Meet the Providers
From day one of my move here from Detroit to Waldorf, I was met with warm smiles and open arms. The community embraced me and immediately became family. My relationship with my patients has continued to grow and flourish over the years. It is because of you, my patients, my family, that I have decided to embark upon this next great endeavor; the opening of Waldorf Women’s Care! You have shown me so much love and support and, I would like to return that love to you by giving you THE BEST care possible.
Thank you for encouraging me to follow my dream. With your help, Waldorf Women’s Care will lead the way in women’s health and wellness.
Meet Dr. Aryian L. Cooke
Dr. Cooke is dedicated to providing excellent obstetrical and gynecological care to adolescents and women of all ages. An emphasis on preventative care and the inclusion of patients in medical decision-making are key components of her practice. Dr. Cooke has special interests in adolescent care as well as minimally invasive surgery.
Meet PA. Morgan Covington (Kuhnmuench)
Morgan Covington (Kuhnmuench), PA-C is a board-certified physician assistant with a focus on women’s health and primary care. With an undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan in Neuroscience, Morgan began her clinical work assisting traumatic brain injury patients in a rehabilitative setting prior to attending graduate school. She attended the Physician Assistant program at Arcadia University where she obtained a Masters in Medical Science. During her physician assistant education, Morgan developed a love for primary care and found women’s health a unique setting to practice medicine which calls for personalized attention and compassionate care with each patient encounter.
“As a provider, I strive to listen to the patient’s individual needs and act as a trusted resource. Through education and guidance, I hope to assist our patients in making well-informed healthcare decisions. I thrive on cultivating open, honest, and lasting relationships with my patients. Helping women of all ages achieve health wellness through education and preventive care is what makes my practice feel so fulfilling. I approach each new day—and patient—with enthusiasm and determination, eager to learn and grow as a trusted healthcare provider. I am excited and honored to join the incredible team of physicians and staff at Waldorf Women’s Care.”
Meet Midwife/Women's Health Nurse Practitioner Catrina Richardson
Catrina Richardson, CNM/WHNP is a Certified Nurse Midwife and Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner. She is a native of Racine, Wisconsin and graduated from Tennessee State University and University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee where she earned degrees in biology/chemistry and nursing respectively. Before joining Waldorf Women’s Care, Catrina worked in many facets of healthcare including: clinical labs, IT nursing, and as a surgical ICU and labor and delivery nurse. Seeking to enhance her partnership with women, she attended Georgetown University where she completed her Master’s of Nursing with a concentration in midwifery and women’s health. She has emerged as a health provider ready to facilitate the standards of midwifery practice and promote the standards of quality in women’s health care.
Midwifery is the perfect avenue for me to use current medical and nursing literature to care for women, deliver babies, and form genuine relationships. I believe in being a partner in a woman’s individualized care. Giving women complete and accurate information to make informed health care decisions is my goal. I want the women I see to feel happy and supported with their experience. I look forward to working with the amazing team at Waldorf Women’s Care and meeting the women and families of the Waldorf area.