Mom Resources in Rome

Moms need to know a lot. Let us help you a little.

Social/Service

Being a mom causes all of the feelings and every level of emotion. It can feel isolating, but also immediately create a connection when you find comfort knowing you don’t have to go it alone. Here are a few places moms unite around Rome.

Rome GA with Kids Facebook Community
If you’re not already a member of our online community, request to join (must answer questions to prove you live in NW Georgia). We’ll occasionally post play-dates and other fun kid, family, or mom-friendly events.

Floyd Medical Center Mom Groups
Join other moms to talk about the joys and difficulties of life with newborns, babies and toddlers. The group meets every Thursday from 5 – 6:30 p.m. at Childbirth Education and Lactation Services,​ 1013 North 5th Ave., Suite 7, Rome, GA 30165.

MOPS (Mother’s of Preschoolers) Group
Join this group to find a tribe for Christian mothers.

Mom’s Run This Town Facebook Page
Join other running (and walking) mama’s or find a group to run with.

Junior Service League of Rome
Junior Service League is an organization of women whose mission is to foster interest in the social, economic, educational, cultural and civic conditions of the community and to make efficient their volunteer service.

One Community United
One Community United is a 501(c)3 organization composed of citizens working to eliminate Racial, Ethnic, Economic, Sexual Orientation & Religious barriers.

YMCA
Join the YMCA or other Fitness Center with childcare.

Pregnancy

Floyd Medical Center Maternity Info
Breastfeeding info, tours, and classes.

OBGYN’s & Midwives

Harbin Women’s Health

Margaret T Marion, DO

Steven A Spivey, MD

Diana M Vallecilla, MD

Ben Warren, MD

Alison Bennett, WHNP‑BC

Susan Nelson Crisp, CNM, FNP

Macie Goff, CNM

Kim Millsap, CNM, WHNP

Natalie Perkins, WHNP

Dorothy Self, WHNP‑BC

Valerie Smith, CNM

We use Harbin Womens. I say this not for sympathy, but to share with you their level of care… we have had two miscarriages and two stillborn, (as well as one living). I have been with all 5 of those doctors in varying moments, from ultrasounds not finding heartbeats, to deliveries/d&c, and recoveries. Their bedside manner (office staff included) is nothing short of top notch. My husband, the undrugged coherent one, is probably Dr. Jarvis’ biggest fan.

Dr. Brass at Harbin Women’s Center. At first I switched doctors because I thought he was too brusque, but then I went into labor early and got him anyway. He did an amazing job with my csection. It was my third, and somehow my easiest recovery, because he did such an amazing job.

I used Norton (Harbin) Women’s Clinic. Dr Brass is very experienced and his humor helps put you at ease. Both of my girls were delivered by him.

 

Northwest Georgia Medical Clinic

Lisa W. Blake, MD

Suni H. Carroll, F.N.P

James T. Douglas, M.D.

Dixon L. Freeman, M.D.

Ashley Holloway, F.N.P

Kristen Leezer, M.D.

W. Keith Montgomery, M.D. Note: Gynocology only, no OB.

Christopher Pickins, M.D.

Savannah “Sunny” Scoggins, C.N.M.

James H. Vick III, M.D.

In what was supposed to be a routine D&C to remove a uterine growth, Dr Vick tore through my uterus and intestines. In a humble and smart action, he called another GI surgeon to come fix it.  At just ten weeks after having a baby, I woke up from what should have been a non-invasive surgery, to another major recovery, and bills I am still paying off two years later. I know a lot of people love him, but I went through a lot of trauma because of Dr Vick. He could have at least taken care of the bills or done something to show me more compassion. I have had stomach issues since causing me to miss several days of work and lower quality of living. I know it is from this mistake. I need to caution others.

Dr. Vick and his nurse practitioner, Sunni were great! I was nervous going into my third C-section in a new city & hospital but Dr. Vick talked to me through the whole procedure. I was aware of everything going on. He also broke out into song a couple times in the OR & that helped to ease my nervousness. I would highly suggest Northwest Georgia Medical Clinic!

I love Dr Leezer, and would prefer to see her, but she’s hard to get an appointment with, and I ended up waiting almost an hour before seeing her multiple times. Otherwise, she’s awesome. I ended up usually seeing Dr Freeman because he stayed on schedule better, and I also appreciated that.

Dr. Leezer and Sonny Scoggins at NW GA are AMAZING. Dr. Leezer pushed for me to be able to have a VBAC and Sonny was the actual person in the delivery with me and it was such a great experience. The nurses in Labor and Delivery at Floyd were incredible too!

Dr Leezer all the way. I’m a mother of three. She was hands down the best. She delivered my daughter on her night off.

 

Doulas

Callie Swafford /Ma Doula Labor Support

Kelly’s Doula Service

 

Women’s Help and Support

Support for women and children going through abuse, domestic violence, unexpected pregnancy, homelessness, and other difficult times.

Exchange Club Family Resource Center

Women’s Information Network, Inc

Harbor House

Hospitality House for Women

Sexual Assault Center of Northwest Georgia

Open Door Children’s Home

Haven Health Clinic for Women

Rebecca Blaylock Child Development Center

 

Other

Babysitters of Rome/Floyd County

Twice is Nice Consignment
Huge consignment sales every August and February. Lots of deals for kids items and clothes, or option to sell.

 

1 Comments

  1. Erica

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    The Midwife Clinic in Rome – they do an amazing job, helping lots of females… I can give you more information about what they do in our community. Take a look of the website and contact Gina. Thank you.

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