Joseph Gelinas, APRN-CNP

Nurse Practitioner located in Grove, OK

About Joseph Gelinas

Joseph Gelinas, ARPN-CNP, of Grand Lake Healthcare in Grove, Oklahoma, became a Paramedic in 1995. He provided Emergency transportation care on both the ground and in the air. In 2004 he became a Registered Nurse, a graduate of NEO A&M college, shortly thereafter he acquired his Bachelor's degree in Nursing from Oklahoma Wesleyan University.

He began managing the ER, ICU, and Telemetry for nearly 4 years. It was at a time Mr. Gelinas believed God was calling him to the bedside, so he enrolled in The University of Oklahoma Nurse Practitioner program, where he received his Master's degree in science. He became a certified Nurse Practitioner in Family Care in 2010.  He has continued to provide primary care for the people in the community which he loves so much.

Married to Cherlyn Gelinas for 16 years with four grown children and an adopted 7-year-old son, life is never boring.  Cherlyn is currently attending the University of Tulsa as a third-year law student.

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Joseph Gelinas, ARPN-CNP, of Grand Lake Healthcare in Grove, Oklahoma, became a Paramedic in 1995. He provided Emergency transportation care on both the ground and in the air. In 2004 he became a Registered Nurse, a graduate of NEO A&M college, shortly thereafter he acquired his Bachelor's degree in Nursing from Oklahoma Wesleyan University.

He began managing the ER, ICU, and Telemetry for nearly 4 years. It was at a time Mr. Gelinas believed God was calling him to the bedside, so he enrolled in The University of Oklahoma Nurse Practitioner program, where he received his Master's degree in science. He became a certified Nurse Practitioner in Family Care in 2010.  He has continued to provide primary care for the people in the community which he loves so much.

Married to Cherlyn Gelinas for 16 years with four grown children and an adopted 7-year-old son, life is never boring.  Cherlyn is currently attending the University of Tulsa as a third-year law student.


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