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Assistant Professor

Dr. McClurg is a fellow at the UNC Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery Fellowship. She is a boards eligible obstetrics and gynecology physician. She attended medical school at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth (Hanover, NH), and completed residency at the University of Utah (Salt Lake City, UT).

Dr. McClurg’s treats the full scope of gynecologic surgical care, pelvic pain issues including fibroids, endometriosis, heavy or abnormal uterine bleeding, pelvic floor dysfunction, and care of transgender patients.

Dr. McClurg is committed to listening to patients and understanding their symptoms and goals of treatment. She believes in using a holistic approach to medicine and surgery and developing a plan in collaboration with patients. Her goal is to help women live healthier and more vibrant lives.

When not providing medical care, Dr. McClurg enjoys exploring North Carolina’s trails with her family and looking for the best biscuit in Durham.


For Prospective Fellowship Trainees

What Is Your Main Clinical Interests?

My main interest outside of clinical work is studying health care variation and disparities in care and interventions that lead to equitable care.

Why Did You Choose UNC?

I choose UNC because of the high surgical volume, diverse patient population, supportive teammates, opportunities to teach our fabulous residents- all in a beautiful setting.

What’s Your OR Playlist?

A Tribe Called Quest Inspired

Once You’ve Left the OR, We Can Find You…

In the woods with my son on my back, or scouting out the newest taco truck in town.

Favorite MIGS Surgery

Laparoscopic Myomectomy

One Word to Describe Our Program

Supportive