The Team

Bradley Brad Moore, MD

Brad Moore, MD facog

Leah Pombo, women's health nurse practitioner

Bryan Jewell, MD facog

Dr. Moore grew up in the Atlanta area and attended high school in Marietta. He attended the University of Georgia from 1987-1991 on an academic scholarship and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology, Cum Laude, with General Honors.

Dr. Moore attended medical school in Augusta, Georgia at the Medical College of Georgia (MCG). It is here that he developed his love of ob/gyn while delivering babies and performing surgery. After graduation in 1995 it was off to internship and residency in Houston, Texas at the prestigious Baylor College of Medicine. After an interesting and exhausting four years at Baylor, Dr. Moore entered the U.S. Air Force as an ob/gyn at Shaw Air Force Base in Sumter,South Carolina.

It was while serving in the Air Force that Doctor Moore met his future wife, Deneen, in Atlanta. Brad and Mary Deneen Moore were married in the Grand Canyon by helicopter in 2003. Dr. Moore moved to Atlanta and began practicing at Northside Hospital in October 2002. To better serve his patients, he opened own practice in North Atlanta in 2005.

Doctor Moore's family grew by two in 2007. After many unsuccessful years of trying, Dr. Moore and Deneen conceived via in-vitro fertilization with the help of the Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine. Garrett and Ava were born at Northside Hospital in Atlanta and have been growing ever since.  When not working and spending time with the twins, Brad and Deneen enjoy time at the beach and the rolling hills of Kentucky (Deneen's family has a farm there). They also enjoy travel and good food.

Bryan Jewell, MD

Bryan Jewell, MD facog

Leah Pombo, women's health nurse practitioner

Bryan Jewell, MD facog

Dr. Jewell received his undergraduate degree in biology from The Ohio State University in 2003. He completed medical school and residency training at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio.


Doctor Jewell received many academic and humanitarian awards during his medical training. He was recipient of the Gold Foundation Humanism and Excellence in Teaching Award both in 2008 as a medical student and again in 2010 as an ob/gyn resident. This award, awarded by his peers, speaks highly of his caring demeanor, respect for others, and bedside manner. He is also a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society, awarded for high academic achievement in the study of medicine.


Doctor Jewell is married to his wife Katie who is also a physician specializing in neurology at Emory University. Together they have three children that keep them busy.  Dr. Jewell's outside interest include medical mission trips including travels to Jamaica, Cambodia, Bolivia, and Swaziland. In his spare time Dr. Jewell enjoys biking, running, baseball and golf.

Leah Pombo, WHNP

Leah Pombo, women's health nurse practitioner

Leah Pombo, women's health nurse practitioner

Leah Pombo, women's health nurse practitioner

 Leah Pombo, Women's Health Nurse Practitioner grew up outside of Columbia and graduated from the University of South Carolina (Go Cocks!). While obtaining her master's degree from Georgia State, she worked at Northside hospital in labor and delivery, as well as the Mother-Baby care areas. Leah has an extensive knowledge of pregnancy and care during the weeks following the delivery. She also has special interest in contraception and healthy lifestyles. She is available for routine well-woman exams as well as routine prenatal visits. When not working, Leah enjoys traveling with her husband and spending time with her family. 

Arbor Ob/Gyn and Unified Women's Healthcare

Medicine is a confusing and constantly changing landscape

We share an office with another small Ob/Gyn practice, named Arbor Ob/Gyn.  We began this relationship in 2005 and found that sharing expenses and overhead allows us to better serve our patients.  We do share call with the doctors from Arbor, but only for after hours and weekends.  We also share rent and our staff salaries.  I know it's a bit confusing, but it has helped make us successful and allows us to focus more on being doctors.  

In 2012 we joined the larger umbrella group, Unified Women's Healthcare.   We are now part of the largest group of obstetricians and gynecologists in the United States.  This helps us to negotiate better rates from our third party payers, give better benefits to our employees, and stay more compliant with the ever-growing list of regulations.  In summary, both of these partnerships allow us to be big while staying small