobe soundI was born in Haiti to an orthopedic surgeon, Jacques Pierre-Pierre and to Eveline Noel Pierre-Pierre that holds a bachelor in laboratory sciences on November 11, 1977. I grew up in a medical family where not only my dad but 3 aunts were also physicians. Therefore, I have been exposed early on to Medicine and to the right way medical services should be rendered with compassion, care, empathy, professionalism and respect of patient’s time.

 

As a child growing up, I found myself gravitating towards endeavors that required self-directed motivation and perseverance such as martial arts and medicine.

 

Because I used to be bullied, I joined a martial arts school at 10 years old, earned my black belt at 13 and got involved in bodybuilding. I got exposed to several styles like Aikido, Jiu jitsu, Taekwondo, Judo, Okinawan weapons but Karate Shotokan is my foundation which I still practice to date. Also I keep healthy by following a nutritious packed balanced diet and by practicing bodybuilding 5 days a week that keeps me healthy and strong in the pursuit of my life’s vision.

 

Fast forward to 2004, I graduated top 8 of my medical school class from the Universite Notre Dame d’Haiti. Eager to further my medical education, I left for the US in March 2008 in the quest to complete a post graduate training in Musculoskeletal Medicine. I completed a Family Medicine residency at SUNY Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY in June 2014 and went on to complete a Sports Medicine fellowship in Tyler, TX at the University of Texas at Tyler in June 2015. This training makes me skillful at taking care of athletes of all levels from evaluation to diagnosis to formulation of a plan of care to return them safely to what they enjoy the most in life which is their sport.

 

I currently live in Florida with my wife of 13 years and 2 beautiful healthy kids making a living as a Physician of Sports Medicine which has placed me in a position to learn about how pervasive bullying is in school aged kids and how common suicide was amongst these kids. I got angry and decided to do something about it. As such, I created Black Stallion of America Corp., an anti-bullying non-profit organization on 10/11/2018 which goal is to help kids, by nurturing them into selfless, well balanced adults via martial arts and fitness.

 

Although I was financially secure working for my last employer, there was something missing… Me. I was not BECOMING. I had been with my last employer for 18 months and decided that it was about time I went out and started my own medical journey, not based on an entrepreneurial seizure but based on a clear vision of how compassionate a physician is supposed to be. I am pleased to announce that Hobe Sound Primary Care opened its doors on August 31, 2020 and our mission is to render medical services differently, compassionately and with the purpose of treating the whole person.

The Mission

Hobe Sound Primary Care is dedicated to offering the highest quality of care for its patients—regardless of race, ethnicity, socio-economic status, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or political views—within a compassionate and caring environment, tailored to each patient’s needs. We have the know-how to help you improve your health, if you choose to commit to following the personalized plan of care designed with you by your provider.


This mission requires a dynamic organization which embodies excellence in patient care and education, adherence to strict ethical standards, and a keen responsiveness to our patients’ needs. In essence, we exist to serve others.