Cheri has postmasters training in urogynecology which deals with bladder health, pelvic pain, and incontinence. She also has an interest in working with patient with Perimenopausal concerns.
Cheri became a healthcare provider because the health of women throughout the lifespan is very important to her. She has been influenced by working with women throughout her lifetime and felt a particular calling to care for women. Respect, compassion and listening are key to Cheri’s philosophy of practice. She also values working with other providers and staff to provide the very best care possible.
Cheri has been married for over 25 years to her husband, who is a United Methodist minister. They have lived in many locations due to the nature of his work. They have two adult sons, both of whom are in graduate school. They also have three loveable cats are also a part of their family.
Cheri loves to read, hike, create stained glass pieces, bake, and photography.