Dr. Callie Meeks is a native of South Carolina. She was raised in Edgefield, SC, where she enjoyed cheerleading, basketball and working on the local peach farm. She graduated from University of South Carolina Summa Cum Laude with a degree in biological sciences and medical humanities. She then attended medical school at the University Of South Carolina School Of Medicine. She remained in Columbia, SC and completed residency at Palmetto Health Richland Hospital in June 2016. Dr. Meeks was the Administrative Chief Resident during her senior year. She also served as an ACOG Junior Fellow for District IV.

Dr. Meeks is a Board Certified OBGYN. Her special interests include pediatric and adolescent gynecology, infertility evaluation, and sexual health and counseling. During her residency, she enjoyed participating in and promoting the SC Birth Outcome Initiative simulation workshops and spoke on a panel regarding Long Ac ting Reversible Contraceptives (LARCs) and preventing teen pregnancy in South Carolina. 

“Women’s health care has evolved dramatically over the last few years,” says Dr. Caroline Millan. “I believe that an important element in delivering quality care is being up-to-date on new developments in the care of females. I’m always looking for better treatment options for my patients. I believe that mutually engaged patient-physician relationship, plus the delivery of evidence-based medicine, will improve the health and quality of life of my patients.”

Dr. Millan received a Bachelor’s degree in biology from Duke University, earned her medical degree from the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, and performed her residency at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, DC. Before becoming a partner in Island Women’s Care, Dr. Millan practiced in Myrtle Beach, Marion, SC, and Alexandria, VA.

Medicine seemed a natural path for her to pursue, says Dr. Millan. “Several members of my family are in the medical field and I was exposed to all aspects of medicine at an early age. My passion for women’s health issues developed during a clinical rotation in medical school.”

Women's Health Care in Pawleys Island

About Us

Dr. Gerber has been a GYN in the area for 19 years, after graduating from Jefferson Medical College and practicing in the Philadelphia area. Dr. Gerber has lived in Pawleys Island and is a member of Tidelands Health board of trustees and a winner of the South Carolina Hospital Association’s Blackmon Award for Patient Safety.

Additionally, Dr. Gerber is a member of the South Carolina Birth Outcomes Initiative of the SC Department of Health & Human Services, a team member that won “Baby Friendly” accreditation for Waccamaw and Georgetown Hospitals, and a member of the team that earned Childbirth Center of Excellence designation for Waccamaw Community Hospital (the first hospital in the state to obtain this distinction).

 In addition to providing full GYN care, Dr. Gerber will also offer esthetic care for her patients.

Dr. Gerber is NOT accepting new patients.

​​Island Women's Care

Call Us:  843-235-1222

Island Women's Care's in Pawleys Island has this mission:  to provide personalized, high-quality Gynecological health care for women through all stages of their lives. Each physician is a board-certified Gynecologist.

CAROLINE MILLAN, MD -- Board Certified Gynecologist

CHRISTINE GERBER, MD - Board Certified Gynecologist

And Introducing...

CALLIE MEEKS, MD - Board Certified Gynecologist