Amy Joslin

Director of Nursing

Adult-Geriatric Acute Care-Nurse Practitioner, AGAC-NP

Mrs. Joslin is the Director of Nursing with Monroe Regional Hospital of Aberdeen. She has many years of experience, in the healthcare field, including administration. Amy joined the Monroe team in 2014, serving as the Nurse Manager for the Medical Surgical Unit and the Emergency Department.
In her current role, she is accountable for all of nursing services and ancillary services including Lab, Radiology, Respiratory, Surgery, Sleep Lab, Inpatient and Outpatient Therapy Services.

Before her joining the MRH team, Amy served as Trauma Program Manager at a Level II and Level III Trauma Center, with Baptist Memorial Hospital. She also worked in an industrial setting as the Medical and Occupational Nurse for Steel Dynamics in Columbus, MS. Specializing in Workman’s Comp, injury prevention, and ISO Quality Program for Industries. Over the years, she has been responsible for clinical, operational, and financial leadership for nursing both inpatient and outpatient. Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy development and growth management.

Amy received her Associate’s Degree in Nursing from the Mississippi University of Women, Columbus MS; her Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing, Phoenix University, and her Masters of Nursing AGAC-NP, Walden University. She has completed 550 clinical provider hours before graduating with her Master’s Degree in 2017. Graduating with honors and inducted into the Honor Society while completing her Masters of Nursing and received nominations for the Daisy Award and other scholar honors. She is currently certified as a TNCC Nurse, ACLS, ABLS, and PALS.

Her nursing career has been dedicated to creating high-quality care, reliable health processes, financial stability in both budgeting and staffing, and developing the next generation of nurses, to lead in these ever-changing times.