Mary Abernathy, MD
is an Associate Professor of clinical Obstetrics & Gynecology at the Indiana University School of Medicine. See More >>
She has been practicing maternal-fetal medicine since 1996. Her focus is on improving the lives of her patients using new and innovative approaches including centering pregnancy care for high-risk complicated pregnancies. She believes that every woman deserves access to quality prenatal care and that a safe pregnancy best occurs through well-coordinated patient-centered care.
She enjoys working with her patients to improve their chance of a successful pregnancy. Aside from medicine, Dr. Abernathy enjoys walking and spending time with her family. Dr. Abernathy received her Doctor of Medicine from Indiana University School of Medicine. She completed her obstetrics/gynecology residency followed by her maternal-fetal medicine fellowship at Indiana University School of Medicine.
Dr. Camila Arnaudo
is a psychiatrist affiliated with Indiana University Health Bloomington Hospital and Indiana University Health Paoli Hospital. See More >>
She received her medical degree from University of Maryland School of Medicine and has been in practice between 11-20 years. She is one of 17 doctors at Indiana University Health Bloomington Hospital and one of 5 at Indiana University Health Paoli Hospital who specialize in Psychiatry.
Brandi Brinkerhoff, NP
is a board certified Nurse Practitioner in Women’s Health. See More >>
She obtained her Associate of Nursing in 2010, her Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 2011, and her Master of Science in Nursing in 2015, all from the University of Indianapolis. Brandi started her nursing career as a bedside nurse on a Pulmonary Medical-Surgical unit, before spending 4 years as a Labor and Delivery nurse on the OB Intensive Care Unit at Indiana University Health, University Hospital. Upon obtaining her MSN, she transitioned into the advancer provider role with Maternal Fetal Medicine in 2015.
Brandi has a DEA waiver to prescribe buprenorphine for up to 30 patients. She works in the inpatient setting to help pregnant women with Opioid Use Disorder initiate onto buprenorphine and the outpatient setting to monitor those women during their pregnancy.
Sarah Gopman, MD
is a board certified family physician at Eskenazi Health and is an Associate Professor at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine. See More >>
She received her medical degree from the Oregon Health Sciences University School of Medicine in Portland in June 2000. She graduated from the UNM Family Medicine Residency Program in June 2003. In November 2005, Dr. Gopman completed a Maternal and Child Health Fellowship in our department, and then joined our faculty as an Assistant Professor but was promoted to Associate Professor in the Clinician Educator Track in 2015.
Dr. Gopman enjoys teaching fellows, residents, and medical students and serves as the Education Director for the Maternal Child Health Program. She trains our Family Medicine Maternal and Child Health fellows and Obstetrical residents in pregnancy management, cesarean section, tubal ligation, and basic ultrasound. She also delivers prenatal care to a variety of communities, including rural and Spanish-speaking patients.
She has a special interest in the care of women affected by substance abuse during pregnancy, as well as their families, including management of opiate dependence and neonatal abstinence syndrome. She attends in the Milagro clinic and on the Maternal and Child Health Service, as well as in the Intermediate Care Nursery.
Gloria Haynes, CAPRCII, MATS
is the Lead Peer Recovery Coach in the Eskenazi Hospital’s Emergency Department (ED) with Project POINT. See More >>
She is Indiana’s first Peer Recovery Coach to work in an Emergency Room setting. In 2017, she was awarded the Indiana Recovery Coach of the Year. Gloria is committed to long term recovery and has been since May 30, 2008. She is dedicated to supporting those who seek recovery, whatever path they chose.
is a Clinical Services Specialist at the Department of Child Services across the majority of the northern Indiana counties. He is a Certified Sexually Abusive Youth Counselor (CSAYC) and a Certified Trainer through the Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence (ICADV). See More >>
He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Indiana University – Bloomington with majors in Psychology, Criminal Justice, and Religious Studies. He then attended graduate school at the University of Dayton, where he earned a Master of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology. After graduate school, Todd began his professional career at the Family and Children’s Center (FCC) in Mishawaka, Indiana where he was employed for twelve years.
While at FCC, Todd spent four years working with 10-19 year old girls in a residential setting. The majority of these youth had significant histories of being emotionally, sexually, and/or physically abused. The next eight years were spent working in FCC’s outpatient office evaluating and working with sexually maladaptive youth referred by the local juvenile court system.
Additionally, Todd spent time as the Domestic Violence Program Coordinator where he trained other professionals to become state certified group leaders while personally running a number of weekly groups for abusive men and women over a seven year period. Todd has also spent several years managing two FCC group homes and worked for a year as the Treatment Director at a local foster care agency.
For the past 7½ years, Todd has been employed by the Department of Child Services as a Clinical Services Specialist across the majority of the northern Indiana counties. He is currently a Certified Sexually Abusive Youth Counselor (CSAYC) and a Certified Trainer through the Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence (ICADV). Todd has professionally presented on various topics related to domestic violence, sexual offending, sexually maladaptive youth, juvenile, risk assessment, and on forgiveness (thesis). These presentations have been given at the local, state, and national level. Lastly, Todd has taught a variety of psychology classes at Ivy Tech and Indiana University – South Bend between 2002 and 2018 (recently stopping to spend more time with his two year old daughter).
is an attorney who focuses his practice in health care and pharmacy litigation, health care and pharmacy regulatory, all aspects of long-term care, professional licensing and liability, product liability, white collar criminal defense, trucking litigation, and general tort and business litigation. See More >>
He represents clients in the fields of long-term care, pharmacy, medicine, white collar state and federal criminal investigations, trucking/transportation, and engineering. Ed represents and defends manufacturers of various products in federal and state courts through the nation. He also represents professionals and businesses before governmental regulatory and licensing boards.
Carol Ott, PharmD, BCPP,
is a Clinical Professor of Pharmacy Practice in the Purdue University College of Pharmacy and a Clinical Pharmacy Specialist in Outpatient Psychiatry at Eskenazi Health and Midtown Community Mental Health in Indianapolis. See More >>
Dr. Ott is a member of the Indiana Medicaid Drug Utilization Review Board, where she has served as the Chair and Vice-Chair, and a member of the Mental Health Quality Advisory Committee for Indiana Medicaid. She serves on the College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists (CPNP) Foundation Board and is a past Secretary of the CPNP Board of Directors. She is a consultant to the Psychotropic Consultation Program for the Department of Child Services/Indiana University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry, as well as the Tippecanoe County Public Defender's Office.
is a certified addiction peer recovery coach for WeCare and CARE study programs working with women of childbearing age, pregnant, and post-partum women and their partners. See More >>
She is trained to educate on breastfeeding, safe sleep, smoking, mental health, birth spacing, nutrition/food insecurity, and to provide support to these women and their partners in their recovery from substance use and other disorders. Grace is also able to meet them where they are in their lives mentally, emotionally, and physically in their own environment. Every pathway to recovery should be valued and praised, and Grace happy get to support that through her work and share her experiences with others every day.
Danielle Patterson, MD
is a psychiatrist and the Addictions Fellow at the Indiana University School of Medicine. See More >>
Dr. Patterson’s interests include young adult psychiatry, preventative medicine, addiction psychiatry in women, postpartum, attachment theories and psychodynamic psychotherapy for addiction treatment.