CLAIRE WHITE APRN-CNP
Claire White is a board certified Family Nurse Practitioner through the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. Claire began her nursing career at Our Lady of the Lake College in Baton Rouge Louisiana. She worked several years in Acute Care Hospitals before furthering her education. She completed her Master’s of Science in Nursing at Angelo State University in San Angelo Texas. Worked two years in Men's Health, then worked with Internal Medicine evaluating and treating broad spectrum conditions. The past two years she has worked alongside Dr. Harold Pierre Board Certified Addiction Specialist in helping those with substance related addictions. She strives for personal wellness and helping those who are truly passionate about adopting Wellness Lifestyle.
DR HAROLD L. PIERRE MD
Dr. Harold Pierre’s journey to medicine has been anything but direct. Life has taken him from Brooklyn to Haiti and from electrical engineering to a stint in the CIA—yes, the Central Intelligence Agency, serving in 14 countries in three years. But, it was a course in biology, taught at a community college, that ultimately kindled Harold’s interest in medicine.
With experiences so diverse, it’s no surprise that Harold would ultimately find his way into combining the myriad of seemingly disconnected disciplines of anesthesiology, addiction medicine, regenerative medicine, testosterone replacement therapy and pain management.
Harold earned a BS in Electrical Engineering from The University of Maryland at College Park, an MD from the Medical University of South Carolina at Charleston before completing his Anesthesiology Residency at Johns Hopkins Hospital, where he was named 2003’s Resident Teacher of the Year.
Since arriving here in Tulsa, Harold has served as Staff Anesthesiologist at Tulsa Hillcrest Medical Center, was Medical Director of Hospice Services at Interim Healthcare Hospice, is currently Co-Director of Anesthesiology at Hillcrest South Hospital, and hosts a podcast called unHOOKED where he helps an international audience overcome addiction.