Whitney Reid

I am an “Okie,” born and raised in Oklahoma.  I was a competitive gymnast and collegiate cheerleader which developed my passion for health and exercise.  I loved math and science and the two combined lead me to my interest in medicine and becoming a PA before many people even knew about a Physician Assistant.  I graduated with a Bachelors in Nutritional Science from Oklahoma State University and then went on to attend the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine to complete my Master’s degree in Physician’s Associate.  I have practiced as a PA in Family Medicine since 2007, seeing mostly adolescents and adults with a passion for women’s health.

I am excited to be a part of the Remedy Team.  After facing a health challenge myself, I learned the importance of having the time and empathy to listen to my patients to provide the most accurate diagnosis; this model of medicine will allow me to provide this care.  I love to teach, educate, and partner with my patients to obtain their best health.

I enjoy spending time with my husband and three daughters.  We also live on land with chickens, fruit trees, and a garden.  We have two dogs, a bloodhound, Rosie and a Golden Retriever, Rocky as well as a bunny, Flop!  I love to travel, cook, and exercise and watch my girls doing the sports they love!  We have attended Life.Church for over 20 years. Go Pokes!!

Ready to Join the Remedy Team?

The direct primary care (DPC) model isn’t just better for patients, it’s rewarding for providers, too. DPC enables providers to take on fewer patients and dedicate more time to each of them. The result? Better health outcomes for patients and a healthier work-life balance for you.

If you’re a dedicated healthcare professional who wants to provide the highest quality care for patients and work alongside a caring, passionate, and inclusive team, apply to work with us.

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