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Nicole Brockway, MD

Physician

"I am grateful to serve the families in our community who work hard each day to care for their children with medical needs. I am constantly inspired by my patients who have the resilience to enjoy their childhood and achieve big goals despite their challenges."

Dr. Brockway is board certified in adult neurology with qualifications in child neurology and epilepsy. She specializes in spasticity management for cerebral palsy.

She is the former assistant director for operations and the interim division director at Atrium Health Levine Children's Hospital Pediatric Neurosciences. She was named a Top Doctor by Charlotte Magazine.

Growing up, Dr. Brockway was inspired by her mother, who is a special education teacher, and many family friends whose children had developmental disabilities. She volunteers at a camp for children with intellectual disabilities and knew she had found her calling in neurology.

Dr. Brockway received her medical degree and completed her residency at Augusta University.

She enjoys spending time with family and she and her son enjoy seeing musicals, watching TV shows, going to concerts and traveling. She likes to read biographies and books on leadership and medical history. She also volunteers with Abbie Rogers Civitan Camp and the Make-A-Wish foundation.

Nicole Brockway

Physician

"I am grateful to serve the families in our community who work hard each day to care for their children with medical needs. I am constantly inspired by my patients who have the resilience to enjoy their childhood and achieve big goals despite their challenges."

Dr. Brockway is board certified in adult neurology with qualifications in child neurology and epilepsy. She specializes in spasticity management for cerebral palsy.

She is the former assistant director for operations and the interim division director at Atrium Health Levine Children's Hospital Pediatric Neurosciences. She was named a Top Doctor by Charlotte Magazine.

Growing up, Dr. Brockway was inspired by her mother, who is a special education teacher, and many family friends whose children had developmental disabilities. She volunteers at a camp for children with intellectual disabilities and knew she had found her calling in neurology.

Dr. Brockway received her medical degree and completed her residency at Augusta University.

She enjoys spending time with family and she and her son enjoy seeing musicals, watching TV shows, going to concerts and traveling. She likes to read biographies and books on leadership and medical history. She also volunteers with Abbie Rogers Civitan Camp and the Make-A-Wish foundation.

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