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Nicole L. Stephens, PA-C, ATC

Physician Assistant - Cardiology

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Where I See Patients
Duke Triangle Heart Associates - Durham, NC
Board Certified
National Comm on Certif of Physician Assistants

About Me

I enjoy educating patients on their specific cardiac illness and reassuring each individual that their concerns are heard. My philosophy is a patient-first approach in which decisions are made mutually between each patient and the provider. I treat general cardiac illnesses, including coronary artery disease, heart failure, arrhythmias, and valvular heart disease. Outside of work, I enjoy hiking in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains, playing pickle ball, and traveling with my family and friends.

Languages I Speak

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Ratings and Reviews

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Overall Provider Rating
4.92 out of 5
399 ratings, 69 reviews

Training and Education

Board Certification
National Comm on Certif of Physician Assistants
Physician Assistant Studies, Elon University (North Carolina), 2019

Insurance Accepted

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External Relationships

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