ABOUT JILL WOOTEN, NP

Nurse Practitioner

Medical Education

University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX

Having practiced nursing for nearly 25 years and as a Nurse Practitioner for more than a decade, nursing is a way of life for MacArthur’s Jill Wooten, WHNCP-BC as well as her legacy. Born and raised in Grand Prairie, Texas, she grew up watching her mother work, caring for patients as an RN for the Dallas County Public Health Department. Jill was always interested in her mother’s work, the techniques of care provided and how she interacted with patients. At age 15, Jill became a certified lifeguard and immensely enjoyed learning CPR and first aid. From that point on, the passion for serving and caring for the community would be foundational to her future professional pursuits in nursing.

She received a Bachelors of Science degree in Nursing from Texas Tech University. She went on to become a Certified Women’s Health Care Nurse Practitioner through the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. Her specialties include well woman exams, prenatal care, treatment of minor gynecological disorders, and sexually transmitted diseases. In addition, she focuses on educating women on the prevention of sexually transmitted diseases and unintended pregnancies.

She’s honored to be a part of MacArthur Medical Center and to serve the clinic’s diverse patients. Jill is extremely passionate about treating women in all stages of life. She enjoys building relationships with them as they grow from young adulthood into parenthood and beyond.

To that extent, Jill is most proud of her ability to partner with her patients to provide the most complete care based on specific situational factors of each case. Moreover, Jill enjoys educating women so that they can make well-informed decisions about their healthcare.

Outside of work, Jill enjoys spending her free time being physically active and walking outside. Her family includes her husband of 20 years and two daughters who are growing into outstanding young women of their own.