Board Certified Physician | Internal Medicine | Bestselling Author

In White Coat Secrets, Dr. Mabry-Height, also known as “Dr. Vickie MD” shares an extraordinary personal account of her career spanning over 30 years in medicine. From humble beginnings, her childhood spans both growing up in the Jim Crow cotton fields of North Carolina and surviving the inner city ghettos of Brooklyn, New York. In the face of tough circumstances, she persevered to reach the top epsilons of the medical field as both a practitioner and entrepreneur. Exposed are the untold secrets of hidden opportunities as well as candid truths about racism, sexism, health disparities, and injustices that still plague the medical field today. Along her journey, she also details her passion for giving back to the community and helping improve care for patients around the globe. Her story is empowering as well as a “real” account from perspective rarely shared as female doctor of color. White Coat Secrets is a must read for anyone looking to be empowered to achieve their dreams beyond their circumstances. Furthermore, the book is filled with wisdom and real life encounters that shine a light on both the good and the bad in a career in medicine; simply invaluable for aspiring healthcare practitioners. Be Empowered to Transform your Dreams into Reality, Page by Page. Check out for more information.

Vickie Y. Mabry-Height, M.D., M.P.H., F.A.C.P.,“COL” a board certified physician practicing for over three decades, shares an extraordinarily personal story about her journey from the Jim Crow South’s cotton fields, pursuing her dream of becoming a doctor, despite the pervasive racism, sexism and injustice that still plague the healthcare system.
Get your copy today: White Coat Secrets: Still Standing: A Doctor’s Story by Vickie Y. Mabry-Height, M.D., M.P.H., F.A.C.P.,“COL”

Here’s What Other’s Are Saying!
“I thoroughly enjoyed reading the book and did so in 1 seating. It brought back memories some good and some bad since I am also a medical doctor. This book should be read by all aspiring doctors so they know what to expect. It inspires and teaches you about perseverance.”