Family Nurse Practitioner Trisha Vigna Joins OMC Gainesville Clinic
Everyone invited to a free tailgate BBQ at OMC Gainesville before Bulldog
Basketball on Nov. 30
WEST PLAINS, MO-- Trisha Vigna, MSN, APRN, FNP, recently joined Ozarks
Medical Center (OMC) Gainesville Family Medicine. OMC’s family medicine
clinics are committed to improving the quality of life for all the people
in our region through accessible healthcare services.
Vigna is excited to make an impact in the Gainesville community and will
be present at OMC Gainesville’s free BBQ tailgate party on Nov.
30 before the Bulldogs high school basketball game. It will take place
at 37 Medical Drive in Gainesville from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. The first 100
people to arrive will receive a Gainesville Bulldog rally towel.
Vigna is a native of Mountain Home, Ark. where she graduated high school
and continued her studies at Arkansas State University where she completed
her prerequisites. Vigna went on to North Arkansas College where she earned
her Associate of Science in Nursing.
She spent four years at Arkansas Children’s Hospital where she provided
care and support to pediatric patients from birth to age 21. She also
spent time as a school nurse at Mountain Home Junior High and High School
and was a home health nurse at North Arkansas Home Care.
While pursuing her Masters, Vigna was a Registered Nurse at Baxter Regional
Medical Center Emergency Room for nine years, where she cared to patients
of all ages. She became a Nurse Practitioner at Fairlamb Senior Health
Clinic in 2016 where she specialized in geriatric care.
Her move to OMC Gainesville Family Medicine gives her the opportunity to
focus more on pediatrics while still providing services for women’s
health and geriatrics.
“We are very excited to see Mrs. Vigna join OMC Gainesville Family
Medicine said OMC Vice President of Medical Group Pam Ream. “Mrs.
Vigna will be a tremendous asset to OMC and the Gainesville community.”
Vigna and her husband, Franco, were recently married in September. They
have five children: Brock, 18; Kylie, 12; Kaden, 11; Drew, 10; and a foster
daughter that is 8-months-old. They are active members at East Side Baptist
Church where they are involved in children’s ministry. They love
to visit the lake, travel as a family and enjoy watching their children
play sports and dance.
Vigna joins Edward Henegar, DO, and S. Aaron Newton, M.D., at OMC Gainesville
Family Medicine located at 37 Medical Drive in Gainesville. Gainesville
Family Medicine is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more
information, call 417-679-4613. OMC Gainesville offers same day appointments.
All providers are accepting new patients.
Ozarks Medical Center is a system of care encompassing eight primary care
and 16 specialty clinics, along with complete rehabilitation, behavioral
healthcare and home care services. While the 114-bed acute care hospital
cares for more than 5,400 admissions, the entire medical system has more
than 364,000 patient visits annually in South Central Missouri and Northern
Arkansas. For more information about OMC, visit