From dream to reality
Published 2:58 pm Thursday, November 21, 2019
OBGYN practice comes to Brannon Crossing
By Brittany Fuller
Founded in 2007, and officially breaking ground last spring, Lexington Women’s Health is expanding and will offer a new location in Brannon Crossing next year for Jessamine County residents.
“We have decided to expand to Jessamine County to meet our patients where they live and work,” Tanya Bolton, marketing director for Lexington Women’s Health said. “We will be able to offer top quality, comprehensive care with park at the door convenience, saving our patients time and hassle.”
The new building is located at 612 E. Brannon Road, Suite 200. Bolton said a family practice office will occupy the first floor of the building with the OBGYN office will be located on the second floor. Bolton said the office is scheduled to begin seeing patients Feb. 1, 2020.
“We have been happily serving the women of the Bluegrass for over a decade,” Bolton said. “Since that time, we have grown to a practice of 13 providers. We work as a team to attend to each of our patients as if they were our sisters, friends or neighbors. We have experience, both professional and personal, to help (patients) through almost any situation. Our motto is, chances are whatever you face, we’ve been there.”
The practice is comprised of the following Obstetrician-Gynecologists: Sarah Borders, M.D.; Allison Cook, M.D.; Jennifer Fuson, M.D.; Grace Gibbs, D.O.; Reva Tackett, M.D.; and Mike Guiler, M.D.; Certified Nurse Midwives Alisha Morgan, C.N.M.; Iniko Sallee, C.N.M.; Laure Schadler, C.N.M.; and Sabrina Tucker, C.N.M. There are also three women’s health Nurse Practioners, Shawna Mann, APRN, Ashley Cannady, APRN and Sherry Guiler, DNP.
“We are also supported by an experienced and well-trained staff,” Bolton said. “We offer considerate, comprehensive gynecologic, obstetric and midwifery services for all women in all stages of life. We also have a couple of specialty programs including our highly effective polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and weight loss programs.”
Bolton said the office also offers several high-volume gynecologic surgeons, who have a combined 130 year experience.
In anticipation for the offices grand opening, Bolton said Lexington Women’s Health has already joined the Jessamine County Chamber of Commerce and is planning for a ribbon cutting ceremony in mid-January. A final date for the ribbon cutting will be announced at a later time.
Bolton has worked for the company since the day it opened and personally has been a patient of the facilities for over 25 years. For her, the compassion and care she said she has received over the years is impeccable compared to others.
“I am very happy to expand to Jessamine County,” Bolton said. “I am a resident, I am very proud to have been a part of this project and feel that the women of Jessamine County could not ask for better healthcare.”