Gloria J. Nichols, WHNP
RN: San Antonio College, (1976)
BA: University of Texas at San Antonio, (1984)
WHNP: UT Southwestern at Dallas Nurse Practitioners Program, (1998)
MSN: Walden University, (2009)
DNP: Walden University, (2016)
Board Certification: Women’s Health Care Nurse Practitioners National Certification Corporation
Associations: American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health, Texas Nurse Practitioners, and Nurses Christian Fellowship
Gloria Nichols, Women's Health Care Nurse Practitioner, received her initial nurse's training at San Antonio College and went on to receive her bachelor's at UTSA. She later completed her Nurse Practitioners program at UT Southwestern Medical Center, completed her Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) at Walden University, and a Doctorate in Nursing Practice (DNP) from Walden University.
Gloria landed in San Antonio in 1970 while in the Army at Fort Sam Houston and has been a Women's Health Nurse Practitioner for over ten years at Seven Oaks Women's Center.
Gloria's particular interest in Women's Health is adolescence health care. She believes she has a professional responsibility to be a credible, reliable, and trustworthy source of information for the patient. Gloria understands women have special needs, and her goal is to help address those needs.
Gloria is married and writes poetry, music, and short stories, and she loves to sing and play the tambourine. Gloria is also an ordained minister with the International Congress of Churches & Ministries.