Donna London MSN, FNP-BC is a Board-Certified Family Nurse Practitioner originally from the Midwest where she obtained her undergraduate degrees in nursing and healthcare administration (1988 and 1998 respectively). Her desire to become an advanced practice nurse developed as a result of her growing knowledge that there were thousands of Americans who didn’t have access to basic healthcare services, due to a shortage of primary care providers. It was at that time that she felt a deep responsibility to be part of the solution to fill the gap in underserved areas and for those patients who lack access to quality health care.
Donna later attended Oregon Health and Science University’s RN to BS nursing program where she graduated summa cum laude. She continued on to get her master’s degree in Maryville University’s Family Nurse Practitioner program.
Donna enjoys partnering with patients to meet their wellness goals including preventive care, managing chronic diseases, women’s health, men’s health and well child checks/sports physicals. While she enjoys working with a variety of patients and health care issues, she especially enjoys working with perimenopause and menopausal women, successfully assisting them as they begin to transition from one stage of life to another one. She believes this can be a transformative and exciting period in the lives of women…if an individualized approach to managing their physical and psychological needs are addressed.
Donna provides an integrative approach to patient care, combining traditional/conventional and alternative/complementary as appropriate. Following a patient centered care model, she is committed to providing care that is respectful of individual patient preferences, needs and values.
She has a passion for helping her patients achieve their wellness goals and believes a life well lived involves developing and maintaining a healthy mind, body and soul…regardless of the state of health or “illness” a patient is in.
In her spare time, Donna enjoys traveling, singing jazz, home decorating and spending time with loved ones.