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Dr. Lindsey Trefz is an otolaryngologist who specializes in comprehensive adult and pediatric ear, nose, and throat care in Monroe, NC. Her clinical interests include general ENT treatments, allergy care, chronic sinusitis, ear infection treatment, tonsils and adenoids, thyroid surgery, and voice and swallowing services.
After graduating from the University of Georgia with a bachelor’s degree in health promotion and her Master of Public Health, Dr. Trefz earned her medical degree from the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University. She later completed her residency at Augusta University’s Department of Otolaryngology.
Outside of the office, Dr. Trefz enjoys spending time with her husband and their dog and cheering on the Atlanta Braves.
Dr. Trefz practices in our Monroe (1632 East Roosevelt Boulevard, Monroe, NC) office. To make an appointment with her, you may do so online, through myCEENTAchart, or by calling 704-295-3000.
UndergraduateUniversity of Georgia, 2014
GraduateUniversity of Georgia, 2014
MedicalAugusta University, Medical College of Georgia, 2018
ResidencyAugusta University, Department of Otolaryngology, 2023
Lettie Pate Whitehead Scholarship, Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation, 2018
Betty B. Wray, MD Scholarship, Medical College of Georgia Scholarship Committee, 2017
Descendent Scholarship Recipient, Medical College of Georgia Alumni Association, 2016-2017
High Honors Graduate, University of Georgia Honors Program, 2014
Recognition Award for the Department of Health Promotion and Behavior, University of Georgia, 2014
Rotary Club Student Service Award for the College of Public Health, Athens-Clarke County, Georgia, 2014
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