About Us


 Dr. Kord Thomas Strebel grew up in Utah. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in just three short years. While attending graduate school at Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara, he was able to absorb all the culture and became fluent in Spanish. Dr. Strebel continued on to New York Medical College until being accepted into the residency program for Obstetrics and Gynecology at Wright University in Ohio. In 2005, started providing care to women and expectant mothers of the Las Vegas community. Dr. Strebel specializes in minimally invasive surgery using the latest in Robotic technology. He uses this knowledge to treat women suffering from infertility issues, dysfunctional uterine bleeding, and those suffering from bladder dysfunction. His desire and love of women’s health is what makes him such an amazing doctor.

 Dr. Matthew Grolle grew up in Mountain View, California and obtained his Bachelor Degree in Human Biology in 2004 from Stanford University. Dr. Grolle went on to Women’s Cancer Center in California, as a Clinical Research Assistant. Shortly after, he was accepted in the Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency program at the University of Nevada School of Medicine (UNSOM). In 2013, Dr. Matthew Grolle joined Dr. Strebel’s practice, where he has continued his training in minimally invasive robotic and laparoscopic techniques. Dr. Grolle, provides compassion and complete care to women suffering from issues such as painful periods, uterine fibroids or to those that may be planning for a family. He is most grateful to have the opportunity, to deliver babies and be a part of that special moment with his patients and their families.





Dr. Amy Rosenbaum grew up in Phoenix, AZ and began her love for medicine while in high school. Dr. Rosenbaum graduated Summa Cum Laude, from Arizona State University. She went on to Midwestern University -AZ College of Osteopathic Medicine (graduating on June 1, 2012).  She then attended the University of Nevada School of Medicine (UNSOM), Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency program. During her residency, Dr. Rosenbaum earned many awards and became fluent in Spanish. Her drive for excellence in her field is the reason Dr. Strebel and Dr. Grolle asked her to be a partner upon her completion of UNSOM residency. Since joining WHASN Central, Dr. Amy Rosenbaum has delivered many babies and performed weekly surgery on numerous patients in need. Robotic Surgery is a newer technique that she has quickly mastered. However, she chose the field of Obstetrical medicine to deliver babies. For Dr. Rosenbaum, the moment when a family grows is the most gratifying reason to be a doctor.


Theresa E. Chevalier is a highly focused and knowledgeable Board Certified Nurse Practitioner with a high standard of advanced level care in both a hospital and clinic setting.  With a positive attitude she is able to give encouragement and reassurance to women and their families throughout their pregnancy period. Her education began at East Texas Baptist University where she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing in 2002.  Immediately after graduating she began providing care as a registered nurse at Christus Schumpert to post-op gynecology/oncology patients, nursery, neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), and high-risk labor and delivery patients, as well as, critically ill patients with remote telemetry monitoring.  As she gained experience she became charge nurse and was responsible for developing and implementing education programs associated with specialty, organized, prioritized and delegated work communicated with a wide variety of people form diverse socio-economic and ethnic background under stressful conditions, and maintained effective working relationships with all personnel.

After relocating to Las Vegas in 2003 she worked at Nellis Air Force Base. Working as a registered nurse she promoted preventative and health maintenance care, provided direct patient care with a keen knowledge of professional care theories, principles, practices, standards and procedures to a select population of essentially healthy women and their babies in a variety of settings which included obstetrical, antepartum, intrapartum management, postpartum care, and immediate newborn care. The caliber of her nursing care did not go unnoticed, she was personally asked by the Thunderbird’s flight physician to be the nurse to care for her patients’ during the course of their labor process.  

With a passion for education and dedication to the nursing field, Theresa accepted a position as a Clinical Nursing Instructor at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2005. There she provided clinical supervision, instructed and evaluated students in a hospital and college lab setting. She demonstrated nursing skills and procedures, tutored students in preparation for tests so that they could go on to be successful health care providers. At this time she decided to further her own studies and after two years received her Master of Science degree in Nursing.

Since receiving her Master’s degree she has worked as an Advanced Practice Nurse with Dr. Kord Strebel. She provided a full scope of patient care to women throughout their life cycle; prenatal, antepartum, and postpartum care. Specialty procedures include insertion and removal of IUD’s, Endometrial biopsies, infertility, urodynamics, and insertion and removal of Nexplanon. In the absence of the physician she can assume the responsibility for clinic operations under the scope of the States Nurse Practice Act of Registered Nurse Licenses, effortlessly.

Her honors include Who’s Who Among Colleges and Universities 2002-2003, she received Advanced Education Nursing Traineeship Grant 2005-2006, and she was the recipient of the Clark County Medical Society Alliance Nursing Award, 2007. Theresa is also currently part of the National Scholars Honor Society and Sigma Theta Tau, Kappa Zeta Chapter. She is an active board member in the Treasure position for the Nevada Chapter Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN). Theresa is on the Maternal Health Coalition as well as, an active member of Nevada Advance Practice Nurses Association (NAPNA). In 2012 she was nominated for March of Dimes Advance Practice Nurse of the Year. Theresa is actively pursing her Doctorate degree and was invited to become a member of the Golden Key International Honor Society.

Working in women’s health she realized there was a need for women to be able to obtain affordable health care. In 2009 Theresa co-founded the Nevada Obstetrical Charity Clinic. Her non-profit organization is dedicated to helping women receive affordable health care, educate the community on the importance of Prenatal Care and early cancer screening, and work on research to bring the most up to date medical technology and procedures to the Las Vegas Community.