Get to know Advanced Practice Registered Nurse & Board-Certified Family Nurse Practitioner, Natalie D. Hollis, who serves patients in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
Natalie is an advanced practice registered nurse & board-certified family nurse practitioner whose areas of expertise include women’s health, labor & delivery, medical surgical nursing and regenerative medicine. She has been working at Women’s Health Specialists, PLLC since July of 2020.
Located in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, Women’s Health Specialists, PLLC was the first all-female OB/GYN practice serving Middle Tennessee. Since 1999, it has been dedicated to meeting patients’ needs through all stages of life. The practice offers a full range of OB/GYN care provided by seven female physicians who work in tandem to give the best care available in Rutherford County and the surrounding areas. It is the goal of Women’s Health Specialists, PLLC to provide excellence through its highly qualified staff.
Back in 2005, Natalie earned her LPN certification from Tennessee Tech University. She then went on to complete her Associate’s Degree in Nursing at Motlow State Community College, her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree at Middle Tennessee State University, and her Master of Science in Nursing degree at Austin Peay State University.
In addition to seeing patients at Women’s Health Specialists, PLLC, she has been serving as a Charge Nurse with Southern Tennessee Regional Health System since November of 2017. She has been employed here since 2009 and worked in various units. Now, she offers women’s services, circulates Cesarean deliveries, as well as scrubs and assists surgeons. She has also begun serving patients in the Sparta, TN area with regenerative medicine at Tennessee Health & Wellness, PLLC. Here they utilize stem cells, amniotic fluid, and other modern methods to help improve patient outcomes related to chronic pain. In addition to these, lastly she also helps mentor and teach registered nurse students at Motlow State Community College as a clinical nurse adjunct faculty.
Continuously advancing her efforts, she remains an active member of the American Nurses Association and the Tennessee Nurses Association. She attributes her success to perseverance, having always wanted to excel and offer her patients the care they need and deserve.
An Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) is a nurse who has obtained at least a master’s degree in nursing. APRNs may work across various healthcare settings, including hospitals, ambulatory clinics or long-term care facilities. They provide medical support and preventative care to patients, along with additional responsibilities of coordinating patient care and using specialized knowledge to manage complex patient conditions. APRNs can diagnose and treat as well as order and interpret tests and prescribe medications.
A Board-Certified Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP-BC) holds board certification and provides continuing and comprehensive healthcare for the individual and family across all ages, genders, diseases, and body systems. FNPs maintain patient records, perform physical exams, order or perform diagnostic tests, prescribe medications, develop treatment plans, as well as treat acute and chronic illnesses, conditions, and injuries that fall under primary care.
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