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Merry Christmas!

Christmas is in the air. We’re all busy shopping, planning meals and family get-togethers. We should take the time, though, to remember the true meaning of Christmas and be thankful for God’s many blessings and the people He puts into our lives.

Here at Physicians & Surgeons for Women we are so thankful for you, our patients. We have appreciated the opportunity to care for you and look forward to being with you through all the stages of your life.

We are also thankful for our staff, the heart of Physicians & Surgeons for Women, and believe it is a blessing for all of us to be able to work together while caring for our patients. Thank you to…

        Clinical…Lexi, Anita, Sasha, Autumn, Cherish, and Amber

        Front desk…Lindsey, Amanda, and Michele

       Scheduling…Bridgett, Chrystal, and Heather

       Surgery Scheduling…Leesa

      Ultrasound…Tresa and Susanne

      Billing…Brandy and Angie


    Administration…Karen and Susan

 And, of course, our providers…Dr. Jackson-Lopez, Dr. Nesselroade, Dr. Spicer, (PA) Taylor Yoder, (NP) Amanda Minor, (NP) Jessica Kelsey, (NP) Jennifer Lee & (NP) Ruth Xue.

From all of us at Physicians & Surgeons for Women, we pray you have a Merry Christmas and blessed New Year!



















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