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Peggy Ostrander, FNP

Peggy Ostrander, FNP

Age 56 Nursing (Nurse Practitioner) F
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Peggy Ostrander, FNP is a nurse practitioner in Plano, TX. She currently practices at Institute of Health Promotion.

Locations

  1. Institute of Health Promotion

    1. 1
      Samaritan Health Care
      617 E 16th St, Plano, TX 75074 Existing Patients: (972) 423-8110

Education

  • Rocky Mountain University, Doctor Of Nursing Practice, Other Education — 2012
  • Parkland, Residency Hospital — 1991
  • Parkland/UTSW, Internship Hospital — 1991
  • University Of Texas-Arlington, Family Nurse Practitioner Program, Medical School — 1991
  • Texas Women's University, Undergraduate School — 1989

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