Ariana Crenshaw joins our Irving, TX pediatrics department at a nurse practitioner. As a nurse practitioner, Crenshaw helps patients find their best health and works with some of our youngest patients to ensure that they have a healthy start to life. Our pediatrics team is acclaimed in their attentiveness to patients and parents alike, addressing their concerns and answering any questions they might have about the health of their child.
Crenshaw attended Baylor University and began her medical career by receiving a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. While attending Baylor, she consistently made the Dean’s List and was a member of Sigma Theta Tau (the Nursing Honor Society) as well as the National Student Nurses’ Association. After completing her degree in nursing, Crenshaw attended Texas Woman’s and received her Master of Science in Nursing and Pediatric Nurse Practitioner.
Crenshaw has worked at a number of North Texas’ hospitals. She began her formal medical career working as a patient care technician, helping those in outpatient surgery. After that, she worked at the Baylor University Medical Center as a registered nurse, then later as a registered nurse at a children’s hospital in North Texas. Finally, she joined the team at the Medical and Surgical Clinic of Irving.
On top of helping out young patients at the MSCI clinic, Crenshaw also performs community service and enjoys helping out the community. Part of what inspired her to work in medicine is the satisfaction she receives helping people feel better and live healthy lives.