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Hopkins, Kimberly Joy, MD

Affiliated with Novant Health
4.62 out of 5 | 241 reviews
Obstetrics and Gynecology
Novant Health Randolph OB/GYN - Charlotte
(704) 333-4104
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Patient Comments 47 reviews
March 26, 2022
Dr. Hopkins is an excellent doctor.
-Patient in Matthews, North Carolina

March 17, 2022
I always have a really great experience with Dr. Hopkins. The only bad part about my appt was that there weren’t any butterfly needles to draw my blood with. However I understand there is a supply shortage and the phlebotomist was very nice about it and showed patience when trying to find a vein. I appreciate it.
-Patient in CHARLOTTE, North Carolina

March 17, 2022
Dr Hopkins and her staff are pleasant and professional. I never feel rushed and the process is always seamless
-Patient in Charlotte, North Carolina

March 08, 2022
Dr. Hopkins is great!
-Patient in CHARLOTTE, North Carolina

March 02, 2022
Dr. Hopkins has been an Angel to my care since 2013. She listens and answers any questions I have concerning my health.
-Patient in CHARLOTTE, North Carolina


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

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Medical School:
Wake Forest University

Wake Forest University School of Medicine 2009

Univ of Tennessee Medical Center 2013

Board Certifications:
Obstetrics and Gynecology

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Dr. Kimberly Hopkins joined Novant Health's medical staff in 2013. During her residency in 2012 she did a research project on how robotics is changing resident education and received the A.W. Diddle Award from the University of Tennessee for her outstanding research. In 2013 she received an award for excellence in pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery. Married to Marquis Hopkins, she has three children including a set of twins. She saw the importance of the doctor-patient relationship during her own pregnancy as well as the variety of seeing patients in the office as well as surgery. Dr. Hopkins also enjoys running, watching college football and spending time with her kids.

Gender: Female