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  • Professional Statement

    Tyndal Michele Jones was born at Fort Bliss, Texas in El Paso. She was raised in this military town on the border of Mexico which afforded her the opportunity to meet many people of diverse backgrounds and upbringing, and experience the Latin culture. It was here that she learned to speak and write basic Spanish.

    While in high school, Tyndal discovered a keen interest in human anatomy and physiology in her health education class. She later met the wife of a cousin who was an obstetrician/gynecologist who became a role model and had a profound influence in Tyndal's decision to pursue a career in the health field. Upon graduating from high school, Tyndal pursued a career in nursing, and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from the University of Texas at El Paso in 1987. Having been brought up in a military family, Tyndal felt a career as a nurse in the Army Nurse Corps would afford her the greatest opportunity to achieve her personal and professional goals while providing a chance to travel and experience the world. Briefly before going on active duty, Tyndal worked as a nurse at R.E. Thomason General Hospital in El Paso, Texas in Labor & Delivery. It was there that she discovered a passion in women's healthcare, which she took with her into the military.

    During her first year on active duty, Tyndal enrolled in an intense, five-month OB/GYN Nurse Specialty Course at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. She graduated number one in the course and received honors of recognition for her accomplishment. It was here that Tyndal decided to pursue a career in medicine in the field of obstetrics and gynecology. Upon returning to her permanent duty station, she enrolled in Augusta College and began completing the math and science prerequisites for medical school, and she also started preparing to take the medical school admissions test. One year after fulfilling her commitment to the military, Tyndal applied to and was accepted at the prestigious Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia. She once again graduated number one in her class in 1996 and received numerous awards in recognition of this most honored accomplishment. She then applied to and was accepted at the infamous Emory University School of Medicine Department of OB/GYN for residency training.

    After completing her residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology in 2000, Tyndal went into private practice, working initially for Georgia Center for Female Health as a physician employee. In 2002, Tyndal received her Board Certification in Obstetrics and Gynecology from the American Board of OB/GYN. Tyndal acted upon her passion for the business aspect of medicine, and in 2003, she began her own private practice, Signature Women's Healthcare, where she works today. She is driven to provide exemplary medical care to the female patient with a sense of care and compassion delivered in a personal manner. She has a special interest in fibroid uterus, and in the management of menstrual disorders. She manages both normal and high-risk obstetrics, and performs in-office surgical procedures such as Essure tubal occlusion, hysteroscopy with and without endometrial ablations, and others, as well as hospital-based procedures. She also evaluates and treats infertility, abnormal pap smears, and a host of other conditions affecting the female patient.

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