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Onwuchuruba, Cheryl Nnenna, MD

Affiliated with Novant Health
4.74 out of 5 | 179 reviews
Obstetrics and Gynecology
Novant Health Randolph OB/GYN - Charlotte
(704) 333-4104
Ratings
4.74
Overall rating
4.14
Administration and Staff
4.32
Medically Informed Visit
4.48
Bedside Manner
4.55
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Comments
Patient Comments 31 reviews
June 04, 2022
Everything was nice there all the stuff work together good and everything was great
-Patient in CHARLOTTE, North Carolina

May 27, 2022
I was very impressed with all the staff they were so respectful and the doctor was easy to talk to. I would definitely recommend this urgent care ?
-Patient in CHARLOTTE, North Carolina

May 20, 2022
Dr. O along with her team did amazing.
-Patient in CHARLOTTE, North Carolina

May 18, 2022
I love Dr. O ! Very relatable & personable.
-Patient in CHARLOTTE, North Carolina

May 07, 2022
thr staff were very professional and friendly
-Patient in CHARLOTTE, North Carolina



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Practice locations
Novant Health Randolph OB/GYN - Charlotte
(704) 333-4104


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Education


Medical School:
Wake Forest University
(2010)

Board Certifications:
Obstetrics and Gynecology


Learn More
Originally from Edmond, OK, Dr. Onwuchuruba has received the A.W. Diddle Award for Outstanding Resident Research and the AAGL Award for advancing minimally invasive gynecologic surgery. She has traveled to Guatemala to perform gynecologic surgery on women with advanced prolapse. She hopes to continue to use her education and skills to perform much needed procedures for women in need. She completed a research project on the transplacental passage of vancomycin from mother to neonate. Dr. Onwuchuruba went into the OBGYN field because she loves being able to work in the OR while also being able to have a long-term relationship with her patients. She loves the continuity of care and the ability to care for a wide array of patients.

Gender: Female