Dr. Amartha Nnegi Gore is a board-eligible OBGYN physician who is native to South Carolina. She grew up in Columbia, SC and obtained her Bachelor of Arts in African American Studies at the University of South Carolina in 2012. She then received her Doctorate in Medicine at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, SC in 2016. She went on to complete her residency training in obstetrics and gynecology with the Allegheny Health Network Consortium: Western Pennsylvania Hospital in Pittsburgh, PA. At the end of her residency, she and her husband enthusiastically took the opportunity to return home to South Carolina in order to continue in their careers paths and be close to family.
Dr. Gore's special interests include high risk obstetrics, centering, and family planning. She fosters an interest in collaborating holistic medicine in the field of obstetrics and is a supporter of utilizing midwifery and doula aide in supporting mothers during pregnancy, labor, and the postpartum period. She believes that collaboration is essential especially when addressing the disparities that exist in maternal morbidity and mortality in obstetrics.
She is also passionate about teaching and research in Obstetrics and Gynecology. During residency she won numerous teaching awards, was awarded during her 3rd year for her collaborative research work in cardiovascular medicine and maternal fetal medicine and published a case report prior to completing residency in June of 2020. She is currently working on two manuscripts with mentors from Allegheny Health Network in Pittsburgh, PA and the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD.
In her free time, Dr. Gore enjoys spending time and traveling with her husband, Charles Gore Jr., who serves as a Captain in the United States Army, and her extended family. She is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. And lastly, she enjoys activities that promote self-care for all, especially women, such as yoga, dancing, jogging and meditation.