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The staff and nurses at Peachtree Women's Clinic's Cumming location provide exemplary care for our patients.
11975 Morris Road, Suite 300
Alpharetta, GA 30005
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The staff and nurses at Peachtree Women's Clinic's Cumming location provide exemplary care for our patients.
1505 Northside Blvd, Suite 2400
Cumming, Georgia 30041
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The staff and nurses at Peachtree Women's Clinic's Northside Drive location in Atlanta provide exemplary care for our patients.
5780 Peachtree Dunwoody Rd,
Atlanta, GA 30342
Dr. Jo is an outstanding physician... very compassionate, knowledgeable, and skilled. I have been a patient for 6 years and have been through a variety of experiences with her, from standard annual visits to miscarriages, emergency surgery, and finally the birth of my son. She handled every situation with such confidence and support that I knew everything would turn out fine. I would highly recommend Dr. Jo to anyone.
Ok, wow. Plus one star for their lab-- truly awesome.
I parked my car, checked in downstairs, went up to the office, got my labwork done, and was back at the parking gate in 17 minutes. This must be a record.
Plus, the woman who works in the lab is an absolute DOLLFACE. Seriously, she can pump blood out of my veins any time-- it was seriously a pleasure!
I called up my OB / GYN's office recently because I needed an emergency visit - just feeling a little off, and rather than wait over the weekend to see if things got better, I was smart and took immediate action.
Less than 30 minutes after I called and left a message with my doctor's nurse, she called me back, I explained my symptoms and she said she could work me in that very afternoon at 1:30 to see the doctor on duty - they'd "work me into the schedule." Wow! I wasn't expecting to get a same day appointment at all - that's unheard of in the medical world!
So I arrived 15 minutes early, breezed through the insurance check in (another astounding feat), and was then whisked quickly through the waiting room to have my vitals and stats taken. No sitting reading magazine 15 years past their expiration dates for an hour before even getting to the exam room. And literally a half hour after I'd entered the building the on-call doctor walked into my room - very friendly and personable, listened to my explanation of what was amiss, poked me here and there, gave me a wide spectrum antibiotics prescription and told me to call immediately if I started to feel worse. She also promised to call me back the following Monday with my lab results no matter what the diagnosis was and check to see how I was doing.
Wow! A doctor with a stunning bedside manner (Dr. Brogan for anyone who's looking for a new OB / GYN), and true concern about getting me on the mend as fast as possible. By 2:05 PM, I was back in my car and heading out of the parking lot, antibiotic prescription in hand and mind more at ease.
That was by far the most painless doctor's visit I've ever had, and I won't dread going back for my annual physical in a few months at all. Kudos Peachtree Women's Clinic!
I can only talk about my Dr. I have been going to Peachtree Women's Clinic for almost four years. I have always seen Dr. McDaniels. I found this clinic when I was pregnant with my first child I was relatively young at only 24 and unmarried. Yes they gave me talks about safe sex and tested for STDs but this is what I feel a responsible ob/gyn should do for everyone he sees. This is a scary time we live in and too many things can be caught education is the best defense.
I am now pregnant with my second daughter I am also married (to both my childrens father) and I feel the treatment from all the staff has not been any better this time around just because I am late 20s and married. They are just good people who seem to care no matter who you are.
As for nurse midwives delivering the babies this is true unless there is a complication however they do make you have appointments with different midwives around the practice so you have a good chance of meeting who will deliver your baby. Additionally I will say this second time around I have had so concerning complications but my dr has been on top of every one and never once treated me as if I were a hypochondriac and I find that is very rare to find in any Dr. Let alone an ob/ gyn.
So in short if you want quality health care with staff and dr. Who really do seem to care about their patience this is the practice for you.... If you want to know the name of every staff member you come in contact with you might want to shop around.
Excellent Service. This is a GREAT OB/GYN. I was with another GYN with my first child which caused a lot of stress and caused me to have Hypertension. I switched to Peachtree Women's Clinic in Cumming and Alpharetta Office and the process was stress free.
Everyone is so nice and friendly. Upon delivery time I had some complications but my doctor sit down beside me and gave me a sense of peace. Both me and my baby are healhty and happy. Two years later I am expecting my second child and I can not think of any other GYN to even consider going to.
Regarding my past complications my same doctor who delivered my baby girl is taking pre cautionary actions to prevent the same complications from happening again. He truly care about us.
My only con is that in the alpharetta office you have to register in another office before even going to the actual doctors office and they don't call to remind you of your appointment.
I have been looking for a gynecologist like Dr. Middleton ever since I moved to Atlanta. She was in tune with what I needed from the moment we met and understood my financial situation as a self-pay patient-she was so helpful in that regard.
Moreover, my appointment was at 10:15am, I was driving away by 11:00am, and I still felt I had gotten every bit of the attention I needed. To me that is a sign of a very professional, highly organized office.
You can also fill out your patient information online, which speeds up the time you spend at their office.
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I had a very disappointing prenatal experience at my long time Ob/Gyn so I was looking for a new practice and had decided on Dr. Middleton per many referrals from friends and made my 16 week appointment with her. Unfortunately, I was diagnosed in the ER one Sunday night as having had a missed miscarriage. The ER referred me to this practice to be seen the next day since I was in need of further medical attention. The office was on top of everything.
THEY called me the next morning to set up an appointment, they tolerated, with kindness, the exceedingly drawn out phone call since I started crying and couldn't stop. I was impressed from the get-go. I saw Dr. Howard that day at the Alpharetta location. He was kind.. He answered all my questions patiently. And on such a difficult day, I appreciated the patience he exhibited. I had to come back on Weds for my pre-op appointment and I was scheduled with Dr. Jo. Her bedside manner and her overall professional, caring attitude made my horrible situation tolerable. I've heard other stories of miscarriages and surgeries and am so thankful to have fallen onto Dr. Jo's schedule.
The Alpharetta clinic is very chaotic and I prefer to be seen in Cumming for that reason. Everyone that I have encountered in both locations have been kind, professional and accessible.
Peachtree Women’s Clinic offers full time patient care at Northside’s Atlanta location. A doctor and midwife are available 24 hours a day! At our Forsyth location we also have full coverage through our partnership with Atlanta Women’s Health Group.
Your care and safety are our most important concern and this system allows you to deliver at either facility, close to your home and family!
Dr. Garcia has been practicing at the Peachtree Women’s Clinic for more than 30 years, and he truly appreciates and loves every day in this practice. Born and raised in Puerto Rico, he is fluent in Spanish as well as English. Given his bilingual skills, he has the privilege of caring for both English and Spanish-speaking patients. His passion is providing not only primary and specialty care, but also continuing care.
Dr. Garcia went to school at Duke University School of Medicine, and completed his residency at the Duke University Medical Center. His published works discussing and exploring nausea and vomiting during pregnancy as well as sickle cell disease in pregnancy, among others, have contributed greatly to the medical community’s discussion of how to better improve the experience and health for both mother and baby during pregnancy. Dr. Garcia is married and has four daughters and two sons. In his downtime, he likes water sports/boating, motorcycles, gardening, reading and, of course, parenting.
Born in McDonough, Georgia, Dr. Grogan attended Georgia Tech for her undergraduate studies in Applied Biology and then the Medical College of Georgia for medical school. Her residency was at the Georgia Baptist Medical Center/Atlanta Medical Center. She is a fellow of ACOG, a member of Georgia OB/GYN Society and a member of Atlanta OB/GYN Society. She enjoys providing healthcare to female patients and developing long-term relationships with them. In her work experience, Dr. Grogan also worked on an Indian reservation, providing healthcare to the American Indian population.
Dr. Grogan is married and has two sons. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, skiing, outdoor activities, running and spending time with her family.
Currently, Dr. Jo practices at Northside Hospital along with her partners at Peachtree Women’s Clinic and Atlanta Women’s Health Group where she is a member of the Quality Improvement and Quality Assurance Committees. She is dedicated to maximizing her patients’ comfort and levels of ease during their times of need.
When Dr. Jo is not with her Peachtree Women’s Clinic family, she loves the time spent with her husband and two young children. Family is most important to her.
Having learned to speak Spanish while in Central America, Dr. Middleton spent two years of medical school, taught mostly in Spanish, Ponce School of Medicine in Puerto Rico. After surviving two hurricanes, she decided to complete her medical degree—hurricane-free—at Mercer University in Macon. She completed her OB/GYN residency at Mercy Hospital St. Louis in Missouri and decided to move home to Atlanta after four snowy winters. She has been a physician at Peachtree Women’s Clinic since 2007.
Dr. Middleton has always been interested in caring for others and can’t imagine a job that would be a better fit than working with her colleagues at Peachtree Women’s Clinic. Being bilingual, she likes being able to serve both English and Spanish-speaking patients and has also volunteered at her church to teach English as a second language. She is married and she and her husband, Eric, are dedicated to their young son. They love spending time together, particularly cooking and traveling to new places.
Dr. Mobasser was educated in England: prep school, secondary school, college and medical school. He then moved to Atlanta with his young family and trained with an internship and residency at Emory University and Grady Hospital.
Dr. Mobasser has practiced general and high-risk obstetrics and gynecology and now works with particular interest in advanced laparoscopy procedures, laser surgery, menopause, bioidentical hormone therapy, PMS and associated symptoms, female sexuality and any associated dysfunction therein. At age 15, he received a book token prize for being first in his class and bought an OB/GYN book with it. He never wavered from the goal of becoming a physician in this specialty.
He is married and is proud of his two successful sons, one practicing entertainment law in Los Angeles and the other neurosurgery in Indianapolis. He enjoys travel, gardening, exercise and running marathons. He is a family man who spends a lot of his time visiting his children. .
A third-generation physician, Dr. Moore chose to practice in OB/GYN because he was drawn to the variety, enjoying everything from delivering babies to performing surgery and providing primary health care to women. It’s a joy for him to see the babies he has delivered grow up each year.
Dr. Moore and his wife, Theresa, have two sons (Cliff and Brent) and are members at Dunwoody United Methodist Church. He has volunteered to serve on two mission trips to Brazil.
In his free time, Dr. Moore enjoys golf, hiking, boating, exercising and watching football.
Dr. Scott’s hometown is Alexandria, Virginia. He attended the University of Kentucky, to earn his undergraduate degree and finished his medical degree at the Medical College of Georgia. His residency was at the University of Cincinnati School of Medicine.
Dr. Scott chose to work in OB/GYN because he believes it is one of the most rewarding specialties in medicine. The privilege to develop individual long-term relationships throughout all stages of a woman’s life is exclusive to this specialty. He enjoys delivering babies and facing the unique challenges that can arise in high-risk obstetrical and gynecological procedures.
His devotion to medical work and service to others has led him to volunteer for several medical mission trips. These trips have been some of the most rewarding experiences of his life. He has led and participated with teams from various organizations across the globe in such places as the Amazon, Ghana, Brazil, Bolivia, Nepal, Guatemala and Vietnam.
He is married and has two sons. In his free time he enjoys outdoor activities, snow skiing, cycling, travel, golf and spending time with his family.
Ms. Abbott has always enjoyed helping women stay healthy during all stages of life. In her spare time she loves doing step aerobics, going hiking, walking her dog—an adorable miniature poodle—and reading. She is also a frequent moviegoer and theater fan.
When she’s not working, Mrs. Collins likes spending as much time as possible with her family. An avid reader and movie buff who loves to spend time in her yard and on the water, Janice keeps her energy up and her stress level down by attending Jazzercise classes several times a week.
In her free time, Edmondson enjoys reading, swimming and caring for her Alaskan Malamutes. Bird watching is a hobby that she takes particular pleasure in, and she has traveled extensively to areas in South America enjoying this pastime.
From the age of three, Ms. Freeman knew she wanted to deliver babies. Though she loves her work in Georgia, she has traveled the world. She has lived and went to school in Paris, France and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia—she speaks French and also has traveled extensively throughout Europe and Asia. Besides travel, Ms. Freeman’s hobbies include playing trivia and reading.
Besides her work as a midwife, Ms. Grant is passionate about her three grown children (Judah, Salem and Seth) and her granddaughter Jazmine. She also loves cycling, dancing and sailing in the Caribbean every year.
She is passionate about empowering women in their healthcare choices, especially pertaining to pregnancy and birth. She is also thrilled to be in Georgia, having previously lived in the cold midwest.
In her spare time, Ms. Hoepfner loves spending time with her husband, Steve, and her two sons and one daughter. To Ms. Hoepfner’s delight, her daughter followed in her footsteps and chose a career in midwifery. She was fortunate to attend her daughter’s two births and “catch” her granddaughters. She also enjoys amateur bird watching, hunting for antiques and snorkeling when she visits the ocean.