Tammy Haley

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Ms. Tammy Haley 
Coordinator of the BSN Program
Division of Biological and Health Sciences

M.S.N University of Pittsburgh 2002
B. S. N. Georgia College and State University 1995
A. S. N. Macon College 1990

 

 

        Tammy came to Pitt-Bradford in 2003.  Her research focuses on women’s health issues, specifically those affecting rural adolescent women, and pediatric medicine.

        Tammy brings a great deal of real-world experience to the Pitt-Bradford classroom.  Prior to her faculty appointment, she practiced as a nationally certified Family Nurse Practitioner specializing in Women's Health. Tammy also has many years of clinical experience as an R.N. in the pediatric and med-surg areas, and received her national certification in pediatrics in 1990.

        In addition to her faculty responsibilities, Tammy continues to practice as a Family Nurse Practitioner in the Bradford area and is active in the local community supporting various organizations as a volunteer, including the McKean County S.P.C.A, and the Friendship Table. Outside the classroom, she enjoys camping, quilting, and home improvement projects.

 

What is the most rewarding aspect of teaching at Pitt-Bradford?
I take great joy in seeing students apply what they learn. It is nice to see students leaving the classroom and having a positive impact on the lives of patients and their families in a clinical setting.

What do students enjoy about your classes?
My students enjoy the interactive nature of class. Nursing students here have the opportunity to gain real-world experience by working closely with expert faculty members and gaining hands-on, professional experience in a clinical setting.

What makes teaching at Pitt-Bradford unique?
It is an attractive campus for incoming students. Students have accessibility to their professors, who are experts in their field, and first-class resources are available here.

Why should a student choose Pitt-Bradford?
Students should choose Pitt-Bradford because of the individual attention they receive. It is easy for students to get direct assistance in a casual, non-intimidating setting.