As a practicing OB-GYN, Buprenorphine prescriber and a member of the 180 Clinical Advisory Board, Dr. Naomi Paschall serves as an expert from the OBGYN and Buprenorphine prescriber community who works every day with TennCare pregnant women who are dependent on opioids. She helps identify problems that might arise during the medically supervised withdrawal process and offers practical solutions.
As an OBGYN, Dr. Paschall is committed to providing women with comprehensive obstetric and gynecological care supported with state-of-the-art procedures offering the very best for women. She believes a multifaceted approach is the best way to solve problems and address patients’ needs. Her passion for empowering women led her to receive certification to prescribe buprenorphine and has helped many pregnant women avoid delivering babies with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS).
A graduate of Meharry Medical College, Dr. Paschall completed her residency at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Board certified in obstetrics and gynecology, she previously served as an Assistant Professor at Meharry Medical College and as a Clinical Instructor at Vanderbilt University.