Dr. Susan Bane

Dr. Susan Bane

Regional Medical Director for Pregnancy Centers in Eastern North Carolina

Dr. Susan Bane (aka Dr. Pink Glasses) is a 1987 graduate of Atlantic Christian College, now Barton College. She has practiced obstetrics and gynecology for 25 years, including in private practice at Greenville Obstetrics and Gynecology and serving as a clinical professor at the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University. She is currently the regional medical director for three pregnancy centers in Eastern North Carolina, where she oversees the medical aspects of the centers and sees patients with unintended pregnancies.

Dr. Bane completed a PhD in Kinesiology and her medical degree from the University of Illinois. She holds coaching certifications for health and wellness and emotional intelligence. She completed the year-long certificate program in Theology and Health Care at Duke Divinity School in 2022.

Dr. Bane serves on the Medical Board for Care Net and Board of Directors for the American Association of Prolife Obstetricians and Gynecologists, AAPLOG, serving as the advocacy team leader. She has spoken about women’s health and life issues in many settings, and her writing has been published in national press, including Politico, The Daily Signal, the Federalist, and Newsweek. She is one of the co-hosts of AAPLOG’s podcast “Caring for Both: A Curbside Consult.”

Dr. Bane is involved in a variety of community activities, including St. Therese Catholic Church, and participates in autism advocacy work, as her youngest son, Maxwell, has autism. She has been married for 36 years to her husband, Art, and has three children: Archer (married to Virginia, and they have two daughters: Townshend and Berrigan), Riley (married to Titus, and they have one child: Huff), and Maxwell (who won’t be getting married but will be keeping Dr. Bane and her husband company for years to come). She considers her family her greatest accomplishment.

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