Angela Wardlaw, CPC, CMPE

Practice Manager

Angela Wardlaw, CPC, CMPE

Angela Wardlaw is the Practice Manager at Reply Ob/Gyn & Fertility. Ms. Wardlaw has extensive experience in health care administration including more than 17 years of service in clinical settings in Rocky Mount and Raleigh, North Carolina. She is a certified professional coder and practice executive with particular expertise in patient services, clinical operations, and […]

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Amanda Meisel, MSN, CNM

Amanda Meisel is a board-certified nurse midwife at Reply Ob/Gyn & Fertility. Ms. Meisel previously worked at Carolina Women’s Health Center in Sanford, NC, where she served as a certified nurse midwife for more than five years. She holds a Masters in Science of Nursing with a midwifery focus from East Carolina University in Greenville, […]

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Marissa Best

Marissa Best is an administrative assistant for Reply Ob/Gyn & Fertility. Ms. Best is a recent graduate in healthcare management. Prior to joining the team at Reply she worked with Growing Child Pediatrics in Raleigh, NC. Ms. Best enjoys spending time relaxing at home, relaxing in the pool, helping out at her church home, and […]

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Amanda Ayala, RMA

Amanda Ayala is a registered medical assistant for Reply Ob/Gyn & Fertility. Ms. Ayala received her RMA training and certification from Sanford Brown Institute in New York, NY, in 2008. Prior to joining Reply in 2019, her clinical experience included work with The Elite Medical Group in Brooklyn, NY; Chapel Hill Pediatrics and Adolescents; and, […]

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Sara Fawson, DNP, CNM, WHNP-BC

Sara Fawson is a board-certified nurse midwife at Reply Ob/Gyn & Fertility. Dr. Fawson relocated to the Triangle area in 2018 from Ogden, Utah, where she worked in women’s healthcare for more than 14 years, including as the principle clinician and owner of Women’s Health and Birth Care of North Ogden. She received her Doctorate […]

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Samantha Ratcliffe, WHNP-BC, CNM

Samantha Ratcliffe is a board-certified nurse midwife at Reply Ob/Gyn & Fertility. Mrs. Ratcliffe is a recent transplant to the Triangle area, having returned to Reply full-time after interning with the practice in 2018. She received her Master of Science in Women’s Health and Nurse Midwifery from Georgetown University, and completed her residency with AYA […]

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Amina White, MD

Dr. White is not seeing patients at this time. Dr. Amina White is a board-certified obstetrician-gynecologist and bioethicist, and Associate Professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at UNC Chapel Hill. She assumed the position of Director of Medical Professional Development at Reply Ob/Gyn & Fertility in July 2019, and is not providing clinical […]

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Elizabeth Tyson, MPH, CNM

Elizabeth Tyson is a certified nurse midwife at Reply Ob/Gyn & Fertility. Ms. Tyson originally hails from Chicago, and relocated to Cary, North Carolina, in 2016. She received her Master of Science in Nurse Midwifery and Master of Public Health in Maternal Child Health from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Ms. Tyson previously served […]

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Alex Simkus, RN

Alex Simkus is a registered nurse for Reply Ob/Gyn & Fertility. Since graduating in 2015, Ms. Simkus has focused her career on women’s reproductive health serving as a labor and delivery, antepartum, and postpartum nurse at The University of Virginia Health System in Charlottesville, VA and as a travel labor and delivery nurse for Aya […]

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Julianne Szymanski, RNC-OB, LCCE, CLC

Julianne Szymanski is the Clinical Nurse Manager and a registered nurse for Reply Ob/Gyn & Fertility. Ms. Szymanski is a veteran healthcare professional with over 13 years experience providing reproductive health services to woman and families in North Carolina, Colorado, and in many underserved communities across the globe. After receiving her nursing degree in 2006, […]

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