Liz Lindsey, DNP, APRN, FNP-C
Dr. Liz Lindsey (Juarez) is a bi-lingual medical provider at Mission East Dallas that loves supporting patients in preventive medicine and treatment of chronic diseases, such as diabetes and hypertension. She was born and lived in Guatemala until 2000, when her parents were sent to plant churches in the United States. The oldest of four siblings, Dr. Lindsey has had a heart for serving others since she was young, and continues giving to the community through her roles at Mission East Dallas and serving as a part-time Clinical Assistant Professor at the Louise Herrington School of Nursing at Baylor University. She has a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree from Texas Women’s University and is board certified as a Family Nurse Pracitioner by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.
When she’s not helping others, you can find Dr. Lindsey spending time with her two dogs (Rocky and Charlie), watching movies, and traveling.
What our patients say about Dr. Lindsey
and the Medical Clinic:
“Love this clinic so much just because the staff are welcoming and I like Dr. Lindsay (Juarez), she’s very good with her patients.” – Adrian J.
“The staff is very friendly and helpful. The Doctor [is] OUTSTANDING.Happy I come here.” – Dewey H.
“Awesome place, best doctors and staff. Very bless[ed] to find this place, Mission East Dallas!!!” – Olga A.
- Texas Nurse Practitioners
- North Texas Nurse Practitioners
- American Academy of Nurse Practitioners
- Texas DNP
Evaluation of a palpable breast mass in a young female: Implications when working with underserved populations in the Journal of Women’s Health, Issues, and Care, Volume 7, Issue 3.