Rahmat Na’Allah, MD, MPH, FAAFP
Dr Na'Allah is a family physician who specializes in high risk obstetrics and women's health. In her service as a board member of the Peoria City/County board of health, she is part of the community wide effort to reduce the number of babies born early and/or with low birth weight. CenteringPregnancy is one of the proven methods of decreasing preterm birth and reducing the wide gap between babies born to Black vs. White women. She feels privileged and honored to be part of this initiative to better the outcomes of our moms and babies.
Kari beth watts, do
Dr. Watts is a family physician who fell in love with obstetrics after delivering her first baby as a medical student. Originally from Michigan, she has done all of her clinical training in Peoria and is passionate about continuing to serve the women in this community. Dr. Watts believes that patients of all backgrounds deserve the same compassionate, equitable and high-quality care, and she is excited to provide that care through CenteringPregnancy at the Family Medical Center. She looks forward to seeing this program make a positive impact on the health of mothers and babies in the Peoria community!
Jimena is a community organizer committed to providing patients with the best quality of prenatal care. The amazing potential CenteringPregnancy has in reducing disparities in preterm births and low birth weight was the key factor that brought her to get involved with this program.
She is currently working on getting her Medical Assistance Certificate at Illinois Central College.
She is CenteringPregnancy Peoria co-facilitator for HHS - Carver and FMC.