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Kimberly Massey

Kim Massey
Title: Assistant Professor, Nursing
Phone: 706-864-1966

Office: Health and Natural Sciences 419, Dahlonega
Areas of Expertise: Nursing


Kim Massey is currently pursuing her PhD in Nursing at Georgia State University.  She is an Assistant Professor of Nursing and practices prn as a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She currently holds a Masters of Science and certification as a Family Nurse Practitioner.

Courses Taught

NURS 2130 Care of the Maternal/Child Client

NURS 1020  Nutrition Essentials of Nursing Practice

NURS 1100  Basic Concepts Essential to Nursing Practice

NURS 1110  Fundamentals of Nursing Practice

NURS 1130  Pharmacology

Simulation Lab (Medical/Surgical and Obstetrics)


  • MS, Family Nurse Practitioner, North Georgia College & State University, 2009
  • BSN, Nursing, North Georgia College & State University, 2007
  • ASN, Nursing, North Georgia College & State University, 2003

Research/Special Interests

Research interests focus on effects of combat deployment on the military member and their family.  Current research explored the experiences of combat deployed soldiers absent during the birth of their child.  Future areas of research will study the effects of communication and combat-related mental health on the military father's perceived relationship with his infant born during a combat deployment.

Work Experience

Ms. Massey’s nursing background includes obstetrics, psychology, and gerontology, as well as urgent care and family practice at the advanced practice registered nurse level.

Personal Information

Ms. Massey is a member of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses, and the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.  She currently serves on numerous committees, including the BSN Handbook Committee, Health Committee, Healthy Lumpkin Committee and the Military Committee. She received the BSN Leadership Award in nursing school and her highest military award was the Meritorious Service Medal.

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