Welcome To My OB/GYN
At her private practice, My OB/GYN in Fort Worth, Texas, Dana N. Snell-Hargrove, DO, offers personalized care where she carefully listens to patients problems. Seeing her feels like talking to a friend.
Before fulfilling her childhood dream of delivering babies and opening her practice in 2004, Dr. Snell-Hargrove joined the Texas Air National Guard while still in high school. Between high school graduation and college, she graduated from Environmental Health School of Aerospace Medicine and became an Environmental Health Technician.
Dr. Snell-Hargrove completed both her internship and residency at Genesys Regional Medical Center in Grand Blanc, Michigan. While there, she became the first African American to graduate from their Obstetrics and Gynecology program. She was also a member of the Student National Medical Association, vice president of the Association of Black Osteopathic Medical Students, and a member of the American Osteopathic Association and the Genesee County Osteopathic Society. She completed her final year at Genesys serving as a chief resident.
Dr. Snell-Hargrove retired from the military as a Major after 20 years as an accomplished leader receiving both the Air Force Commendation and Meritorious Service medals. During her service, she was a vital member of the executive management committee team and medical evaluation board. Her certifications included Combat Medical Readiness, Combat Casualty Care, Advanced Trauma Life Support, Advanced Cardiac Life Support, and Neonatal Resuscitation.
Dr. Snell-Hargrove is board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology. She was named one of the Leading Physicians of the World by the International Association of Obstetrics and Gynecologist. She’s also married and has two children. She delivers at Medical City Alliance Hospital and remains committed to providing quality, personalized obstetric and gynecologic care.
Without proper prenatal care, you run the risk of developing severe problems for both yourself and your unborn child. In fact, nearly one-third of pregnancies in the United States involve a pregnancy-related complication