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Adam Drew Huggins, MD


Assistant Professor of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology

4.6 4.6 117 ratings

Insurance plans accepted

Insurance plans accepted

Areas of Expertise

Abnormal Uterine Bleeding
General Gynecology
General Obstetrics
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) Health
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Board Certificates

Obstetrics and Gynecology - American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 2011


MD - University of Alabama at Birmingham
Internship - Virginia Commonwealth University
Residency - Virginia Commonwealth University


Vanderbilt Center for Women's Health
Vanderbilt Center for Women's Health
719 Thompson Lane
Suite 27100
Nashville, TN 37204

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Patient Comments

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I've already recommended friends to Dr. Huggins! I had a great experience with him and never felt uncomfortable in his care. He was very competent with transgender healthcare issues, as well.
Patient | September 11, 2018

Dr Huggins is exceptional and I feel extremely comfortable with him and his level of expertise. I would recommend him to family and friends and am grateful to have him taking care of my new baby and I.
Patient | August 1, 2018

The most straightforward, to the point, comfortable, and speedy Well Woman exam I have ever had.
Patient | July 23, 2018

Although he did take time to answer my questions, he seemed impatient to slightly dismissive, in a rush to hand me off to a different provider.
Patient | July 21, 2018

I would recommend my provider to others.
Patient | February 20, 2018

I feel safe and I know this professionals will take good care of me!
Patient | February 5, 2018

Dr. Huggins is great. He addressed my questions before the exam, then spent more time doing the exam. Very professional and caring.
Patient | January 20, 2018

best provider ever
Patient | December 30, 2017

I didn't like the fact that no one called me last year for an abnormal reading of Pap smear and that I found out about it this year. So you let me go a year without knowing. Definitely not okay. There should be some kind of a back up plan so that things are not missed. It made me feel like a number instead of a patient. Not cool and actually very stressful.
Patient | December 10, 2017

Patient | October 6, 2017