Alison Nash, MD
A native St. Louisian, Dr. Alison C. Nash graduated from Northwest High School in 1973. She went on to attend Howard University in Washington DC, graduating Magna Cum Laude with a B.S. in Chemistry.
Dr. Nash was awarded the Armed Forces Health Professions Scholarship which enabled her to attended Baylor College of Medicine and earn a Doctor of Medicine degree. She entered the United States Navy as an ensign. During her 11 years of service, she completed pediatric residency training at Naval Hospital Oakland, California, served as Director of the Pediatric Clinic, Naval Station Treasure Island, California, and was staff pediatrician at Naval Hospital Okinawa, Japan, and attained the rank of Lieutenant Commander.
Upon completion of service in the US Navy, Dr. Nash joined her father Dr. Homer Nash’s pediatric practice located in North St. Louis. She has been in pediatric practice in St. Louis and a member of the medical staff of St. Louis Children’s Hospital since 1989.
Dr. Nash’s life, pediatric practice and community involvement testify to her commitment to improving children’s health. Dr. Nash is married to Clarence Dula and has four children. She enjoys reading with her book club, cooking with and for her family and is looking forward to being a grandmother!
- American Board of Pediatrics
- Texas Board of Medical Examiners
- Missouri Board of Medical Examiners
- Preceptor for the Community Outpatient Practice Experience (COPE) program, providing primary care training for St. Louis Children’s Hospital pediatric residents since 1994 (president-elect of the medical staff from 2007-2009, and president from 2009-2011)
- Community physician representative on the Executive Faculty Council of Washington University School of Medicine, 2012-2014
- Medical Director of Healthy Kids Express, a community outreach program of St. Louis Children’s Hospital and BJC
- Mound City Medical Forum member
- American Academy of Pediatrics fellow
- Active with the Boy Scouts of America; having served as a Cub Scout den Leader from 2004-2009
- Advocacy Board member of the Family Resource Center, an agency that provides programs to prevent and treat all forms of child abuse and neglect
Awards and Achievements
- CORO Women in Leadership program, 1991
- Named Community Advocate of the Year by St. Louis Children’s Hospital and was recognized by Focus St. Louis “What’s Right with the Region” for “Creating Positive Environments for Children and Youth,” 1999
- Stellar Performer in Healthcare award from the St. Louis American foundation, 2012
- Lifetime Achievement award from the St. Louis Gateway Classic Sports Foundation, 2012
- Lifetime Achievement – Community Service Award from the Montfort Pointe Marine Association, St. Louis Chapter, 2015
Andrea Mouldon, RN, PNP
Andrea Mouldon has been at Nash Pediatrics since 2011. Prior to becoming a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner (PNP), she worked as a registered nurse for 19 years, including 12 years at St. Louis Children’s Hospital. She is also a member of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP).
Andrea finds working with children every day to be a privilege. Her goal is to provide compassionate, competent care to patients and families and to educate families and help them in their endeavor to raise happy, healthy children.
Andrea Mouldon lives in Glen Carbon, Illinois. She has two children (son Andrew and daughter Lydia), and in her free time, enjoys spending time with her kids, going to their soccer games, scrapbooking and exercising.
Andrea Mouldon earned her RN from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville and her PNP from the University of Missouri-St. Louis.