Hi I’m Tanya!  I am the Marketing Director for Lexington Women’s Health. I am in my 30’s (barely),  married to a good guy (really)  and have 2 adorable but WILD  little girls. I work full time (and then some) at Lexington Women’s Health, I am a die hard soccer Mom, help out in Sunday school, cook dinner every night (sometimes it’s fish sticks) and still find time to take snacks to my daughter’s school.   I guess I should start out by telling you about myself…  I am originally from a small town, Barbourville, Kentucky.  When I was 18, I moved to Lexington (the big city) to go to college and it was there that my journey began.  My room-mate who was in PA school, hooked me up with a job at a local obgyn practice answering the switch board.  I loved it.  I loved the people, I loved the doctors, I loved feeling like a grown up in a big office.  I loved it so much, I never left.  I have evolved over the years and so has the practice.  In 2007, we opened the brand new practice “Lexington Women’s Health”.  We are an all female practice that has physicians, midwives, nurse practicioners and physician assistants…Not to mention a fabulous staff. I am now one of the managers and I still love my job!  I joke that if I won the lottery I would just volunteer everyday (or at least 3 days a week)…

Lexington Women’s Health is a great place to work because our motto is that we want everyone to be taken care of like you would want your mother, sister or best friend treated. Over the years, many patients have become our friends. When you have such an intimate relationship over the course of a pregnancy, miscarriage, infertility crisis, divorce, surgery, etc you really get to know each other.  I have gone through many of these things myself at LWH as well and the patients have shared my experiences. It is a very busy and lucrative practice but at the heart of it all are the same people I came to love when they first started practicing. They are the fabulous women who founded and continue to manage Lexington Women’s Health.  Daily, I see some of the most miraculous events and also some of the most hilarious. We are truly a family-but working together with over 40 women is not always easy. I have always said, “One of these days I’m going to write a book” but for now, I’ll try a blog.  Through the course of this blog, I hope to have many guest bloggers, aka our providers, to talk about things that most people don’t talk about! Also current health news and issues as well as the craziness that comes along with working together with 40 women! I hope you enjoy reading as much as I enjoy sharing.


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