Nixa, MO – Starting March 3, 2014, Beverly Gann, WHNP will be available to see patients for women’s health needs on Monday mornings at OCH Christian County Clinic in Nixa.
This is the first time a dedicated Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner has been available at OCH Christian County Clinic. Gann also sees patients at OCH in north Springfield. In addition to well woman visits, she provides contraceptive consultations, hormonal evaluations, family planning, and additional counsel for girls and adolescents with questions or concerns about puberty.
Gann is a long time resident of Christian County, graduating from Nixa High School in 1971. She attended the University of Missouri-St. Louis to complete her nurse practitioner training in women’s health and has been certified in her field for more than 17 years. In 2011, Gann was recognized as a Heath Care Champion Honoree by the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce and Springfield Business Journal.
“I look forward to working back in my hometown, reconnecting with friends, past students and others in the area,” says Gann. “I love what I do and I am so fortunate to be able to do it in the town I grew up in and am proud to call home.”
She can accept Medicaid, Medicare and UHC Military at this time. To schedule an appointment with Gann, call the clinic (417) 725-8250.
Ozarks Community Hospital (OCH) Christian County Clinic remains one of the largest health care providers in the area meeting the health needs of nearly 40% of Christian County residents. In addition to family practice, the clinic offers geriatric care, neurology, ophthalmology, pediatrics, podiatry, psychology, occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech language pathology, women’s health and a walk-in clinic. For more information, visit www.OCHonline.com.