Nicole Tromble, MD
Dr. Tromble is very excited to be providing primary care to teens, women, men, and seniors in the Chelsea area. A native of Michigan who received her medical degree from Wayne State University, Dr. Tromble received her post-graduate internal medicine residency training at St. Joseph Mercy Health System in Ann Arbor. During her time at St. Joe’s, she also earned the distinction of Chief Resident and Fellow of Internal Medicine. Dr. Tromble enjoys providing primary care procedures in office, and is actively pursuing additional training to our meet patients’ needs. This year, Dr. Tromble is becoming certified as a provider for the care of menopausal women’s special needs through the NAMS foundation.
Dr. Tromble has a broad range of experience in the medical field and has been heavily involved with organizations that care for those in need. She has a special interest in helping others, as demonstrated by her rich background in volunteering. She is currently a volunteer for Chelsea Grace Clinic. She has also volunteered for Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Genesys Hospice/Home Care, Genesys Hospice Children’s Bereavement Program, and the McLaren Regional Medical Center Emergency Center and Infectious Disease Department.
In her free time, Dr. Tromble enjoys spending time with family, kayaking, running, reading novels, remodeling her home, and traveling to beautiful beaches and cultures.
Dr. Tromble is currently accepting new primary care patients, ages 15 and up.