“On behalf of the providers and staff of Roanoke Clinic, I would like to extend our warmest welcome to Dr. Carol Rupe,” said Kenneth Robert, medical director of Roanoke Clinic and Roanoke Valley Health Services. “Along with her personalized approach to care, she brings with her 25 years of experience in family practice and primary care.
“Dr. Rupe’s expertise and focus on comprehensive women’s health is a welcome addition to the full range of health care services Roanoke Clinic provides. We welcome her and her family to the Roanoke Valley.”
Rupe earned her medical degree from Georgetown University School of Medicine in Washington, D.C., and completed her internship and residency at Malcolm Grow Medical Clinic and Surgery Center, a United States Air Force hospital located at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland.
This training was followed by the completion of her fellowship in Family Practice Faculty Development at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Rupe is board certified by the American Board of Family Practice.
She joins Roanoke Clinic after 12 years leading Charlotte’s Premier Health Care.
She has expertise in women’s health and treats women in all stages of life on matters of gynecology, diet and exercise, menopause anxiety, and more.
As a breast cancer survivor, Rupe knows first-hand the importance of personalized care and attentiveness in providing the highest quality health care.
Specializing in women’s health, weight loss, depression among a range of other services, she is eager to bring her expertise to Roanoke Clinic and serve the Roanoke Valley.
Early morning appointments are available.
For more information or to make an appointment, call Roanoke Clinic at 252-537-9176 or visit www.RoanokeClinic.com.
Roanoke Clinic is located at 1385 Medical Center Drive on the medical campus of Halifax Regional.