Meet the Staff

Heritage staff truly enjoys the process of attending to women during their visits and beyond. We work to make your experience at Heritage Birth Center the best experience for you and your family. Please feel free to stop by and visit with us.




Anchorage

Ambre Johnson-McCormick, Office Manager

With wide range interests in natural healing modalities, herbology and organic skincare, I find myself in a support role at Heritage and loving it! I have a background in women’s studies and health care studies; women’s health is my passion. I thrive in environments that encourage women’s strength and trust in their own bodies. Heritage does that and more. Thank you for allowing to be a part of your journey with motherhood.

Leah Hart, Office Manager




Palmer

Kaleigh Pannone, CBE Childbirth Educator/Doula

I am a childbirth educator, doula, and Motherled care advocate. After my own negative experience in the hospital for the birth of my first child, I knew that it was my calling to be the advocate I had needed in that experience. I have dedicated my life to the education and support of women so they can best make their own choices for their pregnancy and birth. I am the mother to two kind and generous sons and an intelligent and fierce daughter. I am married to a real estate mogul and aspiring Viking who wholeheartedly supports the crazy hours birthwork requires. I believe the best three things in the world are a hot cup of coffee, a good book, and a snuggly cat.”



Billing

Jessica Kiehner, Billing Manager

I consider myself lucky to work in an environment where I'm able to support midwives in their field and help care for our mamas and their sweet babies everyday. After years of infertility my husband and I were thrilled to welcome our sweet girl Norah in June of 2012. Receiving care from the Heritage midwives during my pregnancy only made me more dedicated to providing this experience for all of the Valley's women. I always love chatting with our moms, in clinic and out, about cloth diapers, slings, and pregnancy.

Jenna Ratliff, Billing