Sheela Solomon - MSN, CNP

Sheela Solomon - MSN, CNP

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My Areas of Practice
Health promotion, Disease prevention, Promoting exercise, Relaxation, Meditation and imagery for stress reduction

General Information

Gender: Female

Accepting New Patients: No

Additional Languages
  • Kannada
  • Hindi

Practices at

Womens Center
6500 Excelsior Blvd.
St. Louis Park, MN 55426

Education & Certifications

BSN: Bethel College
Arden Hills, MN

Certification: Minnesota Board of Nursing

Certification: Nurse Practitioner National Certification Corporation

Medical Degree: University of Minnesota

MSN: University of Minnesota
Minneapolis, MN

Professional Associations & Awards

Sigma Theta Tau Honor Society of Nursing; Association of Women's Healthcare Obstetrical and Neonatal Nurses


Sheela Solomon is a Women's Health Nurse Practitioner. She started her medical education and career in India 35 years ago. She completed her Bachelors in Nursing from Bethel University and then worked as a labor and delivery nurse at Methodist hospital from 1991 – 2000. Sheela then completed her Masters in Nursing from the University of Minnesota in 2001 and has been working at Park Nicollet’s Minneapolis clinic since then. She was on the Deans list throughout her education and is a member of the National Women's Health Nurse Practitioners Association. She enjoys working with women from all walks of life. She is known to be an astute diagnostician and is well versed in detecting abnormalities. Through her own life experiences, she has learned how to best help her patients cope with life events; that is with compassion, treatment, encouragement and appropriate referral. Sheela serves women from their teens through adulthood. She enjoys serving pregnant women from antepartum to postpartum and loves to watch their families grow. Sheela promotes self care mentally, physically and emotionally through stress reduction strategies such as meditation, positive thinking, balanced nutrition and physical activity. She loves to teach her patients about their health issues and how best they can take care of themselves.