Jessica Fuller-Hines, M.D.
Dr. Hines knew that she wanted to be a physician since she was a very small child. She chose Rehabilitation Medicine because she believes that this field represents her ideals. She believes that a doctor is someone who looks at the whole person, not just one part of the body, and does the best to not only add years to the patients’ lives, but life to their years. Dr. Hines completed her undergraduate education at Florida A&M University, medical school at Thomas Jefferson University, and residency training at Temple University Hospital, both in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (her former hometown). She enjoys performing appropriate injections and electrodiagnostic testing. Dr. Hines now calls Elizabeth City her home and is excited to work with anyone who wants to improve their quality of their life. She knows this will require working partnership with her patients and feels the rewards are well worth the effort.
Jessica H. Gorr, D.O., F.A.A.P.M.R.
Dr. Gorr chose PM&R for the diversity of the specialty and its emphasis on the “holistic approach” to patient care. As an Osteopath, she feels the best approach to health and well- being should be comprehensive and encompass life- style changes and mind- body connection. Dr. Gorr graduated from Temple University with a B.S. in Biology, received her Master of Science and Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degrees from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. She completed her Residency in PM&R at Temple University Hospital, like Dr. Hines. Dr. Gorr is Board Certified in PM&R and specializes in spine diseases, sports medicine and electrodiagnostic studies. She also participates in Worker’s Compensation. Dr. Gorr lives in the Outer Banks and hopes to have a satellite office near her home in the future. She looks forward to helping her patients achieve their functional goals and manage their disability as best they can.