MD (CEO and Obstetrician/Gynecologist)
Fellowships: ACOG-American College Of Obstetrics and Gynecology
AAFP-American Academy of Family Physicians
Board Certification: Obstetrics and Gynecology & Family Practice
NP-C, OB/GYN Nurse Practitioner
Qualivia Cummings will works within the scope of the practice guidelines providing primary health care to women within the patient population including providing well-woman care (screening, evaluation, immunizations, preventative care), prenatal management, family planning, fertility, and gynecology, as well as care for episodic or chronic illnesses and sexually transmitted diseases.
MSN, FNP-BC, OB/GYN Nurse Practitioner
Chidinma Ogoh participates in a wide range of patient care, including the inpatient unit where she will take direct care of our patients, working side by side with our surgical residents. In addition, she will help our patients and referring physicians with access to our practice and with communication of medical information.
CNM, Certified Nurse Midwife
Christine Taylor, CNM, a Chicago native, relocated to Atlanta, Georgia in July 2014 to help establish a well known, natural midwifery service. After her B.sc in Nursing and 8 years of labor and delivery nursing, Christine pursued a M.sc and Midwifery degree and a certification as a Lactation Counselor. Christine has worked in a variety of settings, equipping her with the knowledge and skills required to provide safe and supportive out of hospital birth services. At a young age, she knew her career would involve caring for expectant mothers and babies. Christine has an innate passion for caring for women and provides highly intuitive care during natural laboring and birthing processes. She believes that pregnancy and birth are the most beautiful moments a woman can experience in one’s lifetime. Christine resides in Peachtree City, GA.
CNM, Certified Nurse Midwife
Ashley Marshal's journey to midwifery began with births of her own children who were all born into the hands of midwives. Shortly after the birth of her first son in 1999 she began attending births as a doula. As her passion for woman-centered care grew, she became a nurse working in a free-standing birth center. In 2010, shortly before the birth of her 6th child, Ashley graduated from Frontier School of Midwifery & FamilY Nursing with a Master's of Science in Nursing, with credentialing as a Certified Nurse-Midwife through the American Midwifery Certification Board. Ashley has extensive experience caring for women throughout their lifespan, practising in a range of settings including out-of-hospital, hospital and public health care settings. Ashley is honored to be part of the OB/Gyne for Natural Deliveries team providing full-scope mid-wifery care to women and their families.
CNM, Midwife Assistant
Victoria Gordon RN, MSN, CNM is originally from Atlanta, Georgia. She went to college at Georgia Perimeter College in Clarkston, Georgia where she received her ASN in Nursing. She eventually earned her BSN online from Chamberlain College of Nursing and in 2018 she earned her midwifery degree from Frontier Nursing University online. As a new CNM she has just under a year of experience in a high volume, primarily high-risk obstetric practice with an FQHC managing patients in both an inpatient and outpatient setting. She also has just over seven years of nursing experience with a focus on pediatrics including neonates in a variety of settings including nursing leadership and management. Victoria has a particular interest in preventative care, reproductive health and education for adolescents and especially enjoys working with teenaged mothers and first-time moms. Victoria currently resides in Valdosta, Georgia where she has developed a strong passion for improving access to care in rural Georgia and improving maternal and infant mortality/morbidity rates. She stays involved with the Georgia Perinatal Association, Health Mothers/Healthy Babies Coalition, The American College of Nurse Midwives and the Georgia Nurses Association. Her dream is to create a system in rural Georgia in collaboration with the Department of Health that utilizes independently practicing certified nurse midwives and certified professional midwives to provide pregnancy and interpregnancy care for women and families in the home and birthing center setting. In the future, Victoria plans to take an active role in the effort to develop initiatives and programs that target adolescent preventative health and reproductive education. Victoria aspires to participate in research and implementation of clinical guidelines and practices that reduce preterm birth rates (major impact on child health) and the maternal mortality rate, specifically as relates to cardiovascular incidents, especially here in her home state of Georgia.
(Executive Director and Doula)