OKLAHOMA CITY - Katie Dickey chose medicine as her profession so she could combine her three loves: science, health and education.
Dickey, a family medicine physician assistant, recently joined Mercy Clinic’s primary care practice on Northwest Expressway.
“I like to have a fun, open and honest relationship with my patients,” she said. “I want them to know they can always trust me to address their health care concerns. My style of care is informative, personable and real.”
Dickey received her bachelor’s degree in health and exercise science from the University of Oklahoma in Norman, Oklahoma. She earned her master’s degree in physician assistant studies from Missouri State University in Springfield, Missouri. Prior to becoming a physician assistant, she was an electrophysiology technician for a large cardiology group in Kansas City, Missouri.
As a native Oklahoman, Dickey recently relocated back to the Sooner State from Missouri. She is married and has two sons and two dogs. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, crafting, traveling and playing with her kids. She is also a board member for the Miss Del City Scholarship Pageant.
To make an appointment with Dickey at Mercy Clinic Primary Care-Northwest Expressway, located at 8325 NW Expressway in Oklahoma City, call 405-728-8000.