Meet our providers.

No matter what your approach is to pregnancy, labor, delivery and parenting, there’s a St. Luke’s doctor who best suits you. Get to know our team of providers and then request an appointment with one of them below.

Obstetrics & Gynecology

Reproductive health specialists for all stages of life

An obstetrician-gynecologist (OB-GYN) has specialized training and education in the management of pregnancy, labor, delivery and the health of the female reproductive system. OB-GYNs care for women throughout life, but are also birth specialists. They deliver babies, perform c-sections and are trained to help women with higher-risk pregnancies or those who have additional medical complications.

Certified Nurse Midwife

Full-scope care that views birth as a natural part of life

A certified nurse midwife (CNM) provides full-scope care for women through every stage of life. A CNM can be your primary care provider, offering a natural, low-intervention approach. At St. Luke’s, CNMs are medically trained, practice in a hospital setting, deliver babies and have the ability to prescribe medications, including options for pain control.

Headshot of Jenni Godbold

Jenni Godbold, APRN, DNP, CNM (Certified Nurse Midwife)

  • St. Luke's Obstetrics & Gynecology Associates

Family Practitioner

Care for mom, baby and the entire family

A family practitioner has specialized in the comprehensive health of individuals. Family practice physicians treat women (they also care for men and children) through all aspects of their health including childbirth. After delivery, a family practice physician can be the primary care provider for mom, baby and the entire family. Family practice physicians work closely with OB-GYN specialists if complications arise during pregnancy or delivery.

*Cares for pregnant women until 36 weeks of pregnancy and then transitions patient to an OB-GYN.