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Kenosha Gleaton, MD

Revered for her willingness to listen and praised for the love and concern she shows patients,
Board Certified OB/GYN, Dr. Kenosha Gleaton, has passionately served the Carolinas for well over a decade. Her patients not only appreciate her in-depth knowledge and medical experience, they sing her praises. “She listens intently,” says one, and “You can tell she loves people,” says another. Dr. Gleaton, founder of The EpiCentre, values excellence and places top priority on her patients.

“My goal is to connect with women in such a way that they forget they’re conversing with their ob/gyn. To listen, to care, to anticipate needs in a manner that fosters transparency, and cultivates a doctor-patient relationship that is unmatched.” says Dr. Gleaton.

Dr. Gleaton is passionate about group prenatal care (Centering), lactation, adolescent gynecology, and minimally invasive surgery. She also enjoys using multicultural strategies to improve patient care— a skill learned abroad in South Africa and Costa Rica. She explains “Women’s care is complex, yet customizable. It’s a delicate balance where physical, mental, and spiritual needs must be addressed. That’s what our patients deserve.”

She not only serves her patients, but she serves the professional medical community at large. She is a member of the Charleston Medical Society, the American College of Obstetrics & Gynecology, and is the Immediate past president of the Charleston Medical, Dental, and Pharmaceutical Association. For several years, she served on MUSC’s Committee of Diversity and Inclusion, and was the Physician Champion for Roper St. Francis’ baby friendly initiative. In addition, she serves on the Roper St Francis Foundation Board, engaging community supporters to fund the RSF mission to heal all people with compassion, faith, and excellence. In 2020, she was named the medical director of Natalist, a company helping women achieve and navigate pregnancy. Most recently, she became the Vice Chair of the Department of OB/GYN at Roper Berkeley Hospital.

Recently named a “Healthcare Hero” by the Charleston Regional Business Journal, Dr. Gleaton doesn’t see herself as a hero, but rather a patient advocate. “It truly is a privilege to serve my patients. When they walk through the doors of The EpiCentre, I want them to immediately feel like they matter— like they are a priority, and that I’m honored to be their doctor. That’s the heart of my practice.”