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Andrea Brooks, MSN, APRN-FNP
Clincial Assistant Professor
Office: Medical Center Health Complex 3331
Mrs. Brooks began her nursing career in 2004 after earning a Baccalaureate in Nursing from Middle Tennessee State University. She then completed a Master of Science Degree in Family Nurse Practitioner in 2010 from Western Kentucky University.
Prior to teaching, she has practiced in rural/community health, home health, and hospital case management. She began teaching at WKU in 2012 in the Master of Science Degree program and currently teaches Primary Care: Adult and Primary Care: Children and Adolescents. She continues to practice primary care in a rural health clinic in Middle Tennessee.
Mrs. Brooks is a member of American Nurses Association, Tennessee Nurses Association, Kentucky Coalition of Nurse Practitioners and Nurse Midwives. She is also a member of Macon County Advanced Practice Network and Lion’s Club International. Research interests include: rural health, access to care, end of life care, and use of electronic health records in curriculum.