Katrina Rollins, CNM, ARNP, MPH is an expert in holistic Women’s Health as a board certified Nurse Midwife/Nurse Practitioner. She completed her undergraduate nursing training at Johns Hopkins University, while also working as a doula for low-income and refugee women. Alarmed at the maternal health disparities plaguing our nation, Katrina decided to become a Nurse Midwife/Nurse Practitioner in order to address these issues from the front lines. She received a Master of Science in Nursing with a specialty in Midwifery/Women’s Health from Emory University as a Robert W. Woodruff Clinical Fellow. Additionally, she studied public health to better understand the causes, as well as solutions for the frightening inequalities present in health care. Her studies have taken her to South Africa, the United Arab Emirates, India, and Haiti to explore Women's Healthcare in various cultures.
Katrina has 8 years of clinical experience ranging from private gynecological practices, a hospitalist role, and recently the telemedicine space. She has caught over 600 babies as a Nurse Midwife, including attending in-hospital water births. After her own personal journey managing her Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) and infertility, she learned that medication alone wasn't the answer for true, sustainable results. She extensively researched holistic management of PCOS, infertility, and other Women's Health issues, which inspired her to open Global Women's Care, a holistic telemedicine Women's Health practice that serves women across the nation.
Katrina’s mission is to provide compassionate, respectful, and evidence-based care to women so that they feel empowered to achieve their health and wellness goals. She is the proud mother of a 2 year old son and married to her high school sweetheart. Katrina enjoys spending time with her family, traveling (has been to over 35 countries), and sharing informative social media content on holistic Women's Health.