Contemporary Women’s Health | Obstetrics, Gynecology, Aesthetic and Massage

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From well-woman and preventative care... to high-risk obstetrics... to surgical and nonsurgical treatments for gynecologic conditions, the physicians and staff at Contemporary Women’s Health have the knowledge and experience to provide complete, current care. They also are concerned about your comfort and well-being, and are committed to provide all the information, encouragement and moral support you need for mind, body and spirit.

Kimberly A. Roberts, MD, FACOG

Dr Roberts
“As the mother of four, I can appreciate many of the issues women face today. It means so much to me to know that I can provide empathy along with high quality healthcare. During your visit, I will always give you the time and attention necessary to address all of your concerns.”

Originally from Texas, Dr. Roberts is married and has four active sons. Whenever possible, Dr. Roberts volunteers at her children’s school.

Education: University of Arkansas for Medical Science, Little Rock, AR
Internship & Residency: University of Tennessee, Memphis, TN
Board Certification: Obstetrics & Gynecology
Member: Fellow, American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology


Ceeccy Yang, MD, FACOG

“From helping my patients through life’s challenges to sharing in the special time of pregnancy and childbirth, women’s healthcare is especially fulfilling for me. As my patient, you can expect to be treated with kindness and to know that I genuinely care about you.”

Dr. Yang was born and raised in California. As the mother of one boy and three girls, Dr. Yang can empathize with busy moms and is especially thankful for her patient husband. Family pets include two rabbits, two dogs and two hamsters. Dr. Yang is an avid tennis player.

Education: University of Louisiana School of Medicine, Shreveport, LA
Internship & Residency: University of Tennessee, Memphis, TN
Board Certification: Obstetrics & Gynecology
Member: Fellow, American College of Obstetrics & Gynecology


Krista J. Hodges, PA-C

Krista Hodges
“I am especially sensitive to the needs of women of all ages... from their first annual exam through the postmenopausal years. I truly value each patient as unique and my goal as a healthcare provider is to develop a special lifelong relationship with each and every one. As a mother of three, I can also identify with all aspects of a woman’s reproductive health.”

Krista is married and the mother of a beautiful daughter and lively twin boys. She enjoys a very active family and social life. When not involved in her own sporting activities or those of her children, she enjoys traveling, church activities, and family and neighborhood gatherings.

Education: Bowman Gray School of Medicine Physician Assistant Program, Wake Forest University
Nursing Degree: University of Tennessee Knoxville, Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Clinical Clerkships: Holston Valley Hospital, Kingsport, TN; Mountain Home Veterans Administration, Johnson City, TN; University of Tennessee Medical Center, Knoxville, TN
Member: Educational Affiliate, American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology; Tennessee Academy of Physician Assistants; American Academy of Physician Assistants


Donna Dossett, WHNP-C

Donna
“While teaching in a wilderness rehab program for conduct disordered and chemically dependent teenage girls, I discovered that women’s health was something that inspired me. I then reentered the University of Tennessee to obtain my Nursing Degree in women’s health. I consider myself fortunate to have worked in the field of women’s health for over 10 years, with three of those years spent in high risk obstetrics.”

She lives in Knoxville with her two daughters ages 14 and 11, 2 cats, and a rescue greyhound named Maggie. Her daughters keep her very busy with soccer and dance.

Education: Graduated from University of TN, Knoxville with a BS in Secondary Education in 1989
Nursing Degree: Masters in Nursing from the University of TN, Knoxville with a women’s health focus


Brynn Whitworth, WHNP-C

Braynn Whitworth
“My experience as a labor and delivery nurse and becoming a women’s health nurse practitioner has allowed me to appreciate and respect all aspects of women’s healthcare. I am passionate about women and the many challenges we all face on a day to day basis. It is my goal to create positive and lasting relationships with each person I have the privilege of caring for.”

Brynn is married and recently became the mother to a handsome baby boy. She enjoys being with family and friends and participating in her church. Brynn also loves being outdoors, traveling, and cooking.

Education: Frontier Nursing University- Master of Science in Nursing, Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner
Nursing Degree: University of Tennessee at Chattanooga- Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Member: National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health