Natalie Clericuzio, MD
Dr. Natalie Clericuzio is excited to be practicing full-scope Obstetrics and Gynecology. She was drawn to Modern ObGyn because of the group's high standard of excellence and the teamwork approach to patient care. Dr. Clericuzio loves caring for patients and supporting them in achieving their goals in all phases of life. She particularly enjoys minimally-invasive and robotic gynecology, contraceptive management, adolescent health, and LGBTQ patient care.
Dr. Clericuzio is a native of Jackson, Mississippi. She attended Rice University where she graduated with a B.A in Classical Studies and was honored with the Kristine Wallace Prize for Outstanding Classics Major. She attended medical school at the University of Texas Long School of Medicine in San Antonio where she served as president of the multidisciplinary Pride organization and helped to establish the student-run Pride Free Clinic. She went on to complete her residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, where she won the Bryan D. Cowan award for Outstanding Research Presentation. She also served as the resident moderator for the department Morbidity and Mortality Conference her chief year. She is a da Vinci certified robotic surgeon.
Outside of the hospital and clinic, Dr. Clericuzio enjoys traveling, yoga, cooking, trying new restaurants, reading, being outdoors, and spending time with family and friends. She was even awarded "Best Laugh" by her medical school classmates and brings an upbeat personality to her work.