Anchorage Women’s Clinic is proud to offer a diverse team of providers to support your physical and emotional well-being.

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Sherrill Collins, MS, RD, LD

Being a Registered Dietitian, I live for the moments when patients realize they have the power to make change and the pride and sense of accomplishment when goals are met.

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Paula Phillips, LPC, E-RYT

As a Licensed Professional Counselor, I am honored to help women develop self-compassion through difficult times and I strive to provide a safe and comfortable environment in which they can create healthy meaning out of significant and challenging life events.

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Juliana Santillanes, LMT, NCTMB, CIMI

I am honored to provide a space for women to have a peaceful, quiet hour to themselves where physical aches and pains are relieved. With such busy lifestyles and endless to-do lists, women need time for self-care.

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Tina Tomsen, MD, FACOG

I’ve been honored to educate and support a broad range of challenges through patients' lifespans. The patient relationships I have had lasting over decades have enriched my life, as well as provided a safe, reliable avenue for patients to speak.

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Karen McCreary, MD, FACOG

I am committed to women's health care. This is my passion and my life's work.

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Allison Gibbs, MD, FACOG

The team of people I work with is fantastic and they support our goal of providing the very best care.

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Dana Espindola, MD, FACOG

Women’s health care was always something I was drawn to, even as a small child. From pregnancy to menopause, there is something wonderful about being a part of a woman's health journey.

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Leslie Cayco, DO, FACOG

There are many aspects to women's health that are fulfilling to me. What is most rewarding about my job is seeing women empowered and motivated about their own health.

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Gary Wang, MD

I love children and had seriously considered going into pediatrics, but when I experienced the excitement and satisfaction of finding solutions for my OB/GYN patients I knew I found my direction.

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Natalie Ward, MD, FACOG

I want patients to feel heard and supported. My goal is to communicate even complex medical information in clear, understandable way.

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Janet Starkey, MSN, ANP, CNM

I have wanted to be a nurse since I as a little girl, then when working as an RN I fell in love with Obstetrics and women’s health care. I found that seeing families grow and building the relationships with my patients was so satisfying to me.

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Bella Barrows, MSN, ANP, FNP

Caring for women as a nurse practitioner is especially fulfilling to me because I derive great joy from participating in all aspects of women’s health.

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Patricia McDonald, MSN, ANP, FNP

I have always wanted to make women’s health care a comfortable and safe experience. I have a depth of empathy for those dealing with menopause, but mood anxiety and depression is something I feel is important to recognize and discuss.

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Ericka Mulder, MSN, ANP, FNP

I feel strongly about empowering women to put themselves first and I want to help them look at the small things to enhance their own health and wellbeing.

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Roy Slemp, RDMS, RVT

Ultrasonographer

What really makes my day is when a family is truly joyful to see images of their unborn baby. I began my career doing a broad range of diagnostic imaging studies in Level 1 Trauma centers and hospital settings. I have performed imaging studies on people from every walk of life, from neonates to geriatrics. When I can find the sources of someone's pain leading them to the first step of healing, I find true satisfaction.

AWC has an atmosphere of cooperation and caring among the staff that is apparent in our patient care.

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Patti Townsend, MSN, ANP, CNM

Being a midwife is a calling for me. The women and families that I see inspire me, and my collogues work with me to ensure each of our patients and their families feels the respect and care we strive to provide every day.

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