Dr. Lohr is a retired board-certified OB/GYN specialist who dedicated his career to serving patients as a provider at the Women’s Center of Lexington. Raised by a family of medical professionals, he earned his Doctor of Medicine at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he completed work in pathology and a residency in general surgery before specializing in obstetrics and gynecology. He completed aviation medicine training and served in the United States Marine Corps as a flight surgeon during the Vietnam War. In addition to his practice at the Women’s Center of Lexington, Dr. Lohr saw patients and served as a residency program instructor at Lexington Medical Center, winning several teaching awards. Over the course of his career, Dr. Lohr attended the births of more than 10,000 babies, and contributed to research on female urinary incontinence that he considers to be one of his greatest accomplishments. In 2021, he was presented the Order of the Long Leaf Pine Award, North Carolina’s highest civilian honor, in recognition of his career. He hopes to continue his work after retirement and looks forward to mentoring the next generation of medical residents.
Dr. Lohr was featured among a distinguished group of Marquis listees in the Wall Street Journal.