Delia “Deedee” Pennington, RN, MSN, WHNP-BC

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Advanced Center for Women’s Health at Providence
2000 B Transmountain, Suite 200
El Paso, TX 79911
(915) 541-1144

Patient Satisfaction Survey

Overall Satisfaction
4.8 out of 5
345 Ratings

Delia Pennington, RN, MSN, WHNP-BC, is a women’s health nurse practitioner with Advanced Center for Women’s Health at Providence.  She graduated from Northeast Louisiana University in 1991 with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing.  Ms. Pennington began her career as a CCRN for a level one trauma unit at a leading healthcare facility in Shreveport, LA.  She moved to El Paso in 1996 and joined the labor and delivery nursing team at Sierra Medical Center.  This transition from trauma to labor and delivery lead her to the realization of how prominent women’s health care and education needs are in our community.  Deedee received her Masters of Science in Nursing and board certification in Women’s Health in 1998.  After fifteen years of working with El Paso’s women, her commitment to education and her zeal for her specialty has only strengthened.  She is dedicated to providing the highest quality women’s health care services available.


  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing – Northeast Louisiana University
  • Masters of Science in Nursing – Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner - University of Texas at El Paso School of Nursing
  • Post Masters – Adult Health - University of Texas at El Paso School of Nursing

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