Helping adults find their best health is a core part of the Internal Medicine department at the Medical and Surgical Clinic of Irving. Lindsie D. Smitherman, a certified family nurse practitioner, helps ensure that adults of all ages receive the treatment they need to deal with a variety of illnesses and conditions. Working with Doctors Cebik and Maddox, Smitherman assists in diagnosing and treating patients.
Lindsie started her career in medicine by completing her general education at Washburn University, after which she attended Baker University School of Nursing. There, she completed her clinical experience to become a registered nurse. Afterwards, she enrolled in Texas Woman’s University family nurse practitioner program. Over the course of her education, she gained experience and training needed to help patients. For instance, she worked in an urgent care center, helping patients deal with unexpected illnesses and injuries while making critical decisions on their treatment. She also worked as a nurse practitioner, assisting in medical evaluations, tests and care.
Lindsie has accomplished a great deal in her career so far. While in school, she attended and presented at the Sigma Theta Tau Convention on cardiopulmonary resuscitation. She also participated on the National Society of Leadership and Success for Sigma Theta Tau due to her performance in school. While committed to helping her patients at the Medical and Surgical Clinic of Irving, Lindsie is also active in community service, helping out in programs like March of Dimes and the White Rock Marathon benefitting the Scottish Rite Children’s Hospital.