Dianne Freeman-Moore, MSN, WHNP

Education:

  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing: City University of New York
  • Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner: State University of New York
  • Nurse Midwifery:  Frontier Nursing University: Hyden, Kentucky

 Professional Interests & Specializations:

Women’s Health Issues

 Length of time at PUSH:

I began at PUSH in 2011 in the GYN area. I also spent three years on the Nursing faculty at the Helen Johnson School of Nursing at Purdue. Additionally, I have practiced Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Riggs Community Health Center in Lafayette, and have been a clinician in a private medical practice in Lafayette.

Why do you like working at PUSH?

I enjoy my role as a female advocate. PUSH allows for a safe, resourceful place for women to come and seek healthcare and much needed information.

What is your philosophy of care?

I approach patient care with honesty, patience and a sense of humor. My practice is evidence based with an acute awareness of the human condition.

What do you like to do when you’re not at PUSH?

I have been married for forty years and have two exceptional grown children. We have been blessed with two “exceptional” grandsons. I spend my free time thinking of ways to spoil them rotten. I enjoy quilting, art journaling and watching Korean dramas (K-Dramas).