Molly Jobe, CNM

Molly Jobe, CNM

Born and raised in the South, Molly first learned of midwifery when studying anthropology at Mississippi State University. She completed her midwifery training at Emory University in 2016 and worked in community health, out of hospital and private practice settings prior to joining OBGA. She believes midwifery care is essential to improving health outcomes and advancing health equity in Georgia and beyond. She strives to practice within a social and reproductive justice framework and to work collaboratively with patients to make decisions about their reproductive health care. She has training in mindfulness based stress-reduction, trauma-informed care, and perinatal mental health.

When not practicing midwifery, you can find Molly hiking and playing outdoors with her husband Caleb and two boys, David (4) and Ethan (2).

"The least you can do in life is figure out what you hope for, and the most you can do is live inside that hope." - Barbara Kingsolver

Specialty & Interest

  • Physiology birth

  • Trauma-informed care

  • Mindfulness for childbirth/parenting


  • MSN
  • Emory University, 2016

  • BSN
  • Emory University, 2015

  • BS
  • Mississippi State University, 2014

Membership & Honors

  • Membership
  • American Midwifery Certification Board
    American College of Nurse Midwives (President)
    Postpartum Support International

  • Honors
  • National Health Service Corps Scholarship Recipient, 2015-2016


  • Exploring with her kids

  • Hiking

  • Camping

  • Running

  • Reading

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