Dr. Nicole Schlechter was born in Cleveland, Ohio and moved to California as a child. She got her Bachelor’s degree and then her Ph.D. from the University of California at Berkeley. She received her medical degree at Vanderbilt University where she was the medical school’s Founder’s medalist and a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. She completed her residency at Vanderbilt in 1994 and became Board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology in 1996. She is actively involved in organized medicine, having served as Vice Chief and then Chief of the Department of OB/Gyn at Saint Thomas Midtown (formerly Baptist) Hospital, on the Board of Directors of the Nashville Academy of Medicine and having completed the Physician Leadership College of the Tennessee Medical Association. Most recently, Dr. Schlechter served as Vice Chief and then Chief of the Medical Staff at Saint Thomas Midtown Hospital.
Dr. Schlechter lives with her (incredibly patient and kind) husband of over 30 years and her two spoiled rotten dogs. She enjoys hiking, travel, exercise, watching hockey and football, and really good food. She is an avid reader and is always anxious to discuss books with her patients. Some day she plans to learn how to play golf. She is a part of Women OB/Gyn which is a group of all women physicians, midwives and nurse practitioners who enjoy taking care of women through all of the reproductive stages of their lives.