Meet the Staff
Dr Blaine Price, DO
Dr. Price is a family practice physician and is board certified by the American Osteopathic Board of Family Physicians. He was born in Lawton, OK but spent most of his childhood in the Shawnee and Tulsa areas. He served in the US Army as a forward observer and completed Airborne training at Fort Benning, GA before being stationed at Fort Carson, CO. He returned to college after being honorably discharged from the military and graduated from Oklahoma State University as a medical technologist, working in hospital and outpatient laboratories until starting medical school at OSU in Tulsa in 1998. His family includes his wife, Jeanna, who is a certified yoga trainer, and stepdaughter Cynthia, as well as a very spoiled dog, Henry, and cat, Fluffy. They all enjoy time outdoors (except the cat) and being at the lake paddleboarding. Dr. Price also drives a Boxster race car out at Hallett at least once a month, Jeanna can be talked into watching sometimes but has no desire to ride in it. They completely changed their lifestyle in 2015 and have seen the benefits firsthand which has fueled Dr. Price’s passion to truly help guide people to health.
Monica Stubblefield, RN
Monica has been a Registered Nurse for 21 years specializing in aesthetics for over 12, and bioidentical hormone replacement for 4 years. She started in aesthetics in California but moved back to Oklahoma when she was surprised with the news she was going to have twins! When she is not working she enjoys spending time with her kids, traveling, and doing things with her friends.
Angie is 23 years old and is going to school to become an RN. She attends Tulsa Community College and hopes to transfer to OU to attend their nursing program. Her goal is to one day work in pediatrics at St. Francis Children’s Hospital, but until then in her free time she loves to read, draw, spend time with friends and family, and of course enjoy an occasional Netflix binge. Even though she is not an outdoorsy person, if there is one place she could spend her entire life it would be near the ocean with her toes in the sand. She is a lover of all animals, however, she is more of a dog person. She hopes to one day have a pitbull named Eugene.
Brent received his EMT-Basic designation in 2011 and subsequently went to work for EMSA ambulance service. Brent completed Paramedic school in 2013 and began to work for Creek County Ambulance. In 2018 Brent joined our sister location, Center for Men. In 2019, Brent began working for Midtown Wellness while working towards his Nursing degree. Brent plays guitar and occasionally can be found playing in venues around Tulsa. Brent is father to two young sons who enjoy joining him at the gym and playing outside. Brent's long-term goal is to become a Nurse Practitioner and continue his focus on treating patients with hormone deficiency.