Christi DeWitt, PA, was born and raised in Purcell, Oklahoma. She earned her Bachelor of Science in biology education from the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond, Oklahoma. DeWitt went on to teach high school anatomy, physiology and biology where she cultivated her interest in the medical field.
She later completed her master’s degree in health sciences from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in 2005.
Since earning her master’s degree, DeWitt has worked as a physician assistant for several leading area clinics including the Oklahoma City Clinic, Urgent Med, Southern Plains Medical Center, South Oklahoma City Women’s Healthcare and Integris Family Care South.
DeWitt is currently affiliated with the American Association of Physician Associates and the Oklahoma Association of Physician Associates. She is national board certified and holds certifications from the Oklahoma Medical Board and from the American Heart Association.
A teacher at heart, DeWitt enjoys being able to educate her patients about their health. She is passionate about the direct primary care model, which allows her to spend more one-on-one time with patients.
DeWitt has been married to her husband, Derrick, for nearly 20 years. Together, they have one daughter, Ella who is 8 years old. When not working, she enjoys running, hiking, traveling with her family and watching Ella play sports.