About Us

Growing up in Alaska Dr. Muller is well aware that there can be limited resources in our state for women with high-risk pregnancies. She founded Aurora Maternal Fetal Medicine with the goal of bringing state of the art integrative care to women in Alaska that will improve access to subspecialty pregnancy care and ultimately improve outcomes.

Maternal Fetal Medicine (MFM) is a board-certified subspecialty earned by an OB-GYN who has obtained advanced knowledge and training and are considered experts on the diagnosis and management of a high-risk pregnancy.

Our Office

Our office staff includes kind and professional receptionists who can help you with your scheduling, insurance, or travel needs. Our medical assistants invite you in and ensure you have everything you need during your appointment. Our experienced and certified sonographers operate state-of-the-art ultrasound technology to evaluate and monitor your pregnancy.


Our Providers

Our team of providers are passionate about their work and are dedicated to staying up to date and knowledgeable about the evidence-based practice guidelines and recommendations that guide them in providing the highest level of care to the women and families they care for.

Our providers have hospital privileges at Providence Alaska Medical Center, Alaska Regional Hospital, Alaska Native Medical Center and Mat-Su Regional Hospital.

Dr. Corinna Muller, DO, FACOOG

Dr. Muller was born at Providence Hospital in Anchorage, and grew up in Eagle River, Alaska. After graduating from Chugiak High School she obtained degrees in both Music (BA with emphasis in flute performance) and Biological Sciences (BS) at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks.

After college, Dr. Muller attended medical school at the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, and completed her internship at the University of Minnesota. Her post-graduate training took her back to Pennsylvania where she completed a residency in Obstetrics & Gynecology (Memorial Hospital) and a fellowship in Maternal-Fetal Medicine (Geisinger Medical Center).

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Jolene Campbell, DNP, APRN, WHNP-BC

Jolene Campbell grew up on Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula. She graduated with her Bachelor’s in Nursing from the University of Alaska Anchorage in 2001 and enjoyed over 17 years as a labor and delivery nurse. She expanded her education in 2015 earning her master’s in nursing and again in 2019 she graduated Sigma Theta Tau from the University of South Alabama with a Doctorate in Nursing Practice specializing in Women’s Health.

It is important to Jolene to learn something new every day and she continuously seeks out educational opportunities to enhance her nursing practice. She is known for taking the time to make sure her patients have a clear understanding of their care and ensuring that she is providing the best evidenced-based care possible.

She loves spending time with her husband, four children, two grandchildren, and numerous critters. When she has down time she enjoys reading, dabbling in arts and crafts, hiking, and participating in sprint triathlons.