Driskell joins TLC as newest certified nurse midwife

The Center for Women’s Health at The Longstreet Clinic, P.C., is pleased to welcome Amanda Driskell, CNM, as its newest certified nurse midwife.

Driskell earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing at North Georgia College & State University and her master’s degree in midwifery at Emory University. She joins TLC after working as a CNM at Roswell OB/GYN since 2005.

Certified Nurse Midwives are licensed healthcare practitioners educated in both nursing and midwifery. Before being allowed to practice, CNMs must graduate from an accredited program and pass a rigorous national certification exam. All of TLC’s certified nurse midwives hold master’s degrees in nursing.

The Center for Women’s Health’s team of board certified physicians, certified nurse midwives and certified nurse practitioners provide a complete spectrum of obstetrical, gynecologic and women’s surgical care at locations in Gainesville, Baldwin, Braselton and Dahlonega.

Driskell is welcoming new patients. Contact 770-297-2200 to schedule an appointment, or click here for more information.

The Longstreet Clinic, P.C. (TLC), is an independent multi-specialty medical group owned and managed by physicians. Since 1995, TLC has grown to include more than 150 providers in some 16 specialties at locations in eight Northeast Georgia cities. TLC consistently ranks as one of the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s Top Physician Group Practices and is the third largest independent practice in Metro Atlanta.

Driskell joins TLC as newest certified nurse midwife Background Image