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Anthony Echols, APRN-CNP

Anthony Echols, APRN-CNP
5.0 out of 5 

Location

Utica Park Clinic
1245 S. Utica Ave., suite 203
Tulsa, OK 74104
Phone: 918-579-2540

Specialty

Rheumatology

Anthony Echols, APRN-CNP, has practiced health care in Oklahoma since 2016.

Anthony became interested in the medical field at a young age. “I have many family members who have careers in health care,” he says. “With their influence, I have a desire to participate in improving the health of others.”

When treating patients, Anthony keeps a positive mindset. “With the right encouragement and knowledge, people’s health can improve drastically,” he says. “I am happy to help provide what I can in order to assist patients in improving their life.”

Anthony teaches people that getting healthy has to be a personal decision. “It is a complete lifestyle change for many, but the benefits of living an active life are worth the effort,” he says. “Anyone can get healthy with the right insight.”

Anthony received a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing at the University of Central Arkansas in 1996. He completed a Master of Science degree in nursing at the University of Central Arkansas in 2000. He earned a Registered Nurse First Assistant Post Graduate Certification from San Angelo State University in 2012.

When he’s away from the office, he enjoys spending time with family, participating in triathlons, being outside and being involved with his church.

Anthony welcomes new patients and accepts most insurance plans.

     Utica Park Clinic
     1245 S. Utica Ave., suite 203
     Tulsa, OK 74104
     918-579-2540

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 07/27/2022

Seen in a timely manner, pleasant and helpful staff.

   — Barbara McGregor


 07/04/2022

Best thing UPC has done in a long time, to give Dr. Horton some backup. Mr. Echols explains what has been done, what needs to be done and why it needs doing. He takes away the medical talk and explains in everyday lingo that one can hear and understand. He knows my chart; what tests I have had or need to have and makes sure I understand. Could not be in better hands with my new buddy, Mr. Lupus. Thank you Mr. Echols.

   — Delenerick Coleman