Mary S. Dolan, MD, MPH, NCMPAssociate Professor, Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics
Director, Midlife and Menopausal Medicine, Emory Women’s Center at Saint Joseph’s Hospital
Director, Women’s Reproductive Health Module
Director, Career Counseling, Emory University School of Medicine
Dr. Dolan was the founding faculty advisor for the HTWC in 2012. She received her MD and MPH degrees from Emory University School of Medicine, where she now continues to serve as a longitudinal Small Group Advisor for medical students. She worked as an Epidemic Intelligence Officer at the Centers for Disease Control in the National Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, Division of Cancer Prevention and Control. She assisted with program development for providing mammography and cervical cancer screening for underserved populations in the United States.
Jennifer Goedken, MDAssociate Professor, Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics, Gynecologic Specialties
Director, Medical Student Clerkship, Emory University School of Medicine
Chief of the Gynecology Section, Surgical and Perioperative Care Service Line, Veterans
Administration Medical Center
Dr. Goedken has been involved with the Harriet Tubman Women’s Clinic since the planning and relocation to the Clarkston Community Health Center in late 2016. She has a long history of working with underserved populations, both in her prior clinical work at Grady Memorial Hospital and more recently as the chief of service for the Atlanta VA Medical Center. She has a passion for and experience working with immigrant populations having served in the Peace Corps in the distant past and as a funded researcher and mentor through the Emory Global Health Institute.
Medical Student Coordinators
Jamie is a fourth year MD/MPH student. She helps integrate patient care between HTWC and the primary care clinic at CCHC. She loves using shared decision making with the women we serve to find solutions for them to thrive in Atlanta at a time in which our healthcare landscape poses severe challenges.
Morgan is a medical student in the Class of 2023 interested in Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases. She has been a coordinator for the Harriet Tubman Women’s Clinic since 2018 and currently serves as a Patient Communications Coordinator.
Ariana is a Class of 2025 medical student and currently serves as the medical student and social media coordinator. She looks forward to working with HTWC to improve access to quality women’s healthcare in the greater Atlanta area.
Roxy is a Class of 2025 Emory University School of Medicine medical student and currently serves as the Provider Coordinator. She is honored to be part of a team of volunteers who believes in HTWC’s core mission of expanding healthcare coverage to women in the greater Atlanta area. She has already learned so much from the patients at HTWC, and looks forward to continuing to serve this community.
Stephanie is a fourth year medical student interested in Psychiatry and Women’s Health. She has been a coordinator for the Harriet Tubman Women’s Clinic since 2019 and currently serves as the Clarkston Community Health Center Liaison.
Rebecca is a Class of 2024 medical student and is currently a clinic coordinator for HTWC.
Barbara Biney, MPH
Barbara a medical student in the class of 2025 at Emory University School of Medicine. She is passionate about serving underserved populations and is honored to serve in various leadership roles at Harriet Tubman’s Women Clinic.
Sarah has been a medical student coordinator for all of medical school and has had several roles during that time. She will be graduating in spring of 2022 and starting residency in internal medicine next year. Harriet Tubman has been one of the best parts of medical school and it has been a privilege to be a part of!
Helen is currently a 3rd medical student and currently serves as the medical student coordinator. She looks forward to serving this community, advocating for patients and expanding access to patient care.
Medical Assistant Coordinator
Helena is a third year Neuroscience & Behavioral Biology major at Emory University and serve as the medical assistant coordinator for HTWC! She is passionate about improving and supporting the services provided by HTWC with an aim of optimizing the clinical care of our patients.
Planning & Outreach Medical Assistant Coordinator
Shreya is a third-year student, majoring in Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology (NBB) and minoring in Music on the pre-med track at Emory University. Here at the HTWC, she is a medical assistant (MA), and she is thrilled to assist the local community at HTWC!
Planning & Outreach Medical Assistant Coordinator
Luisa is a pre-medical student at Emory University, double majoring in Biology and Philosophy, and planning to graduate in spring of 2023. She works as a Medical Assistant at HTWC and also helps with Planning and Outreach at the clinic!
Claire Bai is a current Medical Assistant at HTWC and a fourth year undergraduate student at Emory University!
Sarah is a fourth-year undergraduate student at Emory studying chemistry and psychology and is a Medical Assistant at HTWC. She plans on applying to medical schools after working a clinical job during her gap-year.
Nivetha is a senior at Emory University, studying Human Health.
Health Literacy and Outreach MA Coordinator
Shivangi graduated from Emory University in May 2021 and served as an MA during her senior year. She is passionate about the intersection of women’s health with behavioral health and emergency medicine. In her free time, she loves to sing, kayak, and watch re-runs of her favorite TV shows!
Jessica is senior at Emory University, graduating in spring of 2022 as a psychology major on the pre-med track.
Sonia thoroughly enjoys serving as a volunteer medical assistant at HTWC. She is a third-year undergraduate student at Emory majoring in Human Health with a German Studies minor on the pre-PA track.
Rehnuma is a current medical assistant and graduated from Emory University in May 2021. Her dream job is to become an OB/GYN, and in her free time, she loves to explore coffee shops and go running!
Ashley is in Emory University’s Class of 2023. She is passionate about helping others through medicine. She is majoring in Human Health, minoring in Sociology on the pre-medical track.
Kwame Armah is a senior biology major along the premedical track at Emory University (Class of 2022).
We are a teaching clinic overseen by volunteer providers from Emory University School of Medicine and around Atlanta.
Located at Clarkston Community Health Center
3700 Market Street, Suite E-1 Clarkston, GA 30021