Dr. Few attended Spelman College, where she received a BS in Biology, studied biomedical science and performed research for the National Institutes of Health. Her specialties were reproductive endocrinology, drug abuse, and HIV. She earned her medical degree at Emory University School of Medicine, and worked in private practice upon graduation for almost four years before moving to Chattanooga, TN. Dr. Few specializes in low- and high-risk pregnancies, adolescent gynecology, polycystic ovarian syndrome, irregular bleeding, and menopause.
Her medical interests stem from her own experience with high-risk obstetrics and loss, and she enjoys helping patients through challenging pregnancies to create families. Her philosophy of OB/GYN care comes from the concept that no part of the body is isolated, and she treats the whole patient – mind, body, and spirit. When not at work, she enjoys scrapbooking, card making, writing poetry, drawing, traveling and shopping, and spending time with her son, Jaylen, and husband, Dr. Walter L. Few III, a Chattanooga native and cardiologist.