Margo White, MD

Pediatrics

Phone:

828 349-5021

Fax:



Website:

http://www.harrismedicalgroup.com/our-practices/harris-pediatric-care

Pediatric Internship and Residency
Children’s Hospital Medical Center
Cincinnati, Ohio

University of Tennessee School of Medicine
M.D., May, 1991
Member AOA medical honor society, 1991

Vanderbilt University
B.A., Anthropology, June 1986
Graduated with honors, cum laude

2016 - PALS recertification
2000,2008 - Passed recertification exam, American Board of Pediatrics
1994 - Board Certified/American Board of Pediatrics
1993 - State of Ohio, # 65007
1999 - State of Tennessee #MD 0000031702
2010 - North Carolina # 200101509

American Academy of Pediatrics

American Board of Pediatrics

Doctors Without Borders
Bangladesh (May 2003-December2003)
Sudan, refugee camp (July, August 2004)

Operation Smile
Nicaragua (January 2004); Morocco ( March 2005)

Physician for adoption agency, China

Volunteer Medical Trip
Quito, Ecuador (November 2000)

Clinical work, Tropical Medicine
Honduras (April 1994- and June 1996)

Pediatric Hematology – Oncology
(Chart review and clinical rotation, St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital, Memphis)

My husband and I both practice yoga. Luckily for our dog, Solomon, we spend many hours hiking! I recently completed a certification course so that Solomon can work as a therapy dog. You may meet him at Harris as well! In addition to the privilege of living and working in Western North Carolina, I have been able to volunteer and work in some other amazing places in the world including Ethiopia, Uganda, Bangladesh and Nicaragua. I have experience helping families plan for international travel.



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