Obstetrics & Gynecology Faculty Providers
(Alphabetical Listing in three areas: Ob/Gyn, Research and RMCHP)

Obstetrics and Gynecology (Ob/Gyn) Faculty Providers

OBGYN Providers

Baumler, Elizabeth

 
Elizabeth Baumler PHD
RESEARCH
Associate Professor

Berenson, Abbey

 
Abbey Berenson MD, PhD
CLINICAL | RESEARCH
Professor
Director of UTMB Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Women's Health

Callender, Tonya


Tonya Callender DNP, FNP
clinical
Women's Healthcare Specialist

Clark, Shannon

 
Shannon Clark, MD
Clinical | Research 
Professor
Associate Program Director of OB/Gyn Residency Program

Clifford, Corey

 
Corey Clifford DO
clinical | research
Assistant Professor

Cochrane, Chelsea


Chelsea Cochrane PA-C, MPAS
Clinical
Physicians Assistant

Fulcher, Perry

 
Perry Fulcher MD
CLINICAL RESEARCH
Associate Professor
Director of Obstetrics & Gynecology

Gordon, Yvette

 
Yvette Gordon MD
CLINICAL
Assistant Professor

Green, Samantha

 
Samantha Green FNP-C
Clinical
Women's Healthcare Specialist

 

Halder, Gabriela

 
Gabriela Halder MD
Clinical | Research
Assistant Professor
Associate Program Director for FPMRS Fellowship

Hankins Gary


Gary Hankins, MD 
Professor Emeritus

Harirah, Hassan

 
Hassan Harirah MD
CLINICAL | RESEARCH
Professor
Director of OB/Gyn Residency Program

Hossain, Amjad

Hossain
Amjad Hossain PhD
 RESEARCH

Professor

Jackson, Elisha

 
Elisha Jackson MD
Clinical | Research
Assistant Professor

Jain, Sangeeta

 
Sangeeta Jain, MD
CLINICAL | RESEARCH
Associate Professor
Director of OB/Gyn Clerkship

Johnson, Jordyn

 
Jordyn Johnson PA
Clinical
Women's Healthcare Specialist

Kammala, Ananth Kumar

ANANTH
Ananth Kumar Kammala PHD
RESEARCH
Assistant Professor

Keeling, Katy


Katy Keeling PA-C, MPAS
Clinical
Physicians Assistant

Kilic, Gokhan

 
Gokhan Sami Kilic MD 

CLINICAL | RESEARCH
Professor
Division Director Gynecology, Urogynecology and MIGS
Director of Urogynecology and MIGS 
Director of FPMRS Fellowship

Medina, Cindy

 
Cindy Medina WHNP-BC, MSN
Clinical
Women's Healthcare Specialist

 

Milburn, Ricshonda

 
Ricshonda Milburn DNP, WHCNP-BC
CLINICAL
Women's Healthcare Specialist
Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery (FPMRS) Fellowship

 

Ney, Ragina

 
Regina Ney WHNP
Clinical
Women's Healthcare Specialist

Nguyen, Troung

Jerome <p style=
Troung Nguyen MD
CLINICAL  
Assistant Professor


Olson, Gale

 
Gayle Olson MD
CLINICAL | RESEARCH
Professor
Director of OB/Gyn MFM Fellowship

Omere, Chasey

 
Chasey Ikuvbogie Omere, MD
clinical | research
Assistant Professor

Pacheco, Luis

 
Luis D. Pacheco, MD
clinical | research
Professor

Pantoja, Otto

 
Otto Pantoja MD
Clinical | Research
Assistant Professor

Patel, Parin

 
Parin Patel MD
CLINICAL
Assistant Professor
Assistant Clerkship Director of OB/Gyn

Pedraza, Dora

 
Dora Pedraza FNP-C
Clinical
Women's Healthcare Specialist

 

Ramondetta, Lois

 
Lois Ramondetta MD
CLINICAL
Clinical Assistant Professor
UTMB Health & MD Anderson

Richardson, Gwyn

 
Gwyn Richardson MD
CLINICAL | RESEARCH
Associate Professor 
Assistant Director of UTMB OB/Gyn Residency Program

Rodriguez, Ana


Ana Rodriguez MD, MPH
Clinical | Research
Associate Professor

 

Saad, Antonio


Antonio Saad MD
CLINICAL | RESEARCH
Associate Professor
Associate Program Directory of OB/Gyn MFM Fellowship

Saade, George


George Saade, MD
CLINICAL | RESEARCH
Professor
Division Director of Maternal-Fetal Medicine
Director of Perinatal Research Division

Snyder, Russel


Russell Snyder, MD 
CLINICAL | Research
Associate Professor
Vice Chair of OB/Gyn
Medical Director of RMCHP

Stone, Amanda

 
Amanda Stone NP
BIO
Women's Healthcare Specialist

Temple, Jeff


Jeff Temple PhD
CLINICAL | RESEARCH
Professor
Director of Women's Behavioral Health and Research
Director of Center for Violence Prevention

Villarreal, Lucy

 
Lucy Villarreal MD
Clinical 
Clinical Assistant Professor

Villarreal, Sarah

 
Sarah Villarreal MD
CLINICAL | RESEARCH
Assistant Professor
Associate Program Director OB/Gyn Residency Program
Assistant Director of OB/Gyn Clerkship 

Vincent, Kathleen

 
Kathleen Vincent MD
Clinical | Research
Professor

Yaklic, Jerome

Jerome Yaklic
Jerome Yaklic, MD
CLINICAL | RESEARCH |CREDENTIALS
Professor
Chair for Obstetrics and Gynecology

Yatsko, Marchelle

 
Marchelle Yatsko PA
Clinical Specialist

Researchers

OBGYN Researchers

  • Ahmed, Mahmoud S.

    MAhmedMahmoud S. Ahmed, PhD 
    Professor
    Obstetrics and Gynecology

    The goal of our research program is to make more of the current medications available for treatment of the pregnant patient. This goal is achieved by two major projects namely, clinical and translational. The clinical is to determine the pharmacokinetics of the medication during pregnancy. The translational is to understand the role of human placenta in regulating fetal exposure to the medication throughout gestation.   Research

  • Baumler, Elizabeth
    Guillot-Wright

    Elizabeth Baumler PhD
    Associate Professor
    Obstetrics and Gynecology

    Our research focuses on adolescent health and interpersonal relationships, with a particular emphasis on adolescent relationship abuse.  
    Research
  • Berenson, Abbey
    BioABerenson2

    Abbey Berenson MD, PhD
    Professor
    Obstetrics and Gynecology

    Our research has focused over the past 25 years on a variety of issues related to women’s health across the lifespan. Currently, we are focusing on issues related to cancer prevention and family planning.  Research
  • Chen, Lu
    Moralez

    Lu Chen MPH
    Biostatistician
    Obstetrics and Gynecology

    Lu Chen obtained her master’s degree in Public Health - Biostatistics from The Ohio State University in 2017.  She has been working as a biostatistician in academia ever since.  Lu joined the School‐Based Human Papillomavirus Vaccination Program in 2020. As a biostatistician, her main duties include data quality control and cleaning based on designed procedures, analyzing data using appropriate statistical methods, creating tables and figures for reports and manuscripts.

  • Clark, Shannon
    Clark

    Shannon M. Clark MD
    Professor
    Obstetrics and Gynecology

    I am the primary investigator for The Obstetric-Fetal Pharmacology Research Center (OPRC) Network, sponsored by the NICHD and focuses on pharmacologic outcomes in pregnant women. I am interested in maternal disease, fetal abnormalities and pharmacology in pregnancy.   Research
  • Garces, Nadia
    Nadia Garces

    Nadia Garces MA
    Research Coordinator
    Obstetrics and Gynecology

    Nadia was born and raised in the Rio Grande Valley. She has a degree of Medical Assistant and 15 years of experience with nonprofits, and three years working with our school-based program. Helping others in the community is her passion and calling. As a research coordinator, she works closely with the team to make sure we are successfully implementing strategies for our CPRIT project, “School-Based Human Papillomavirus Vaccine Program.” Nadia works with school nurses, parent educators, and principals from the Middle School that she oversees and vendor (Pro-Care) coordinating monthly vaccine clinics. She is responsible for data collection, data input, documenting the students who started the first dose or finished the second and third doses of their mandatory vaccines and HPV. Nadia also works on parent education and helps the Project Manager with Spanish presentations for parents. In addition, she assists the Program Director, coordinates events, and creates flyers for the school nurses and staff in charge of the school website to have that information ready for parents. Nadia is also responsible for record reconciliation and making phone calls to parents of students pending vaccines to verify whether they are up to date and give them information about vaccines and our upcoming events.

  • Guo, Fangjian

    Fangjian Guo MD, PhD
    Assistant Professor

    RESEARCH
  • J. Montealegre
    J. Montealegre

    Jane Montealegre, PhD
    Assistant Professor
    Pediatrics

    Jane Montealegre, PhD is a Behavioral Epidemiologist in Baylor College of Medicine with research interests in health disparities, access to and utilization of preventive healthcare services among immigrants and racial/ethnic minorities, and epidemiological methods to access hard-to-reach populations.

  • K. Schmeler
    K. Schmeler

    Kathleen Schmeler, MD
    Professor
    Gynecologic Oncology and Reproductive Medicine

    Kathleen Schmeler, MD is a Professor in the Department of Gynecologic Oncology and Reproductive Medicine at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center and the Chief of Service, ad interim, of the Gynecologic Oncology service at our partner public institution, Lyndon B. Johnson (LBJ) Hospital.

  • Kammala, Ananth


    Ananth Kumar Kammala PHD
    Assistant Professor
    Obstetrics and Gynecology

    My interest in research began as an undergraduate student in Pharmaceutical sciences while in the pharmacology lab recording smooth muscle contractions. However, it was not until I started my master’s in pharmacology that the desire to understand the basic mechanisms of drug actions and different phases of drug development took off. My passion was to establish pharmacokinetic parameters of ayurvedic formulations of the Indian system of medicine. Later, I had an opportunity with Traditional Chinese medicine at Hong Kong Baptist University. I have worked in Immunology to understand the mechanism of mast cells responses in Anaphylaxis and Allergic asthma at Michigan State University. Dr. Menon's Lab provided me with an amazing opportunity to establish the pharmacokinetic parameters for the exosomes which is a novel drug delivery system to treat preterm birth delivery. This research will allow for a better understanding of novel drug therapeutics which crosses the blood-brain barrier or blood-placenta barrier and provide the foundation for the development of novel therapies for preterm birth.

    BIO  |  RESEARCH

  • Lincoln, Maria
    Maria Lincoln

    Maria Lincoln MED
    Research Coordinator
    Obstetrics and Gynecology

    Maria F. Lincoln is the Research Coordinator for the School-Based Human Papilloma Virus program from the Rio Grande Valley. She has been part of this program and University for more than two years. Maria has a major in Communication Sciences and Disorders and a minor in Psychology from Texas A&M University- Kingsville, and a Master of Education in Special Education from The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. As a research coordinator, she works closely with the team to ensure we are doing a great job implementing strategies for our CPRIT project, “School-Based Human Papillomavirus Vaccine Program”. Maria works with school nurses, parent educators, and principals from the Middle School that she oversees and vendor (Pro-Care) when it comes to coordinating monthly vaccine clinics. She is responsible for data collection, data input, documenting of students who started the first dose or finished the second and third doses of their mandatory vaccines and HPV. Maria also works on parent education and helps the Project Manager with Spanish presentations for parents. In addition, she assists the Program Director with data entry for the team’s daily activity tracking sheets, coordinates events, creates flyers for the school nurses and staff, and is in charge of the school website so that they can have that information ready for parents. Maria is responsible for record reconciliation and making phone calls to parents of students’ pending vaccines to verify if they are up to date if not, and to give them information about vaccines and our events.

  • Maria Jibaja
    Maria Jibaja

    Maria Jibaja-Weiss, M.Ed, E.dD
    Director
    Office of Outreach and Health Disparities

    Maria Jibaja-Weiss, M.Ed, E.dD is the Director Office of Outreach and Health Disparities at Baylor College of Medicine, Dan L Duncan Cancer Center.

  • Menon, Ramkumar
    menon

    Ramkumar Menon, PhD
    Professor
    Obstetrics and Gynecology

    Various projects in my lab are designed to understand the pathobiology of preterm birth. We study mechanism of fetal tissue aging, feto-maternal cell signaling using state of the art organ-on-chip technology and intercellular communication by extracellular vesicles (EVs). We are also conducting preclinical trials to reduce preterm birth risk using drugs delivered using EVs.  Research
  • Moralez, Jesus
    Jesus Moralez

    Jesus Moralez, MPH
    Compliance Manager
    Obstetrics and Gynecology

    Jesus Moralez has 7 years of public health experience in areas of chronic disease and disease prevention. He is a Texas A&M University alumnus with a master’s degree in Public Health. His academic interests include research in effective methods for chronic disease prevention and behavioral health promotion. As the compliance manager, Jesus assists with preparing forms for submission to the Institutional Review Board (IRB) and keeping up with regulatory IRB and school board requirements related to the program at all school districts involved with this proposal. He assists our Regional Research Manager with the preparation of quarterly and annual reports as per funding requirements. He serves as a liaison between partner organizations for the transference and the subsequent cleaning, management, and pooling of data. He participates in team meetings and prepares data for progress reports and publications. He also assists with the preparation of flyers and other educational materials for distribution at educational/vaccination events. Jesus helps implement quality improvement activities. He assists the Project Manager full-time with the dissemination and implementation of the project at the different middle schools described in this project. Jesus schedules meetings, educational sessions, and vaccination events; recruits and provides a follow-up with students, conducts investigations, and makes process recommendations for the six school districts. He helps with project tasks, including project coordination and completing study-related data collection and documentation, e.g., policies and procedures for team members.

  • Nanovskaya, Tatiana
    T_Nanovskaya

    Tatiana Nanovskaya PhD
    Associate Professor
    Obstetrics and Gynecology

    Our goals for the investigation is to examine preliminary safety and efficacy of bupropion sustained release (SR) to help pregnant women stop smoking. We are determining whether bupropion SR reduces cigarette craving and withdrawal symptoms during pregnancy. This research is necessary for development of medications to treat pregnant smokers. Research
  • Olson, Gayle
    Olson

    Gayle Olson MD
    Professor
    Obstetrics and Gynecology

  • Pacheco, Luis D.

    Luis D. Pacheco Md
    Professor
    Obstetrics and Gynecology



    CLINICAL RESEARCH

  • Quintanilla, Martin
    Martin Quintanilla

    Martin Quintanilla
    Data Coordinator
    Obstetrics and Gynecology

    Martin Quintanilla has a bachelor’s in Health Medical Management. He is the new Data coordinator for the RGV team, based out of Galveston. His duties consist of reconciling the students’ records who have had vaccines into the system and ensuring we have the correct and most updated information on each record. He also assists in helping with the teams’ goal to help vaccinate the students and keep them up to date. He helps assist the Project’s team by working at the school districts. He helps the Project Manager with the dissemination and implementation of the Project at the different middle schools. Martin is responsible for scheduling meetings, educational sessions, and events, recruiting and follow-up with students, conducting investigations and making process recommendations for the school districts. Additionally, he helps with project tasks, including project coordination and completing study-related data collection and documentation, e.g., policies and procedures for team members.

  • Richard Rupp
    Richard Rupp

    Richard Rupp, MD
    Professor
    Pediatrics

    Richard Rupp, MD is a Professor in the Department of Pediatrics and Director of the Division of Adolescent and Behavioral Health. He is also the Director of Clinical Trials Program for UTMB’s Sealy Institute for Vaccine Sciences and serves as Medical Director of Teen Health Center, Inc. (school‐based clinics providing quality, affordable medical and mental health care for ages 0–21 years).

  • Richardson, Lauren
    Lauren Richardson

    Lauren Richardson, PhD
    Assistant Professor
    Obstetrics and Gynecology

    My research focuses on bridging the gap between bench-to-bedside research by merging advanced engineering and biology concepts. The goal of my research is twofold. One, to utilize microfluidic devices to collect underutilized biological fluids for biomarker screening, and two, to develop novel organ-on-chip devices that physiologically recreate in utero organs and organ systems. These devices are primed to replace traditional research approaches, limit animal models for research, and speed up preclinical experiments to get the drugs to clinical trials at a much faster pace.
      Research

  • Rivera, Iris

    RodriquezIris Rivera
    Research Coordinator

    Obstetrics and GynecologyIris Rivera is our Research Coordinator and administrative support. She has been working with the program since 2018 in the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology at UTMB. She graduated from Ashford University with a Bachelor of Arts in Marketing and Public Relations. Under the Program Director, she assists the Research Program Manager and Compliance Manager, as well as the rest of the team members. She ensures the team has all the necessary tools to collaborate in the program and remain in compliance with all IRB’s requirements.

  • Rodriguez, Ana M.
    Rodriquez

    Ana M. Rodriguez MD, MPH
    Associate Professor
    Obstetrics and Gynecology

    Dr. Rodriguez is currently a tenured Associate Professor in the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Division of Gynecology, and Section of Minimally Invasive Gynecology & Research and a Public Health Practitioner. In addition to significant clinical and educational contributions to our institution and upholding a busy clinical and surgical practice, she is making meaningful contributions in the area of gynecological cancer prevention. Specifically, her research and clinical practice focus on the prevention and treatment of pre-cancerous cervical lesions due to the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) and endometrial cancer precursors. Her emerging leadership in gynecological cancer prevention, particularly HPV-related diseases and cancer, along with the study of health disparities, is highlighted by her current efforts in developing and implementing HPV vaccination programs serving predominantly high-risk populations in Texas. Dr. Rodriguez is the Program Director of the “School‐Based Human Papillomavirus Vaccination Program in the Rio Grande Valley” initially implemented in Starr County in 2016. At least 1,896 students were vaccinated against HPV through the initial school-based program. To date, this model is expanding into other counties in the Rio Grande Valley (RGV), including Jim Hogg, Zapata, Starr, and Hidalgo. This is the first school-based HPV vaccination program in the RGV area and one of the first in Texas targeting the recommended age group for HPV vaccination and including both females and males. In addition, Dr. Rodriguez is a collaborator of the project “Improving Cervical Cancer Screening and Prevention in the Lower Rio Grande Valley through Public Outreach, Patient Navigation, and Telementoring.” She also co‐directs the teleECHO clinics for this project.

    Dr. Rodriguez, well-funded research portfolio includes grants from the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT), National Institutes of Health/National Institute on Aging, in addition to grants from UTMB’s Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, the Raul Tijerina, Jr. Foundation and MD Anderson’s HPV Vaccination Initiative.

    Dr. Rodriguez is a member of many national and international scientific societies and professional organizations, including the American Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology, American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists, International Papillomavirus Society, and International Gynecologic Cancer Society. She is also a member of the Sealy Institute for Vaccine Sciences at UTMB, which is part of the World Health Organization Collaborating Center (WHO CC) for vaccine research, evaluation, and training. Research

  • Rytting, Erik
    Dr Rytting

    Erik Rytting PhD
    Associate Professor
    Obstetrics and Gynecology

    Our research seeks to improve therapeutic options when medication must be administered during pregnancy.  This includes understanding drug transfer across the placenta, pharmacokinetic studies to predict appropriate doses, and the development of nanomedicine for targeted drug delivery.  Research
  • Saad, Tony
    Saad

    Tony Saad Md
    Associate professor
    Obstetrics and Gynecology

  • Saade, George
    Saade

    George Saade, MD PhD
    Professor
    Obstetrics and Gynecology

    Our research focus is on how pregnancy affects long-term health for the mother and the child. I am also involved in multi-center clinical trials that test various interventions to improve pregnancy outcomes.   Research
  • Taylor, Brandie DePaoli

    Brandie DePaoli Taylor PHD
    Associate Professor

    Our research is focused on understanding the interplay between placental microvesicles, the maternal immune system and preeclampsia.  Our goal is to incorporate biomarker data in epidemiologic investigations to improve preeclampsia subtype discrimination. In addition, we conduct research focused on the impact of common sexually transmitted infections such as Chlamydia trachomatis and Mycoplasma genitalium on pregnancy loss and adverse pregnancy outcomes.  RESEARCH

  • Temple, Jeff
    Temple

    Jeffrey Temple PhD
    Professor
    Obstetrics and Gynecology

    Our research focuses on adolescent health and interpersonal relationships, with a particular emphasis on adolescent relationship abuse. He is the PI on Dating It Safe, which is one of the longest-running studies to explicitly investigate the development and risk and protective factors of teen dating violence. Using data from his ongoing study, Dr. Temple is also developing, adapting, and testing school-based healthy relationship curriculum.   Research
  • Tijerina, Iris
    Tijerina, Iris L.

    Iris Tijerina, MPH
    Regional Research Program Manager
    Obstetrics and Gynecology

    Iris L. Tijerina, MPH is our Regional Research Program Manager in the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology at UTMB. She has 7 years of experience in research, public health, and a concentration on Health Promotion and Community Health Science. She graduated from Texas A&M University with a Master’s in Public Health. She works with the Program Director, Compliance Manager, and project team members. She oversees all data collection and participates in program implementation and evaluation activities for six school districts. She participates in team meetings and submits data for progress reports and publications. Iris handles issues with scheduling outreach activities for educational sessions and determining students’ eligibility for HPV vaccination and follow-up. She reviews vaccination data and helps schedule and/or navigates appointments for students to complete HPV vaccination. Iris also oversees the activities at the 16 middle schools in six school districts across four counties in the RGV with an estimated current enrollment of 11,162 students. In her role, she develops research strategies, design methods for evaluating the effectiveness of the projects, oversees coordinators’ tasks, and is responsible for research, planning, and implementing new approaches to reach goals and objectives.

  • Vincent, Kathleen
    Vincent

    Kathleen Vincent, MD
    Professor
    Obstetrics and Gynecology

    Our research focuses on application of biomedical engineering technologies to women’s health research.  I utilize imaging from the cellular level to whole body imaging for the study of maternal-fetal health, obesity, benign gynecologic disorders, bacterial vaginosis, and vaginal drug delivery.  Additionally, I collaborate with women’s health researchers to bring novel technologies into their field of research.   Research
  • Wang, Xiao-Ming
    Dr Wang

    Xiao-ming wang PhD, MS
    Assistant Professor
    Obstetrics and Gynecology

    Our research seeks to improve therapeutic options when medication must be administered during pregnancy. This includes understanding drug transfer across the placenta, pharmacokinetic studies to predict appropriate doses, and the development of nanomedicine for targeted drug delivery.  Research
  • Wood, Leila
    Wood

    Leila Wood PhD 
    Associate Professor
    Obstetrics and Gynecology

    Our research focuses on adolescent health and interpersonal relationships, with a particular emphasis on adolescent relationship abuse.
    RESEARCH
  • Yong-fang Kuo
    Kuo, Yong-fang

    Yong-fang Kuo, PhD
    Professor and Director
    Office of Biostatistics

    Yong-fang Kuo, PhD is a Professor of Biostatistics in the Department of Preventive Medicine and Community Health and Director of Office Biostatistics. She has broad experience in studying healthcare utilization, healthcare delivery systems, and health outcomes.

  • Zhang, Yuanyi
    Zhang

    Yuanyi Zhang PHD
    Biostatistician
    Obstetrics and Gynecology

    Yuanyi Zhang is a biostatistician in the Office of Biostatistics at UTMB. He graduated from UT Dallas with a PhD in computer science. He has more than 10 years of experience in database development and management,  data warehouse design and development, cloud computing, public health, and concentration on health education, promotion, and prevention (especially for rural, underserved, and underrepresented populations). He works together with the field team and the data management team on the implementation of an ETL-based data warehouse with data collection interfaces, data pipeline with ETL (Extract, Transform and Load) functions, automated quality control processes, and standardized reporting tools by using SQL Server, Redcap, ASP.NET, and Python, etc. The data warehouse serves as the data management solution for the program with security controls and regulatory compliances.

Regional Maternal and Child Health Program (RMCPH)

OBGYN Providers

Akinsipe, Damilola

 
Damilola Akinsipe DNP, WHNP-BC
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Bowman, Teresa

 
Teresa Bowman  WHNP-BC, MSN
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health
Clinic Director

 

Bridges, Sandra

 
Sandra Bridges WHCNP
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Budge, Marcia

 
Marcia Budge FNP-C, PNP
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Cole, Sheila

 
Sheila Cole FNP-BC, MSN
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Corvera-Cyrus, Adriana

 
Adriana Corvera-Cyrus FNP-C, MSN
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Cushman, Donalee

 
Donalee Cushman CNM, MSN
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Dobbs, Laura

 
Laura Dobbs CNM, WHNP-BC, MSN
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Dodd, Joe

 
Joe Dodd FNP-C,
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Dunahoe, Cynthia

 
Cynthia Dunahoe WHNP-BC
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Elliott, Lisa

 
Lisa Elliott WHCNP, MSN
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Engle, Kelly

 
Kelly Engle FNP, MSN
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Garcia, Christina

 
Christina Garcia FNP-C, MSN
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Garcia, Christina P

 
Christina P Garcia WHNP
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Guerra, Myra

 
Myra Guerra PA-C
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Hernandez, Monica

 
Monica Hernandez FNP-C
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Hernandez, Nancy

 
Nancy Hernandez FNP-C, MSN
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health
Clinic Director

 

Hicks, Pam

 
Pamela Hicks CNM, MSN
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Johnson, Asia

 
Asia Johnson FNP-C, MSN
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Johnson, Jordyn

 
Jordyn Johnson PA
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Joy, Latha

 
Latha Joy FNP, MSN
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Karner, Jennifer

 
Jennifer Karner DNP, WHCNP, MSN
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health
Clinic Director

 

Kroon, Gabrielle

 
Gabrielle Kroon PA-C
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Lam, Swarna

 
Swarna Lam FNP, MSN
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Langford, Mellerie

 
Mellerie Langford WHNP-BC
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Lindsey-Trout, Erin

 
Erin Lindsey-Trout, CNM, MSN
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Lloyd, Elana

 
Elana Lloyd FNP-BC, MSN
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Marshall, Monica

 
Monica Marshall PA-C,  MPAS
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Moff, Kathryn

 
Kathryn Moff FNP-C, MSN
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Nguyen-Ruxton, Kim

 
Kim Nguyen-Ruxton FNP-C, MSN
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Nolasco, Marianna

 
Marianna Nolasco, FNP-C
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Patawaran, Maria

 
Maria Patawaran DNP, WHNP-BC, MSN
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health,
Administrative Director of Regional Maternal & Child Health Program

 

Peveto, Tracy

 
Tracy Peveto NP-C, MSN
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Pickhardt, Brenda

 
Brenda Pickhardt CNM, MSN
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Preece, Ruth

 
Ruth Preece WHNP-BC, MSN
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Price, Emily

 
Emily Price FNP-C, MSN
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Ruda, Natasha

 
Natasha Ruda PA-C, MS
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Sarvaunt, Shauntrell

 
Shauntrell Sarvaunt DNP, FNP-C
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health
Clinic Director

 

Sharp, Debra

 
Debra Sharp CNM, MSN
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Smith, Kathy

 
Kathy Smith FNP-C, MSN
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Soulsby-Monroy, Ruth

 
Ruth Soulsby-Monroy CNM, FNP, MSN
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Steele, Roshunda

 
Roshunda Steele DNP, FNP-C, MSN
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health
Clinic Director

 

Svoboda, Jacquelyn

 
Jacquelyn Svoboda WHNP
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Toriola, Bolanle

 
Bolanle Toriola FNP-C, MSN
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Walker, Jennifer

 
Jennifer Walker FNP-C, MSN
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Washington, Tomeka

 
Tomeka Washington WHNP-BC, MSN
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Williams, Emily

 
Emily Williams FNP-C, MSN
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Williams, Karen

 
Karen Williams, PA-C
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Woods-Modeland, Vickie

 
Vickie Woods-Modeland PNP, MSN
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health

 

Wurzlow, Kathleen

 
Kathleen Wurzlow WHNP
Clinical
Maternal and Child Specialist - Women's Health