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Nurse Practitioner Candice Gregg joined the North Florida Women’s Care team in July 2019. Candice grew up outside of Tallahassee in Liberty County (in Telogia). She earned her Bachelor of Science in nursing from Northwest Florida State College in 2012. At that time, she worked in the Medical Surgical Telemetry Unit at Twin Cities Medical Center in Niceville, Fla.
While studying women’s health and adult gerontology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, Candice worked as an RN at the UAB hospital. She served in the Medical Intensive Care Unit, Labor & Delivery, and the Women’s Post-Anesthesia Care Unit. In December of 2015, she completed her Master of Science and became a nurse practitioner.
Candice returned to Florida and began working in adult primary care at Liberty Community Healthcare in Hosford, Fla. In 2017, She joined Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare, where she applied her education and previous experience to its Labor & Delivery unit, the women’s OR and the Women’s Post-Anesthesia Care Unit. For the year and a half prior to joining NFLWC, Candice served the Florida Department of Health in Gulf and Franklin Counties as a women’s health nurse practitioner. She is a member of NPWH (Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health).
Candice is married to Nicholas Gregg, DMD. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and children, being outdoors, and leading worship service at Telogia Assembly of God.
She sees patients for both obstetrics and gynecology.