LVAD Nurse Manager
Maggie grew up in NW Oklahoma in the small town of Fairview. She attended the University of Oklahoma and received her Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing in May of 2006. Maggie spent the year of 2007 in Tanzania, Africa with a mission organization, Village Schools International, as a teacher and nurse in the village of Sawala. Outside of teaching and sharing in the lives of the students, a large amount of focus was spent on HIV/AIDS education to the surrounding villages. Maggie enjoys watching and participating in sports of all kinds, especially basketball. Immediately after returning from Tanzania, she coached basketball, taught Health and Wellness, and was school nurse in Canton, OK. She became clinical coordinator of the Carter Home Health and Hospice branch in Enid in 2010, and most of her nursing career has been in the home health/hospice setting. In her spare time, Maggie enjoys her second job as a skin care consultant and involving herself in the community through volunteer opportunities.
Maggie joined IACC as an LVAD coordinator in December of 2013, with the seed of passion for advanced cardiac care planted when a distant cousin in a neighboring state received an LVAD. Maggie’s passion has since blossomed and her focus is on improving quality of life in the patient with an LVAD. As an LVAD coordinator, she learned how to care for the heart failure patient from pre-implant to post-implant. In January 2016, Maggie transitioned to nurse manager of the LVAD program here at INTEGRIS, where she can continue to make a difference in the quality of life the patient will achieve with the assist of a heart device. Maggie is proud to be partnered with an incredible team at INTEGRIS Advanced Cardiac Care to make INTEGRIS’ LVAD program the best in the nation.
Maggie Old Crow, RN, BSN
INTEGRIS Advanced Cardiac Care
LVAD Nurse Manager