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Dana L. Greer, APRN-CNP

  • Accepting New Patients
  • Member of OU Health Physicians

About Dana Greer

I’m a native Tulsan and now reside in Bixby. I first announced I wanted to be a nurse in kindergarten! I graduated from Tulsa Junior College’s nursing program in 1988 at 19 years of age. I worked at Saint Francis Hospital and became friends with a new graduate that would greatly impact my career. She had grown up attending a camp for kids with type 1 diabetes. The following summer we attended diabetes camp together as volunteer nurses and I was hooked. In 1993, I began working in pediatric endocrinology. Soon I returned to college to become a nurse practitioner. I love taking care of kids and their families. As a pediatric nurse practitioner, the hardest part of my job is when my patients “outgrow” me and I have to refer them on to an adult provider.
Affiliations Schusterman Center – OU Health Harold Hamm Diabetes & Endocrinology Clinic, Schusterman Center
Health Education
  • College
  • Associates in Applied Science in Nursing Tulsa Junior College
    Tulsa, OK
    1998
  • Master of Science, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Pathway University of Oklahoma
    Tulsa, OK
    2001
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing University of Oklahoma
    Claremore, OK
    1998
  • Training
  • Master of Science in Nursing University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
    Oklahoma City, OK
    2001
  • Bachelor of Nursing University of Oklahoma School of Nursing
    Tulsa, OK
    1998
  • Board Certification
  • National Certification for Diabetes Educators 1994
  • National Certification for Diabetes Educators 1999
  • National Certification for Diabetes Educators 2008
  • National Certification for Diabetes Educators 2013
  • National Certification for Diabetes Educators 2018
  • National Certification for Diabetes Educators 1994
  • National Certification for Diabetes Educators 2014
  • Pediatric Nursing Certification Board 2001
Medical Interests Areas of Interest: Pediatrics, diabetes, obesity, growth, thyroid, and pituitary disorders
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