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Stevens, Holly Ann, MD

Affiliated with Novant Health
4.83 out of 5 | 194 reviews
Obstetrics and Gynecology
Novant Health Carolina Women's Health Associates-China Grove
(704) 855-7611
Ratings
4.83
Overall rating
4.26
Administration and Staff
4.56
Medically Informed Visit
4.65
Bedside Manner
4.72
Privacy and Trust
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Comments
Patient Comments 53 reviews
April 09, 2022
Dr. Stevens and her staff are always so friendly and helpful!
-Patient in CHINA GROVE, North Carolina

April 05, 2022
It was a great experience, and it was my first time, I would highly recommend Novant womens health China Grove!
-Patient in KANNAPOLIS, North Carolina

April 01, 2022
Great Staff and great Provider!
-Patient in ROCKWELL, North Carolina

March 13, 2022
Was treated with the utmost respect. Very competent and intelligent people.
-Patient in GOLD HILL, North Carolina

March 11, 2022
My doctor Holly is very attentive to my needs. The staff was very nice to help switch my appointment to a different day.
-Patient in KANNAPOLIS, North Carolina



Appointments




Practice locations
Novant Health Carolina Women's Health Associates-China Grove
(704) 855-7611
Novant Health Carolina Women's Health Associates-Salisbury
(704) 636-9270


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Education


Medical School:
UNC-Chapel Hill
(1993)

Residency:
University of Florida College of Medicine 1997

Board Certifications:
Obstetrics and Gynecology


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Recently a patient came in for her annual physical exam who had lost 120 pounds since her previous annual physical a year earlier. She credited me with motivating her and giving her the tools to start her weight loss journey. Another patient came in for her post-op appointment after having a hysterectomy for a large fibroid uterus. She no longer had heavy bleeding or pelvic pressure and was feeling more energetic and comfortable with exercise.

I went into medicine to help girls and women with their medical problems and that's the kind of feedback that motivates me to keep learning and be the best doctor I can be for my patients.

Whether working with patients or other health care professionals, I consider myself an educator and adviser. Though I'll take a conservative approach to treating you, I will encourage you to use all therapeutic options if I think they will help you achieve the best long-term outcome. Those therapies can include medication, supplements, exercise, surgery, physical therapy, counseling, etc.

I learned the value of this collegial approach twice during my medical training. The first time was as a student at UNC School of Medicine, when I received the Christopher C. Fordham Award for helping others to perform at their best. During my residency at the University of Florida College of Medicine a few years later, I was named OB-GYN Resident Teacher of the Year.

I am a proud wife and mother of two. When not working, I love to be outside doing just about anything, and love reading, cooking, listening to live music, and practicing the drums.

Gender: Female