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Angela Wright, APRN-CNP

Angela  Wright, APRN-CNP

Meet Angela Wright, APRN-CNP


Angela Wright is a Certified Nurse Practitioner with Dayton Center for Neurological Disorders.

In 2004, she graduated from Miami University and became a registered nurse. She had the privilege of working in the Surgical Intensive Care Unit at Kettering Medical Center for 17 years, specializing in neurocritical care.  She developed a love for patients with neurological and neurosurgical conditions. Her passion is stroke care and general neurology.  She believes the brain is the most fascinating organ in the human body!

She earned her BSN from Ohio University in 2016, then went on to earn her master’s degree as a Family Nurse Practitioner from Indiana Wesleyan University in 2019. She has spent the last two years working in primary care, but has always wanted to be a neurology nurse practitioner. 

Nursing and medicine is actually Angela’s second career. Family Studies was her area of concentration at Ohio University and she previously worked as a social worker with non-violent offenders and Child Protective Services.  She was inspired to pursue a career in nursing after spending two and a half months in the NICU with her premature sons. She wanted to “pay it forward” so to speak. She knows firsthand how compassion and kindness can make a difference to people living through a stressful and scary experience for themselves and their loved ones.

She loves to travel, go on beach vacations, read, and spend time with family and friends. Her and her husband have four children and have been married for 27 years.



American Academy of Neurology

American Association of Nurse Practitioners

American Association of Neurology Nurses



FNP. Indiana Wesleyan University. 2019.

BSN. Ohio University. 2016.

RN. Miami University. 2004.


American Association of Nurse Practitioners


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Hear From a Patient

“The minute I entered the door at DCND, I felt welcomed and comforted. My care team has always been top notch. They listen and work with me to manage my condition!”