physicians
 

Tracy Mann Larson, M.D.

While a high school student at Charlotte Country Day School, Dr. Larson first took an interest in pursuing medicine as a career choice. Instead of following a traditional course to becoming a physician, Dr. Larson received her degree in nursing from UNC-Chapel Hill and studied nurse anesthesia before entering medical school at The Medical College of Virginia in Richmond. During her time there she excelled academically and received numerous awards and scholarships. She went on to complete her internship and residency program at MCV and began practicing in 1999.

Dr. Larson's medical focus is on general/high risk obstetrics, and general gynecology including infertility, menopause and incontinence. As a practitioner, Dr. Larson's primary focus and enjoyment is in developing long-term relationships with her patients.

Dr. Larson is a lifelong resident of Charlotte and is married with a young son and a newly adopted daughter from Russia. She enjoys running, gardening, and cooking.

 
Dr. Larson
General/high risk obstetics, and general gynecology including infertility, menopause and in continence are Dr. Larson's medical focus, along with building long-term relationships with her patients.
 
To see profiles of our other doctors, click here to return to the PHYSICIANS page.