Mendy G. McMichael RN, DNP

Mendy G. McMichael RN, DNP


BSN (Jacksonville State University, 1993)
MSN (Jacksonville State University, 2002)
DNP (University Tennessee, 2008)

Having earned my Bachelor and Master of Science in Nursing from Jacksonville State University (JSU), and Doctorate of Nursing Practice in Public Health from the University of Tennessee, I have attained more than 25 years of nursing experience, including serving on the nursing faculty of Jacksonville State University. I have taught in both baccalaureate and STEP (RN to BSN) programs.

During my tenure in nursing education, I have taught in the classroom and in the clinical arena, as well as on-line courses. I began my career as a staff nurse in Labor and Delivery at Northeast Alabama Regional Medical Center (NEARMC) and from there went on to the Lurleen B. Wallace College of Nursing and Health Sciences at Jacksonville State University. I was also staff nurse in birth suites at St. Vincent’s, and nurse manager of Obstetrics and Pediatrics at NEARMC. I also served as the interim Director of Education at NEARMC. I have services as a consultant for Harris, Cleckler, Hollis & Shamblin, L.L.C., Alabama Coalition Against Domestic Violence, and the March of Dimes, and as an NCLEX EXCEL instructor for Drexel University. I am also a member of Sigma Theta Tau. I received multiple Faculty Research Awards at JSU. I currently am on the breastfeeding task force and the NAS task force at NEARMC.  I have also presented multiple oral presentations at local, state, regional, national and international levels.

I am a Nursing Educator Sepcialist and former Virtual Instructor at ATI. I continue to work part time as a staff nurse in a newborn nursery, lactation and certified childbirth educator. In my role at ATI, I provide direction for the curricular content of all pre-licensure RN and PN assessments and remedial products.