Dr. Nicole Hight is an established and highly skilled board-certified physician with over eighteen years of experience in Pediatrics. A champion for maternal and child health, she is well-regarded in the community, earning recognition for her compassionate, high-quality, patient-centered care. Over the years, she has been named a Charlotte Magazine Top Doctor numerous times. She is also a multi-year recipient of the Parent Magazine parent choice award.
Dr. Hight was born in Manhattan, New York, and grew up in Atlanta, Georgia. The youngest daughter of hard-working parents from Barbados, WI, Dr. Hight was the first to obtain a doctorate in her family. She obtained her undergraduate and medical degrees from Emory University with honors. She attended residency at Atrium Health Levine Children’s Hospital, where she was selected as the Chief Resident.
After lovingly serving children in private practice for over a decade, Dr. Hight sought to positively impact lives on a larger scale by branching into healthcare administration. Most recently, she raised the quality of care and oversaw the expansion of health services for the underserved in her role as Chief Medical Officer. Dr. Hight currently serves as clinical implementation director for a biotechnology company that focuses on preventing childhood diseases. She also continues to see patients through the Emory Children's Healthcare of Atlanta network. Dr. Hight believes in the power of relationships. Her experience has taught her that physicians can best impact their patients’ health when patients feel respected and heard. She knows that a genuine caring word can change a life.
Dr. Hight resides in Atlanta, Ga, with her husband and relishes life with her son and daughter. She enjoys playing basketball, biking, and taking adventure trips with her family.