Submitting Request...

Nancy Shina, FNP-C

  • Meet Nancy
  • Location

Book an Appointment


Professional Center North
4650 Harrison Blvd Ogden, UT 84403


Board Certifications

Board Certified American Academy of Nurse Practitioner (AANP)

Procedures / Treatments

  • Acne Treatment Depending on the type, location, and severity of your acne, Ogden Clinic dermatologists use a number of treatment plans. These include topical medication, oral medication, or a combination of the two.
  • Cosmetic Dermatology Cosmetic & laser services that are designed to rejuvenate and restore skin.
  • Dermatologic Surgery Specialists at Ogden Clinic can effectively biopsy and remove skin cancer surgically. We also specialize in the removal of lipomas, sebaceous cysts, and lesions.
  • Filler Injections Dermal filler injections reduce wrinkles and creases on the face, replace lost volume, reshape the face, and define the lips.
  • Laser Skincare Procedures Skin resurfacing procedures that are used to improve the skin's appearance (fine lines, wrinkles, scars, sun damages spots, etc.).
  • Lesion Removal Large lesions or lesions in sensitive areas can be removed surgically with local numbing. For minor lesions such as warts, Ogden Clinic specialists can extract them with liquid nitrogen (cryotherapy) or salicylic acid.
  • Microneedling Microneedling is a skin rejuvenation procedure used on patients who wish to reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and scars on the face and body.
  • Mole Biopsy Suspicious moles should be evaluated by a medical professional who can determine if they are cancerous. During mole biopsy, all or part of the mole is removed for laboratory analysis.
  • Scar Treatment Scars form as part of the healing process when the dermis (skin) is damaged. The body forms new collagen fibers to fix the damage. Unfortunately, these new collagen fibers don’t have the same quality and texture as the surrounding skin – thus, these collagen fibers become visible scars.
  • Skin Tags Skin tags are a relatively common annoyance, usually presenting themselves on the head and neck area. It is unclear how or why skin tags develop, but they become more and more common as we age – 60% of people 70 years or older have multiple skin tags at any given time.


Westminster College
M.S.N, 2016

University of Massachusetts
B.S. Nursing, 1998


Ogden Clinic – Dermatology Nurse Practitioner
Ogden, Utah – 2016 to Present

McKay Dee Hospital – Staff Nurse
Ogden, Utah – 2005 to 2016

Children’s Memorial Hospital – Staff Nurse
Chicago, Illinois – 2002 to 2004

Holyoke Health Center – Assistant Manager and Nurse
Holyoke, Massachusetts – 1999 to 2001

Brigham and Women’s Hospital – Research Nurse
Boston, Massachusetts – 1998 to 1999


With nearly two decades of nursing experience, Nancy Shina has worked in surgical services, community health, urgent care, and family practice. Nancy is currently a nurse practitioner in dermatology with a special interest in managing skin conditions like acne, rosacea, psoriasis, and eczema. She’s also trained in surgical dermatology for aggressive skin conditions. Nancy is an advocate of skin cancer prevention and she enjoys performing skin cancer screenings and addressing her patient’s cosmetic concerns.

Originally from Boston, Massachusetts, Nancy and her family have lived in Ogden since 2003. In her free time, she enjoys being outdoors with her three children: skiing, paddle boarding, mountain biking and trail running. Nancy volunteers at several organizations in and around Ogden including her children’s schools and the Ogden Rescue Mission. She is fluent in Spanish.

Nancy Shina on Ogden Clinic's Blog

When is a Mole Concerning

Most people have a few moles that have grown with them since childhood. A mole can appear anywhere on the body and mole patterns are usually determined by genetics, sun exposure, or a combination of the two. Many of us have wondered at some point if our moles are harmless or if they may need to be examined. Nancy Shina, Dermatology Nurse Practitioner, shares some insight about when a mole may be concerning.




Professional Center North
4650 Harrison Blvd Ogden, UT 84403

Please click here for Ogden Clinic Holiday Hours

Request an Appointment
Note: Department hours listed below. Individual provider hours may vary.
  • Monday8:00a 5:00p
  • Tuesday8:00a 7:00p
  • Wednesday8:00a 5:00p
  • Thursday8:00a 5:00p
  • Friday8:00a 5:00p
  • Saturdayclosed
  • Sundayclosed