Kristin S. Black, MD

Board Certified Family Medicine & Health and Wellness Specialist located in Charlotte, NC

About Dr. Kristin S. Black

As a top-rated board-certified physician, Kristin S. Black, MD, is a trusted practitioner in innovative wellness solutions. Dr. Black is the owner and operator of New Day Wellness in Charlotte, North Carolina.

After finishing her undergraduate degree in human development and family studies at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, Dr. Black attended medical school. She earned her Doctor of Medicine from Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City (now Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai). Dr. Black even studied as an Arthur Ashe fellow at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and is currently board certified through the American Board of Family Medicine.

During her family practice residency at Carolinas Medical Center, Dr. Black won awards for Outstanding Family Practice and Community Service. She trained extensively in internal medicine, pediatrics, and gynecology, focusing on providing care for the indigent and underserved.

Dr. Black has special interests in women’s health, bioidentical hormone replacement, weight loss, nutrition and dietary counseling, and alternative medicine, to name a few. She maintains active roles in the community by providing workshops on adolescent issues, diabetes management, and cardiovascular disease, so patients can learn to live with vitality, energy, and passion.

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As a top-rated board-certified physician, Kristin S. Black, MD, is a trusted practitioner in innovative wellness solutions. Dr. Black is the owner and operator of New Day Wellness in Charlotte, North Carolina.

After finishing her undergraduate degree in human development and family studies at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, Dr. Black attended medical school. She earned her Doctor of Medicine from Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City (now Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai). Dr. Black even studied as an Arthur Ashe fellow at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and is currently board certified through the American Board of Family Medicine.

During her family practice residency at Carolinas Medical Center, Dr. Black won awards for Outstanding Family Practice and Community Service. She trained extensively in internal medicine, pediatrics, and gynecology, focusing on providing care for the indigent and underserved.

Dr. Black has special interests in women’s health, bioidentical hormone replacement, weight loss, nutrition and dietary counseling, and alternative medicine, to name a few. She maintains active roles in the community by providing workshops on adolescent issues, diabetes management, and cardiovascular disease, so patients can learn to live with vitality, energy, and passion.


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