Shana Doolin, DNP

Shana Doolin

School Attended:  Pacific Union College in Angwin, CA:  Associate and Bachelor’s in Nursing (ASN [1991] & BSN) along with Public Health Nurse (PHN, 1993).
California State University Sacramento, CA:  CA School Nurse Credential and Master of Science in Nursing (MSN, 2000)
Holy Names University (HNU), Oakland, CA: Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP, 2005)
Brandman University, Irvine, CA: Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP, 2017) :
Current Student at Walden University: Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) graduate Jan 2024

Specialization:  Family Practice,  MAT, Addiction medicine, Chronic pain, Diabetes, wound care, Aviation medicine, correctional forensics, public health, home health and school nursing, DOT Class A examiner

Message to Patients:  Evidence-based practice is offered to patients including cultural and religious beliefs.  The TMWIHC values are Integrity first: the willingness to do right when no one is looking. Quality: provide the highest quality of care as if each Pt is a family member.  Service: others first before self and have respect for everyone’s spiritual, cultural, physical, and emotional needs. Teamwork: Together Everyone Achieves More – the patient, family members, their communities,  and the TMWIHC team members. Patients need to be proud for their hard work they put into their health and pass it on to future generations. Teach a child to fish and she/he can feed a village.

Hobbies/Interests: LA Dodgers, SF 49ers, San Jose Sharks, and GS Warriors.  Travel, Alpine skiing, reading, mountain biking at ski resorts in their off seasons, flying, swimming, SCUBA diving, theater, symphony, and watching/attending sporting events.