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Dr. Moore portraitDr. Moore was born in Chattanooga, TN where she spent her childhood. She has been married for 20 years and has two teenage children. After college, she became a physical therapist where she gained valuable experience working closely with patients in their rehabilitation from spinal cord injuries. She then decided to pursue a career in medicine and the specialty of OBGYN. She joined Physicians to Women in Roanoke in 1995, during which time she loved the close relationships developed with women over all stages of life as well as delivering babies and performing a wide variety of gynecologic surgeries. Dr. Moore left private practice in 2004 to be at home with her young children. She remained active in the medical field by providing care at the Bradley Free Clinic and the Rescue Mission as well as teaching medical students and residents. In her current practice, she remains committed to providing patients with excellent care based on the most current evidence and with an emphasis on education about their choices in improving their health. Her special interests are contraception, menopause, incontinence, colposcopy, and adolescent gynecology.

Education:

  • Brainerd High School, Chattanooga, TN
  • Transylvania University, Lexington, KY (B.A. in Pre-medicine)
  • University of Kentucky College of Allied Health Professions, Lexington, KY (B.H.S. in Physical Therapy)
  • University of Kentucky College of Medicine, Lexington, KY (M.D. degree)
  • Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte, NC (Residency)
  • The American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • Diplomate, American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • Fellow, American College of Obstetrician and Gynecologists
  • Member, South Atlantic Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • Assistant Clinical Professor in Obstetrics and Gynecology; UVa School of Medicine and Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine
Westhampton Christian Church: Elder, Stephen Minister, Joyful Noise band
Bradley Free Clinic: medical services
Girl Scouts of America: Leader 6 years
  1. What are some of your favorites things about living in Roanoke? I love the mountains and the change of seasons. It reminds me of Chattanooga where I grew up … just on a smaller scale. It’s great to be able to be out in nature just a few minutes outside of town.
  2. What are you reading right now? I love novels in a beach setting as well as mysteries. I am deep into Natchez Burning right now. I also read a lot of what my teenagers read, so I just finished the Divergent series.
  3. Why did you choose to practice medicine, and/or your field? For as long as I can remember, I wanted to be a teacher and then a doctor. My favorite book as a child had a picture of a doctor in another country giving immunizations to a long line of children. OBGYN was an easy choice because it combines delivering babies, doing surgery, and working closely with women in all stages of life to become as healthy as possible.
  4. When you are craving a snack, what do you reach for? Ice cream, ice cream, and ice cream.
  5. Name something on your “bucket list.” I would like to travel all over the world with my family, especially Asia and EuropeThe international traveling I have done and the foreign languages I have studied have contributed greatly to my world view and my appreciation for diversity.
  6. What hobby do you most enjoy, and why?  I love photography because it gives me a chance to be immersed in nature as well as to interact with people in trying to get candid shots of them. I also love to study foreign languages, piano, and flute … and I’ve even dabbled in steel drums! I love biking, hiking, and taking long walks on the beach. 
  7. What music is on your playlist right now?  It ranges from my old favorites … James Taylor, Willie Nelson, and Fleetwood Mac … to more current ones like Usher and Sara Bereilles.
  8. What was your first job as a teenager, and how old were you at the time? I knew I wanted to be a doctor, so I was thrilled to get a job in a plastic surgeon’s office. I hoped to see lots of exciting surgery, but I was assigned to file years of old pathology reports in a tiny room alone 8 hours a day. I was so bored that I chewed 100 pieces of bubble gum a day. I knew then that I needed to be with patients, listening and talking to them.
  9. What is your favorite movie and TV show? My favorite movie has to be “My Big Fat Greek Wedding.” As far as TV, “Ellen” is at the top of my list but “Friends” and “Saturday Night Live” were great in their day.
  10. If you hadn’t become a doctor, what profession would you have chosen? That’s easy … an international photographer. And maybe a concert pianist!

obgyn roanoke va Dr. StockstillDr. Stockstill was born in Columbus, Ohio. He has lived in Roanoke for nearly all of his life and therefore considers himself a proud Virginian. His wife, Laura, is a mathematics teacher and is employed by Roanoke City Public Schools. They have three wonderful sons (Andrew, Thomas, and John) and one cute little cocker spaniel (Lexie). Dr. Stockstill began his private practice career in 1993 by joining his father’s group, Community Ob/Gyn. He had the distinct honor of working alongside his father for three years until his father’s passing in 1997. He was subsequently a partner in Physicians to Women, also based in Roanoke. Dr. Stockstill has delivered approximately four thousand babies in his career and has performed innumerable and varied gynecological surgical procedures. He takes pride in allowing time with patients to discuss topics in gynecological diagnosis and treatment, including both medical or surgical options. He has a special interest in preconception care, birth control, abnormal bleeding, menopause, and compulsively ensures his patients have undergone appropriate age-related screening tests.

  • Cave Spring High School, Roanoke, VA
  • Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC (B.A. in Biology)
  • Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, VA (M.D. degree)
  • Roanoke Memorial Hospitals, Roanoke, VA (Residency)
The American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • Diplomate, American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • Fellow, American College of Obstetrician and Gynecologists
  • Member, South Atlantic Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • Assistant Clinical Professor in Obstetrics and Gynecology; UVA School of Medicine
  • SAAOG Virginia District Representative
  • Roanoke Area Youth Athletic Coach: baseball, basketball, soccer
  • Greene Memorial United Methodist Church: Finance, Building Committees
  • Bradley Free Clinic: medical services
  • Cub and Boy Scouts of America: Pack 17 Cubmaster; Troop 17 Committee Member; Adult Leader of Hiking treks within Philmont Scout Ranch, NM
  • Habitat for Humanity: Mission trips to VT, NC, KY, VA
  1. What are some of your favorites things about living in Roanoke? I love the mountains, the four seasons, the friendliness, and the ease of life in a relatively small city. I’ve been a good number of places and I always loving coming home!
  2. What are you reading right now? I love reading all sorts of magazines and newspapers. A lot of books I end up reading are those that have been assigned reading to my boys when in high school. I just finished reading A Walk in the Woods by Bill Bryson.
  3. Why did you choose to practice medicine, and/or your field? Well, I grew up in a medical family: my father was an Ob/Gyn here in Roanoke and my older brother went off to medical school as well (he is a Radiation Oncologist). I saw the joy it brought my father and wanted to find a way I could help others. Even my younger sister is in medicine! (she is an oncology nurse).
  4. When you are craving a snack, what do you reach for? I have a real weakness for french fries.
  5. Name something on your “bucket list.” I really would love to see England, Scotland, Ireland. One of the best things my parents ever did for me was allow me to go on a whirlwind tour of Europe with my high school French class; we saw four countries in about 6 days (France, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium). It opened my eyes in so many ways.
  6. What hobby do you most enjoy, and why? About anything to do with the outdoors: exercising, hiking, camping, fly-fishing. I even like to mow my yard! And I am proud to say I ran the Blue Ridge Marathon twice!
  7. What music is on your playlist right now? You might be surprised. Right now I’ve been listening to a lot of classic alternative stuff from the 80’s. I’ve always loved music- I can’t play any instruments, though- and I have thousands of songs on my iPod. I still pride myself on keeping fairly up to date with today’s music.
  8. What was your first job as a teenager, and how old were you at the time? If you don’t count mowing yards, my first “real” job was at Tanglewood Mall Cinema (now the Carmike) behind the concession and ticket counter. Of course, I also had to clean up the theaters after each showing as well. Even today, I am very compulsive about not leaving behind any trash when I go there. It was a great job for a 15 year old kid.
  9. What is your favorite movie and TV show? I would have to say “Saving Private Ryan” for the movie favorite, and the “Andy Griffith Show” for the TV favorite. Of current TV shows, it is definitely “The Middle,” on ABC.
  10. If you hadn’t become a doctor, what profession would have chosen? That’s an easy one: an architect.

PRAISE

They can take 20 minutes, or even an hour to figure out the whole “YOU,” in order to identify the issues behind your health concerns.
The access to both Doctors Moore and Stockstill is simply amazing.
 If you want a doctor who is easy to see, who takes the time to know you, and who offers advice that you trust, call Doctors Moore and Stockstill.
— Lori

My family doctor recommended Drs. Moore & Stockstill. They let me take as much time as I need to explain my concerns—and
they answer me in a way I can understand. They even contact me themselves with results! Doctor Moore makes me feel like I’m her only patient
and I know she truly cares about me—our relationship is special.

— Carol Whiteside

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