Ranbir “Rosie” Sidhu, NP

Movement Disorders Nurse Practitioner

Ranbir "Rosie" Kaur Sidhu, NP

Ranbir “Rosie” Sidhu, APRN, NP-C, is a dedicated and compassionate healthcare professional with a deep commitment to patient care.

With a medical career that began at the age of 17, Rosie has devoted her life to making a meaningful difference in people’s lives through nursing.

Her journey in healthcare started as a certified nurse assistant in high school. She then advanced to become a licensed vocational nurse, a registered nurse, and eventually earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing. Rosie’s dedication to her field led her to achieve a master’s degree in science as a family nurse practitioner.

Rosie chose to specialize in neurology out of a keen interest in the brain and the nervous system. She is passionate about expanding her knowledge of movement disorders and is dedicated to implementing comprehensive care for her patients. Her caring nature and longstanding commitment to the geriatric population underscore her compassionate approach to healthcare.

Originally from California, Rosie moved to Texas in 2008. She has been happily married for 19 years and is a proud mother of three children—a 13-year-old daughter and twin boys who recently turned 8. In her personal time, Rosie enjoys traveling with her husband, watching movies, playing board games with her children, and shopping.

Rosie is excited to be part of the team at Neurology Consultants of Dallas, where she looks forward to continuing her mission of providing exceptional, compassionate care to her patients.


  • Master of Science: Family Nurse Practitioner May 2020 – Walden University – Minneapolis, MN, USA
  • Bachelor of Science: Nursing July 2015 – The University of Texas At Arlington – Arlington, TX
  • Associate of Science: Nursing December 2013 – El Centro Community College – Dallas, TX
  • Licensed Vocational Nurse: Nursing October 2006 – California Career College – Canoga Park, CA


  • Employee of the month (2007, 2008, 2009, 2015)
  • American Nurses Association -May 2020 to Present
  • Indian American Nurses Association of North Texas – August 2018 to Present
  • American Association of Nurse Practitioners – February 2020 to Present