The physicians and staff at Contemporary Women’s Health have the knowledge and experience to provide

Complete & current care for Women

Kimberly A. Roberts, MD, FACOG

“When you walk into our office, I want you to feel the compassion we have for women. When Dr Yang and I opened this practice in 2007, we had a vision to provide care that was evolving with current literature and recommendations. We are an all female practice that strives to provide the best medical care on all issues that women face because we are walking the same path as our patients. I try to educate my patients about their choices when it comes to the obstacles they face. I love taking care of families of women and now I’ve been around long enough that I’m getting to care for multigenerational families of women. I enjoy offering minimally invasive surgery to my patients so they can get back to life quicker. And of course, the miracle of life in obstetrics is something I feel honored to share with my expecting mothers. Unfortunately, there are challenges in life that we face so we are here to help you navigate those obstacles as well. In fact, we have likely faced them as well, so we can relate to the struggles.

In my personal life, I am married with a beautiful blended family that includes eight children. I grew up in Texas and graduated from Texas A&M, but have lived in Tennessee since 2000. I love college sports, so I root for the Vols unless they are playing my Aggies. As my kids have gotten older and are now flying the coop, I have enjoyed traveling to see new places and learn about different cultures.

We look forward to meeting you and walking through this journey of life with you.”

Education: University of Arkansas for Medical Science, Little Rock, AR
Internship & Residency: University of Tennessee, Memphis, TN
Board Certification: Obstetrics & Gynecology
Member: Fellow, American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Kimberly A. Roberts, MD, FACOG

“When you walk into our office, I want you to feel the compassion we have for women. When Dr Yang and I opened this practice in 2007, we had a vision to provide care that was evolving with current literature and recommendations. We are an all female practice that strives to provide the best medical care on all issues that women face because we are walking the same path as our patients. I try to educate my patients about their choices when it comes to the obstacles they face. I love taking care of families of women and now I’ve been around long enough that I’m getting to care for multigenerational families of women. I enjoy offering minimally invasive surgery to my patients so they can get back to life quicker. And of course, the miracle of life in obstetrics is something I feel honored to share with my expecting mothers. Unfortunately, there are challenges in life that we face so we are here to help you navigate those obstacles as well. In fact, we have likely faced them as well, so we can relate to the struggles.

In my personal life, I am married with a beautiful blended family that includes eight children. I grew up in Texas and graduated from Texas A&M, but have lived in Tennessee since 2000. I love college sports, so I root for the Vols unless they are playing my Aggies. As my kids have gotten older and are now flying the coop, I have enjoyed traveling to see new places and learn about different cultures.

We look forward to meeting you and walking through this journey of life with you.”

Education: University of Arkansas for Medical Science, Little Rock, AR
Internship & Residency: University of Tennessee, Memphis, TN
Board Certification: Obstetrics & Gynecology
Member: Fellow, American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Jennifer Brantley, MD, FACOG

“I love being part of a woman’s story throughout her life. From the time she goes through puberty to pregnancy and childbirth and finally to the twilight years, I enjoy the diversity of women’s healthcare. I went into obstetrics and gynecology because I found the specialty fulfilling and I always carry that same enthusiasm to caring for my patients.”

Education: East Tennessee State University Quillen College of Medicine, Johnson City, TN
Internship & Residency: Mercer University, Savannah, GA
Board Certification: Obstetrics & Gynecology
Member: Fellow, American College of Obstetrics & Gynecology

Jennifer Brantley, MD, FACOG

“I love being part of a woman’s story throughout her life. From the time she goes through puberty to pregnancy and childbirth and finally to the twilight years, I enjoy the diversity of women’s healthcare. I went into obstetrics and gynecology because I found the specialty fulfilling and I always carry that same enthusiasm to caring for my patients.”

Education: East Tennessee State University Quillen College of Medicine, Johnson City, TN
Internship & Residency: Mercer University, Savannah, GA
Board Certification: Obstetrics & Gynecology
Member: Fellow, American College of Obstetrics & Gynecology

Caroline M. Bulger, MD, MPH

I consider myself incredibly lucky to have the opportunity to care for my patients throughout the majority of their lives. It is a deeply rewarding privilege to share in my patients’ triumphs and heartbreaks, and I always hope to provide them with excellent care throughout it all. I enjoy all aspects of OBGYN, from delivering babies to surgical management to well woman visits. My aim is always to provide evidence-based care and to equip my patients with the knowledge they need to feel confident in their healthcare decisions.

I grew up in Crossville, Tennessee, just an hour drive down I-40. When I’m not taking care of my patients, I am spending time with my husband and two children. We enjoy spending time outdoors, good food, and visiting local breweries. I’m an avid runner, an amateur baker, and a diehard North Carolina Tar Heels fan.

Education: East Tennessee State University Quillen College of Medicine, Johnson City, TN
Master of Public Health from University of Alabama at Birmingham
Internship & Residency: East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN

Caroline M. Bulger, MD, MPH

I consider myself incredibly lucky to have the opportunity to care for my patients throughout the majority of their lives. It is a deeply rewarding privilege to share in my patients’ triumphs and heartbreaks, and I always hope to provide them with excellent care throughout it all. I enjoy all aspects of OBGYN, from delivering babies to surgical management to well woman visits. My aim is always to provide evidence-based care and to equip my patients with the knowledge they need to feel confident in their healthcare decisions.

I grew up in Crossville, Tennessee, just an hour drive down I-40. When I’m not taking care of my patients, I am spending time with my husband and two children. We enjoy spending time outdoors, good food, and visiting local breweries. I’m an avid runner, an amateur baker, and a diehard North Carolina Tar Heels fan.

Education: East Tennessee State University Quillen College of Medicine, Johnson City, TN
Master of Public Health from University of Alabama at Birmingham
Internship & Residency: East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN

Brynn Whitworth, WHNP-C

“My experience as a labor and delivery nurse and becoming a women’s health nurse practitioner has allowed me to appreciate and respect all aspects of women’s healthcare. I am passionate about women and the many challenges we all face on a day to day basis. It is my goal to create positive and lasting relationships with each person I have the privilege of caring for.”

Brynn and her husband are proud parents of two boys. She enjoys being with family and friends and participating in her church. Brynn also loves being outdoors, traveling, and cooking.

Education: Frontier Nursing University- Master of Science in Nursing, Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner
Nursing Degree: University of Tennessee at Chattanooga- Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Member: National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health

Brynn Whitworth, WHNP-C

“My experience as a labor and delivery nurse and becoming a women’s health nurse practitioner has allowed me to appreciate and respect all aspects of women’s healthcare. I am passionate about women and the many challenges we all face on a day to day basis. It is my goal to create positive and lasting relationships with each person I have the privilege of caring for.”

Brynn and her husband are proud parents of two boys. She enjoys being with family and friends and participating in her church. Brynn also loves being outdoors, traveling, and cooking.

Education: Frontier Nursing University- Master of Science in Nursing, Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner
Nursing Degree: University of Tennessee at Chattanooga- Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Member: National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health

Autumn Galbraith, MSN, APN, WHNP-BC

“I believe in the comprehensive care of women, and it is my utmost priority to be compassionate and attentive to your needs from the prenatal to postmenopausal stages of life. Throughout nursing school, women’s health was always my greatest interest, and working as a Mother/Baby nurse further solidified that passion. I decided to become a Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner where I would always be guaranteed the privilege of caring for and working with women. It is an honor to be able to serve you!”

Autumn is a native of Knoxville and resides with her husband and two sons. She most enjoys spending time with her family, the lake in the summer, UT Football, and activities such as photography, church, and travel.

Education: Master of Science in Nursing earned at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing earned at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Certification: Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner through the National Certification Corporation.
Member: National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Womenn’s Health; Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society; Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges

Autumn Galbraith, MSN, APN, WHNP-BC

“I believe in the comprehensive care of women, and it is my utmost priority to be compassionate and attentive to your needs from the prenatal to postmenopausal stages of life. Throughout nursing school, women’s health was always my greatest interest, and working as a Mother/Baby nurse further solidified that passion. I decided to become a Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner where I would always be guaranteed the privilege of caring for and working with women. It is an honor to be able to serve you!”

Autumn is a native of Knoxville and resides with her husband and two sons. She most enjoys spending time with her family, the lake in the summer, UT Football, and activities such as photography, church, and travel.

Education: Master of Science in Nursing earned at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing earned at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Certification: Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner through the National Certification Corporation.
Member: National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Womenn’s Health; Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society; Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges

Samantha McLean, FNP-C, PMHNP-BC

“My personal labor and delivery experience with my son led me to a passion for women’s health. As a bedside labor and delivery nurse, as well as a mother baby nurse to a nurse practitioner, I have always prided myself in providing my patients with holistic, unbiased and individualized care. From adolescence to menopause, and the stages of life in between, I enjoy caring for patients and helping them as an advocate for their health.”

A native who resides with her son, 2 cats and 2 dogs. She enjoys trips to Cades Cove with her son and dogs, camping, and she also frequents local coffee shops. She thoroughly enjoys exercising and her Peloton.

Education: Master of Science in Nursing from Lincoln Memorial University,
Bachelor of Science in Nursing from LMU.
Certification: Family Nurse Practitioner through the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners
Registered nurse through the American Nurses Association
Member: Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society

Samantha McLean, FNP-C, PMHNP-BC

“My personal labor and delivery experience with my son led me to a passion for women’s health. As a bedside labor and delivery nurse, as well as a mother baby nurse to a nurse practitioner, I have always prided myself in providing my patients with holistic, unbiased and individualized care. From adolescence to menopause, and the stages of life in between, I enjoy caring for patients and helping them as an advocate for their health.”

A native who resides with her son, 2 cats and 2 dogs. She enjoys trips to Cades Cove with her son and dogs, camping, and she also frequents local coffee shops. She thoroughly enjoys exercising and her Peloton.

Education: Master of Science in Nursing from Lincoln Memorial University,
Bachelor of Science in Nursing from LMU.
Certification: Family Nurse Practitioner through the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners
Registered nurse through the American Nurses Association
Member: Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society

Sarah Alexander, FNP-C

“Women are as unique as the healthcare they desire. Since 2012, it has been my privilege to join women as they achieve health. Regardless of where you may be on your journey, I look forward to providing you with evidenced based health care with attentiveness and integrity. You will be welcomed, listened to, and genuinely cared for.”

Sarah is a Tennessee native. She has resided in Knoxville with her husband since 2006. Together they have three amazing kids, twin girls and one boy. Her favorite role is being a mom! She loves camping trips, DIY projects, and working on her summer garden.

Education: Frontier Nursing University – Master of Science in Nursing
Nursing Degree: University of Tennessee at Chattanooga – Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Member: American Academy of Nurse Practitioners

Sarah Alexander, FNP-C

“Women are as unique as the healthcare they desire. Since 2012, it has been my privilege to join women as they achieve health. Regardless of where you may be on your journey, I look forward to providing you with evidenced based health care with attentiveness and integrity. You will be welcomed, listened to, and genuinely cared for.”

Sarah is a Tennessee native. She has resided in Knoxville with her husband since 2006. Together they have three amazing kids, twin girls and one boy. Her favorite role is being a mom! She loves camping trips, DIY projects, and working on her summer garden.

Education: Frontier Nursing University – Master of Science in Nursing
Nursing Degree: University of Tennessee at Chattanooga – Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Member: American Academy of Nurse Practitioners

Abbey Taylor, FNP-C

“From the moment I had my first L&D clinical in nursing, I knew women’s health is where I belonged. After being an L&D nurse for a few years, I wanted to further my education to care for women at a higher level. Getting to know my patients to understand and individualize their healthcare needs is one of my favorite parts of being a provider. I am excited to care for women throughout each stage of their lives and create a comfortable environment for my patients as we go through this journey together.”

Abbey is from a small town, Kingston, TN but now resides in Knoxville with her husband. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, being on the lake in the summer, Tennessee sports, and reading a good book. Go Vols!

Education: Master of Science in Nursing from Tennessee Technological University Bachelor of Science in Nursing from University of Tennessee
Certification: Family Nurse Practitioner through the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners

Abbey Taylor, FNP-C

“From the moment I had my first L&D clinical in nursing, I knew women’s health is where I belonged. After being an L&D nurse for a few years, I wanted to further my education to care for women at a higher level. Getting to know my patients to understand and individualize their healthcare needs is one of my favorite parts of being a provider. I am excited to care for women throughout each stage of their lives and create a comfortable environment for my patients as we go through this journey together.”

Abbey is from a small town, Kingston, TN but now resides in Knoxville with her husband. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, being on the lake in the summer, Tennessee sports, and reading a good book. Go Vols!

Education: Master of Science in Nursing from Tennessee Technological University Bachelor of Science in Nursing from University of Tennessee
Certification: Family Nurse Practitioner through the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners