Arden Moulin, W.H.C.N.P.

Arden Moulin is a native-born Texan. She has lived in the greater North Texas area most of her life. She graduated from Plano Senior High School. In high school Arden started working at Medical City Dallas as a Physical Therapy tech and has been working in healthcare ever since. She received her registered nurse (RN) degree in 1987. As an RN she worked in the maternal child areas for 7 years. Those areas included Pediatrics, Pediatric ICU and Neonatal ICU. In 1995 she received her Women’s Healthcare Nurse Practitioners Certification degree from UT Southwestern Medical School.

Since graduating Arden has served on the North Texas March of Dimes Grant Committee for 2 years, has been an Implanon instructor, and a Nurse Practitioner clinical preceptor for Women’s Healthcare & Family Practice students. She has practiced in offices located in HEB, Grapevine and Flower Mound.

Arden’s areas of interest include gynecology, obstetrics, urogynecology, osteoporosis prevention & intervention, perimenopause, and menopause. She is BioTE trained and has a good understanding of the healthcare challenges in midlife. Along with caring for women Arden enjoys working with adolescents because of her background in pediatric care. In the past 20 plus years as a Nurse Practitioner she has cared for patients from 10 to 95 years of age. Arden believes that women need to participate in their evidence-based health care options and choices.

Outside of work Arden’s interest include organic gardening, tending to her backyard chickens, 18th-century rug hooking, and enjoying her grandchildren. Arden lives in Flower Mound with her husband and attends a local Methodist Church. She has been on medical mission trips to the Amazon and
Honduras.