Dara provides emergency stroke care services at Boone Hospital Center, a level one stroke center. She also provides inpatient care to patients who have a variety of neurological disorders.
Bio for Dara Osoego
Dara has nearly ten years of nursing experience in the Intensive Care Unit and a little over one year of experience in emergency medicine nursing. She did some travel nursing with assignments in California, Massachusetts, and St. Thomas, Virgin Islands. She also has experience in nursing education as both a clinical educator in the hospital teaching a variety of basic and critical care courses, and as an academic instructor in the BSN program at Lincoln University, teaching the critical care concepts to the final semester senior students. Since graduating with her Master’s degree, she has worked as a provider in the urgent care setting as well as in her current role in inpatient neurology.
Dara is from the small town of Cole Camp, MO. She is married with two step-daughters. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends. She also enjoys traveling. She is only a handful of states away from reaching her goal of going to all fifty states. She traveled to Peru with Medical Missions for Christ in 2008 and hopes to go on a medical mission trip again in the near future. She enjoys traveling abroad as well as state-side and has many destinations on her to-do list.
Dara obtained her Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing degree from Central Missouri State University (now known as University of Central Missouri) in Warrensburg in 2005. She went on to obtain her Master’s of Science in Nursing degree as a Family Nurse Practitioner from Walden University in 2016.
She is board certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner through the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AANP)