Are you looking for a new practice?
- New to the area
- Just haven’t had an exam recently
- Need a specialist for a Gynecologic problem
- Love your Primary Doctor, just don’t want him to do your breast or pelvic exam
- Looking for a provider more attuned to your needs
We would like to help!
New Patients will be happy to learn….
Yes! We accept new patients and referrals. We provide Ultrasounds and Mammograms right here, in the convenience of our own office, often on the same day as your visit.
Easier for you
Less time off work
That's What We Offer!
We cover Gaston, Lincoln, Cleveland, York, and Mecklenburg Counties and beyond. New patients accepted from …
- Gastonia – Yes
- Belmont – Yes
- Bessemer City – Yes
- Cherryville – Yes
- Cramerton – Yes
- McAdenville – Yes
- Lowell – Yes
- Lincolnton – Yes
- Kings Mountain – Yes
- Mount Holly – Yes
- Dallas – Yes
- Salisbury – Yes
- Stanley – Yes
- Huntersville – Yes
- Concord – Yes
- Ranlo – Yes
- Shelby – Yes
- Rock Hill, SC – Yes!
- Charlotte – Yes!
- Not sure? We can help!
New patients can speed things up by taking a few extra steps before visiting.
- Check out our Before You Visit Checklist
- Look at the routine Gynecology services we provide – Learn More!
- We also evaluate additional Gynecologic conditions too – Learn More!
- Do you have spare time to complete some forms before you come in? Print, complete and bring these in!
- Connect with us on Facebook
- Directions to the Office (at Summit Crossing near hospital just off Court Drive)
New Patient FAQs
Teenage girls should set up an appointment to meet their gynecologist some time between the ages of 13 and 16. Although pelvic exams are usually not required during the first visit, this visit allows a teen to become familiar with the doctor or nurse and establish a medical and sexual history. This is a good opportunity to educate teenage girls about contraceptives and sexually transmitted disease. Once a woman is sexually active, she should begin exams.
We are open on Monday-Thursday from 8:30 am – 5:00 pm.
Friday we are open 8:30 – 12:00 pm.
Most doctors recommend exams every 1 to 2 years, depending on your age and health.
There is a doctor available 24 hours a day. If you call the office after office hours you will be directed to one of our on call nurses. If you need to speak to the doctor on call, the nurse will contact the doctor for you. Chronic problems, prescription refills, and appointments are not appropriate reasons to call after hours.
HIPAA is a complex set of federal law designed to secure your information.
Only with your written permission.
Lab results are not routinely left on an answering machine or voice mail. But if you request, you can document that in writing and we will do so.
Courtview stopped delivering babies in 2012. So while we certainly can help our patients prepare optimally for pregnancy, and evaluate and treat any problems they may encounter in early pregnancy, we cannot provide continuing care beyond early pregnancy.