Northeast Georgia Gynecology, located adjacent to the campus of Brenau University in Gainesville, started with a simple premise: Make available to every woman the health resources she needs to live a healthy, active and long life. At the same time, educate each woman about the importance of preventative health measures. This same idea still drives us today, 12 years later. The track record we’ve accumulated over the years speaks to our commitment to patients, their families and the community at large. Our staff is trained to accommodate your gynecological needs and get your concerns to the attention of the provider for proper care management as efficiently as possible. We strive to constantly evolve to create an experience that lives up to your expectations. We maintain the state of the art Electronic Medical Record system and utilize the patient portal for two way communication. We are consistently evaluating the accuracy, efficacy and pricing of our vendor’s products. We want to offer our patients the most appropriate treatment at the most affordable cost.
Northeast Georgia Gynecology offers advanced gynecological care from regular exams for health maintenance to advanced medical and therapies for complex gynecological conditions and diseases, our gynecologist provides the complete range of services for comprehensive, personalized care.
When a patient needs more specialized care, we have a complete network of local referral physicians that will give our patients priority scheduling. We can set up testing and mammography at your preferred local facility throughout Northeast Georgia and North Carolina for your convenience.
Dr. Holly Gilreath Coleman
Dr. Coleman is a Georgia Licensed Physician trained in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Born and raised in Gainesville, Georgia, she attended North Hall High School and was Valedictorian of the class of 1986. She did her pre-med studies at North Georgia College (now known as University of North Georgia). She completed medical school at Medical College of Georgia (now known as Augusta University). Dr. Coleman completed her Internship at Community Hospital in Roanoke, Virginia in association with University of Virginia.
She completed her residency in OB Gyn at Humility of Mary Medical Center in Youngstown, Ohio in association with NEOUCOM and Ohio State University. While Chief OB Gyn Resident, Dr. Coleman’s research paper involving Amnioinfusion’s relationship with Meconium Aspiration was selected as best research paper among all residency programs. Dr. Coleman passed her board certification written exam in 2001.
After working for the Toccoa Clinic, Dr. Coleman started Northeast Georgia Gynecology in 2004. Dr. Coleman remains active in Obstetrics by frequently covering OB call as a Locum Tenens Physician at various facilities, but does not manage pregnancy at Northeast Georgia Gynecology beyond confirming pregnancy. She continues to serve on the board of the Georgia OB Gyn Society since 2010, has served on the board of the North Georgia Community Foundation, was a founding board member of Women’s Source, and supports many community programs that involve women’s health. In addition to the Georgia OB Gyn Society, she also currently serves on the board of Women of UNG (University of North Georgia) and on the advisory board for AEON Global Health.