Dr. Desiree Brotsky

Dr. Brotsky is originally from Wichita, Kansas and has been practicing 6 years. She attended Friends University to attain her bachelor's degree in biology, then attended medical school in Kansas City. While at Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences, she met her husband. They graduated medical school together in 2006, then stayed in Kansas City, Missouri for their residency training. During that time, her oldest son Miles was born. They moved to Phoenix in June 2011 to escape the Midwest winters, where Dr. Brotsky worked at Arrowhead Women's Center for three years. Her younger son, Waylon was born during this time as well. She has owned her own practice since 2014, and is thrilled to start Pinnacle Women's Center alongside Dr. Branaman. Dr. Brotsky's hobbies are watching her oldest son play football and hockey, exercise and spending time with her husband and children. She is an active member of her church and enjoys supporting missions. She has a deep connection with her patients and is firmly dedicated to making their lives better. Dr. Brotsky is board certified in obstetrics and gynecology.

 

Dr. Rebecca Branaman

Rebecca Branaman is board certified in obstetrics and gynecology. She graduated from the University of Kansas School of Medicine. She trained at the Phoenix Integrated Residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Except for 2 years working in New Zealand she has practiced in the West Valley since 2001. 

Dr. Branaman is affiliated with Banner Thunderbird and Arrowhead hospitals. Her special interests include obstetrics, minimally ivasive surgery, and infertility. Away from the office she enjoys traveling, hiking, and watching her kids sporting events.

 
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Julie Cosa - Nurse Practitioner

Prior to becoming a Nurse Practitioner specializing in Women’s Health, Julie was a Bachelor prepared Registered Nurse spending the majority of her nine-year nursing career as an intensive care nurse in multiple critical care areas. Her greatest love was working with critically ill newborn babies in the Newborn ICU. 

While working so closely with these babies and their mother’s, Julie was inspired to return to school and pursue her Master’s Degree in Nursing, specializing in Women’s Health.  After years of seeing the result of poor pre-natal care, Julie felt that some of the unfortunate outcomes in her newborn ICU could have been prevented with better prenatal care and education for the expectant mothers.  

As a Masters Prepared Nurse Practitioner, Julie is dedicated to providing quality care and education to help inform and empower women about best possible treatment options in order to best manage their own personal health and the health of their babies.

Julie is excited to be a part of Pinnacle Women’s Care and work closely with her patients to ensure they receive the best possible care.