Diana Namumbejja Abwoye, NP

A Nurse Practitioner (NP) is a Registered Nurse who is qualified through extensive advanced training to assume many of the same duties and responsibilities of a doctor, including serving as a primary care physician and writing prescriptions.

BS in Biology, University of Massachusetts Boston after earning her first degree at Makerere University Business School, Kampala, Uganda.

MSN-FNP (Master of Science in Nursing-Family Nurse Practitioner), Simmons University, Boston, MA

Currently a PhD candidate at Yale University’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.


Diana joined Lowell CHC in 2022. She is passionate about health equity, women’s health, global health, and public health. An award-winning nurse practitioner, she translated and published Our Bodies Ourselves into Luganda for readers in Uganda, founded and runs a vocational training program for teenage mothers in Kitgum Northern Uganda, and sits on various boards including Our Bodies Ourselves, Center for Genetics and Society’s Surrogacy360, and the Global Nursing Caucus. Her clinical interests include primary care, family medicine, pediatrics, LGBTQIA+ health, immigrant health, HIV/AIDS, MAT, and reproductive health. Before joining Lowell CHC,  Diana worked at Fenway Health and Health Care Without Walls. 

Similar Providers

Become a Patient

group photo

When you become a patient at Lowell CHC, you can expect a community centered, culturally rooted approach to wellness that puts you and your family first. Our providers offer truly integrated care, supported by the latest treatments and technology.