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Dr. Heather Havlik, MD

Dr. Heather Havlik, MD

Age 45 Sports Medicine F
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Dr. Heather Havlik, MD is a sports medicine specialist in Charlotte, NC. She currently practices at Atrium Health. She accepts multiple insurance plans.


  1. Atrium Health

    1. 1
      Atrium Health
      3025 Springbank Ln Ste 100, Charlotte, NC 28226 Existing Patients: (704) 446-2620


  • Medical College Of Wisconsin, Medical School — 2003

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  • Aetna
  • Anthem
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Cigna
  • Humana
  • MultiPlan

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Dr. Havlik has been very helpful and understanding about problems with my ancient knees. (Legacy of old sports injuries). I recommend her very highly.
David Walters — Aug 19, 2019
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