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Muminot Ololade "Lola" Ogunmuyiwa, RN, MSN, AGNP

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Muminot Ololade "Lola" Ogunmuyiwa, RN, MSN, AGNP

Lola Ogunmuyiwa is a board certified Adult Nurse Practioner and Geriatric Nurse Practitioner. She is a member of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners, American Academy of Neurology and Alzheimer’s Association.

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  • Neurology

Provides Care Through

  • Seton Brain & Spine Institute Neurology

Additional Language Spoken

  • Yoruba

My Passion for Healthcare

My passion for healthcare began with the personal care I received when I was giving birth to my first child. I was inspired by the care of the nursing assistants, nurses and doctors. With encouragement and support from my husband, my interest in caring for others prompted me to pursue a career in healthcare. I have a natural passion for people and I find nursing to be deeply fulfilling and rewarding.

Services I Provide

  1. Dementia
  2. Alzheimer's Disease

My Clinical Focus

My current focus is on care for people with dementia and Alzheimer's disease.

Why Choose Neurology Care with Seton

The brain and spine are the most complex systems in the entire body. At Seton, we pride ourselves on using cutting-edge research and treatments to redefine what's possible in treating brain and spine conditions for the people we serve.

Our multidisciplinary neurology team includes world-class physicians and health providers who represent the full spectrum of neurological care. By working together, we offer the largest, most comprehensive neuroscience program in Central Texas.

From stroke treatment and recovery to managing Alzheimer's, dementia and epilepsy symptoms, or even addressing spinal cord injuries, we focus on finding treatment options that improve a patient's condition and his or her quality of life. We also address back and neck pain concerns, including scoliosis treatment and minimally invasive spinal surgery.

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