A part of the Medical and Surgical Clinic of Irving’s pediatric department, Margaret Sperry is a registered nurse practitioner. A graduate of Texas Woman’s University, Sperry has helped families across North Texas enjoy a healthy start. As a pediatric nurse practitioner, Sperry enjoys working with the Irving clinic’s youngest patients and does her best to make sure they have a healthy development in their early years.
Sperry started her medical career at Texas Woman’s University, where she earned her Bachelors of Science in Nursing and graduated magna cum laude. She went on to receive her Masters of Science in Nursing. While at TWU, Sperry presented professional research projects and consistently made the Dean’s List.
During her time at Texas Woman’s University, Sperry started working in the medical field. At first, she was a medical assistant for a pediatric care clinic in Garland, and then later joined a private medical practice in Richardson. After she graduated from TWU, Sperry became a patient care technician at a Methodist hospital. Before joining MSCI, Sperry was a registered nurse at a neonatal intensive care unit. In the neonatal care unit, Sperry helped deliver children, provide prenatal care, and served as an Evidence Based Practice Council member.
On top of her experience as a medical professional, Sperry is certified as a Low Risk Neonatal Nurse, certified in basic life support, and is also certified in neonatal resuscitation protocol. She is licensed as a registered nurse in Texas as well as a pediatric nurse practitioner.