Black Maternal Health
Black Maternal Health Week is recognized each year
Kelley Stem was born and raised in upstate New York in the small town of Owego. She graduated high school in Tucson, Arizona. Afterward, her family moved to Orlando, where she attended Valencia College. She then transferred to Eckerd College in St. Pete to obtain her Bachelor of Science in biology. While at Eckerd, she was first exposed to the field of obstetrics and gynecology and she has loved it since.
Kelley completed her Physician Assistant program through the FSU College of Medicine. During her program, she gained hands-on experience with OB/GYN clinical services. She and her husband moved to Tallahassee when she entered the PA program. They are excited to make Tallahassee a more permanent home now that she’s joined the team at North Florida Women’s Care.
Kelley sees patients for obstetrics and gynecology.