- Duke University
- Family Medicine, Minority Health, Women's Health
- Dr. Swiner is a family medicine/general medicine expert, covering a broad spectrum of both medical and mental health issues.
- As a wife and mother of two, she uses real-life experiences to clearly communicate keys to better health and wellness for mind, body and spirit.
- She is the author of How to Avoid the Superwoman Complex.
C. Nicole Swiner, MD, is a family physician, wife and mother of two in North Carolina. She loves taking care of the family as a whole—from the cradle to the grave. Her interests include Minority Health, Women’s Health and Pediatrics. For undergrad, she attended Duke University and went to medical school at the Medical University of South Carolina, in Charleston, SC. She’s lived in the Triangle since finishing residency at the UNC-CH and continues teaching medical students and residents as an Adjunct Associate Professor with their Family Medicine department. When she’s not treating patients, she’s speaking, writing, or spending time with her family. Her passion is making medicine “plain” to her patients, so that all people, from all walks of life, can understand how to take better care of themselves and their families.
For undergrad, Nicole Swiner attended Duke University and went to medical school at the Medical University of South Carolina, in Charleston, SC.
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