Meet Our Family
At Cherokee Women’s, we are united by a common purpose – to provide exceptional medical care for our patients in a warm and caring environment, making our community a happier, healthier place for all of us.
Below is a list of our staff. You can reach any member of our staff by calling the main office at 770.720.7733.
Michael Litrel, M.D., Cherokee Women’s Health Specialists, P.C., Co-founder and Senior Surgeon
Christopher Litrel, Practice Eministrator and General Counsel
Gail Jenkins, Deputy Practice Administrator (Human Resources and Finance)
Angel Bobo, Clinical Executive (Quality Assurance, Clinical Trials)
Ann Litrel, Public Relations Administrator
Beth Carroll, Deputy Public Relations Administrator
Diane Warren, Digital Marketing Manager
Physicians and Providers
Michael Litrel, MD, FACOG, FPMRS
Kami Townsend, MA
Peahen Gandhi, MD, FACOG, FPMRS
Jourdan Adams, MA
James Haley, MD, FACOG, FPMRS
Whitney Jarrett, MA
Kathryn Hale, MD, MPH, FACOG
Brittany Kreider, MA
Britton Crigler, MD, FACOG
Angie Stump, MA
Susan Griggs, APRN, CNM
Sarah Lichtenberger, MA
Ruth Roser, APRN, CNM
Julie Sayers, PA-C
Cindy Petty, LPN
Additional Medical Assistants
Maria Gonzalez, MA – Phone Triage
Lisa Kitchens, MA
Belinda Gonzalez, MA
Christina Cox, MA
Jasman Dennis, MA
Jessica Luevano, MA
Lauren Gonzalez, MA
Brenda Peters, Ultrasound
Mandy Pruett, Ultrasound
Jaclyn Aponik, Ultrasound
Medical Records Request
Cherokee Women’s is a thriving company and our approach to human resources is simple: We grow people.
We believe in providing great opportunities for people who want to work and learn in their careers.
We believe in promoting from within whenever possible.
And we especially believe in finding and recruiting others like us – Happy, hopeful people who enjoy working with others to create a healthier community.
Take an inside look at our family at Cherokee Women’s.
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