Amanda Comer

Amanda Comer received her Masters of Science of Nursing from Vanderbilt University. She completed the Emergency Nurse Practitioner Program and is now triple certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center as a Family Nurse Practitioner, Acute Care Nurse Practitioner and Emergency Nurse Practitioner. She is currently pursuing her Doctorate of Nursing Practice.

Amanda has over ten years of experience in the acute care setting, including pulmonary/critical care medicine, emergency/trauma department and the urgent care setting. Amanda currently serves as the clinical director for hospital owned urgent care facilities in Mississippi and continues to work on staff as a provider at Magnolia Regional Health Center Emergency Department.

Amanda Comer is a founding member of American Academy of Emergency Nurse Practitioners and is also an active member of the Mississippi Nurses Association and American Association of Nurse Practitioners. Her volunteer services include Camp Nurse with Victory Junction Gang Children’s Camp in North Carolina, Chair of Casework with Junior Auxiliary of Corinth, Vanderbilt’s Commodore Recruitment Program and Board Member of the Tristate Provider Network.

Amanda’s areas of interests include healthcare policy, nursing leadership and quality improvement measures in the urgent care/ambulatory setting. Her passion remains to improve and advance the role of the nurse practitioner in the emergency department.

 

Amanda Comer - amanda@aaenp-natl.org