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Eisenberg, Adva Tal, MD

Affiliated with Novant Health
4.83 out of 5 | 263 reviews
Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism
Novant Health Endocrinology - Randolph
(704) 316-1125
Ratings
4.83
Overall rating
4.24
Administration and Staff
4.63
Medically Informed Visit
4.69
Bedside Manner
4.73
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Comments
Patient Comments 25 reviews
November 26, 2021
Was satisfied with services.
-Patient in CHARLOTTE, North Carolina

November 20, 2021
It is a pleasure coming to the office where the doctor and staff work with me to improve my health.
-Patient in CHARLOTTE, North Carolina

November 20, 2021
Great doctor! I appreciate her insight and help in taking care of my diabetes.
-Patient in DENVER, North Carolina

November 12, 2021
Dr. Eisenburg was very patient, kind, helpful and she listened to my thoughts & concerns very patiently. I have decided I need to trust her knowledge and advice! I am very pleased I saw her and learned more about my health needs!
-Patient in RUTHERFORDTON, North Carolina

October 15, 2021
Staff were friendly and care about my health. Provider listen and responded to my question. Definitely I had great experience during my visit.
-Patient in FORT MILL, South Carolina



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Practice locations
Novant Health Endocrinology - Randolph
(704) 316-1125


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Education


Medical School:
Emory University
(2013)

Residency:
Duke University Medical Center 2016

Fellowship:
Duke University Medical Center 2018

Board Certifications:
Internal Medicine
Endocrinology, Diabetes & Meta


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I was initially drawn to the field of endocrinology because it allowed me to manage different and complex disorders and establish meaningful, long-term relationships with patients. Then, during my endocrinology fellowship, my mother was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. This firsthand experience with the patient and family journey, while difficult, allowed me to develop a deeper, more empathetic understanding, which I still carry today in my clinical work.

Each patient has unique life experiences and situations that must always be taken into account when developing care plans. That is why I volunteer as a member of the Charlotte Transgender Health Care Group, a group of healthcare providers who discuss best practices, provide continuing education and discuss complex cases involving transgender healthcare. I am also a member of the Endocrine Society and the American Association of Clinical Endocrinology. This allows me to stay up to date with the latest guidelines and provide my patients with research-based treatments.

I grew up in Las Vegas but have lived in the Southeast since my undergraduate training and consider Charlotte my second home. In my spare time, I enjoy taking walks, playing strategy board games, watching independent movies, taking road trips and spending time with my husband and daughter.

Special Interests: Diabetes Treatment, Thyroid Disorders, Adrenal Disorders, Calcium Metabolism, Pituitary Disorders, Transgender Care

Gender: Female