Danielle Dixon, DO
Dr. Dixon previously worked as a hospital and outpatient-based Pediatrician at Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) in Louisiana & California beginning in 2015 and has always been driven to help people but particularly the less fortunate. She received her doctorate of medicine from Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine and she completed her internship and pediatric residency at Oklahoma State University Medical Center (OSUMC). She also received her Master’s in Public Health from The University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Dixon received her undergraduate degree from The Ohio State University (OSU). She is a National Health Service Corp Recipient (NHSC).
She enjoys mentoring at-risk youth & adolescents as well as aspiring physicians and public health professionals. She contributes yearly with philanthropic giving to The Ohio State University Foundation with the 3D. Dr. Danielle Dixon Scholarship Fund to a deserving student who exemplifies the three dimensional (3D) characteristics of scholarship, leadership and service.
She is also passionate about physician wellness and wellbeing and advocated for physicians during the COVID-19 pandemic by speaking to Senators at the White House. These efforts resulted in the passing of the Dr. Lorna Breen Health Care Provider Act. This act aims to prevent and reduce suicide, burnout and behavioral health conditions among health care professionals.
Dr. Dixon enjoys spending time with her family which includes her 4-year-old son Jackson, her husband Raymond & the family dogs, Isaiah and Rambo. She also volunteers her time in a number of civic groups and looks forward to making an imprint in this community.