Rebecca Sheldon, CNM
Rebecca Sheldon is a certified nurse-midwife who is dedicated to providing evidence-based care to women and their families. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a focus in Women's Health Policy and a Master of Science in Nursing specializing in Midwifery and Women's Health from Ohio State University. Prior to relocating to Georgia, Rebecca was a labor and delivery nurse at the Ohio State Wexner Medical Center.
Rebecca was drawn to midwifery after working for USAID in Washington D.C, a grant funded program, which was involved in research projects and clinical care in maternal and child health in developing countries. Rebecca's goal is to help women make informed decisions about their reproductive health and wellbeing. She thoroughly enjoys speaking with adolescents about how they can improve their wellbeing and reproductive health. Rebecca is also passionate about treating both high and low risk obstetrical patients and providing support based on their pregnancy needs.
Rebecca was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio, but her family immigrated here from England. She recently relocated to Georgia after she was drawn to the metropolitan area of Atlanta. In her free time, Rebecca enjoys spending time with her friends, family and significant other.