Dr. Amy C. Marshall, DNP*, FNP-C, APRN, MSN

Dr. Amy Marshall graduated from Ursuline Academy in New Orleans, LA.  She graduated Cum Laude and received her Bachelor of Science in Biology from Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, LA.  After working at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio as a Research Assistant, she joined the Air Force Reserves and graduated with honors.  She graduated Cum Laude from Texas Woman’s University with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and worked in the Parkland Operating room for many years.  She assisted in surgeries of neuro, ortho, opthamology and many others.  She worked as a home health nurse as well, taking medical care into a patient’s home.  She received her commission as a Captain in the Air Force Reserves and served as a battlefield surgical nurse attached to an Air Transportable Hospital unit from the Naval Air Station, JRB, Fort Worth, Texas.  She was awarded an incentive flight on an F-16 for her accomplishments.  


Suspending her career, she pursued higher education and graduated Cum Laude with her Master of Science in Nursing as a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) from Samford University, Birmingham, AL.  She began working as an FNP in 2012.  She became aware of the under diagnosis and poor treatment of those with hypothyroidism in her clinic.  An undiagnosed or under-treated thyroid can have long-term health consequences.  This inspired her to complete her Doctorate in Nursing Practice (DNP) from Samford University completing a research study on ways to improve the diagnosis of hypothyroidism, as the TSH is often inadequate.  Since adrenal and thyroid issues often present together, both are an integral part of becoming well.  


What is a DNP?  A DNP is a nurse practitioner that has furthered their education with a practice doctorate.  These doctorates are designed to improve patient outcomes by improving the delivery of health care. 


“Integrating the theories and principles in Dr. Tennant’s: Healing is Voltage, has allowed me to help my patients on many levels.  We have come to understand that there are many areas that must be addressed for a patient to get well and stay well.  Now in my practice, I can address the “why am I sick” instead of just covering up the symptoms.  When the “why” is discovered, then the process of healing can begin.”  Amy Marshall, DNP

*The Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) is a terminal professional degree in nursing practice, an alternative to the research focused doctoral degree. The curriculum for the DNP degree builds on traditional master's programs by providing education in evidence-based practice, quality improvement, and systems leadership.[1] Furthermore, the DNP is intended to be a parity degree with other health care doctorates such as psychology, medicine, and dentistry.[2] Advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) include the nurse practitioner (NP), certified registered nurse anesthetist (CRNA), certified nurse midwife (CNM), and the clinical nurse specialist (CNS) and are prepared in master's-degree programs that often carry a credit load equivalent to doctoral degrees in the other health professions.[1] Although approximately 52% of nurse anesthetist programs will award the DNP, the remaining 48% may use the title Doctor of Nurse Anesthesia Practice(DNAP).


Source; Wikapedia 7/12/2016



Dr. Amy C. Marshall, DNP, FNP-C, MSN, APRN, BSN

Captain (Ret.) Air Force Reserves



Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama              05/2015

Doctorate of Nursing Practice

Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama        2010-2012

             MSN, FNP-C, Honor Graduate

Texas Woman’s University, Denton, Texas,        1996-1998 

BSN, Cum Laude Graduate 

United States Air Force Reserve, Shepard AFB, Wichita Falls, Texas            05/1996

Basic/Medical Military Training, Honor Flight, Honor Graduate

Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, Louisiana,        1990-1994 

BS Biology, Cum Laude Graduate


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE_______________________________________________________

Family Care Center, Denton, Texas 

Family Nurse Practitioner       01/2012 – 06/2015

Amazing Grace Home Health, Lewisville, Texas

Home Health Nurse       03/2004 – 04/2010

Denton Regional Medical Center, Denton, Texas 

Surgical Nurse         02/2000 - 01/2001

Parkland Health and Hospital System, Dallas, Texas 

Surgical Technician/Nurse        06/1997 - 03/2004 

Surgical Nurse Internship Program        02/2002 - 03/2004

United States Air Force Reserves, Fort Worth, Texas 

Medical Assistant, Surgical Nurse, Retired Captain               05/1996 - 06/2005

University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, Texas 

Research Assistant              12/1994 - 05/1996


TEACHING EXPERIENCE____________________________________________________________

Clinical Preceptor: Family Care Center, Denton, Texas        2012-2015

Program Mentor: Amazing Grace Home Health, Lewisville, Texas        2008-2010 

Training new home health nurses

Internship Instructor: Parkland Health and Hospital System, Dallas, Texas        2002-2004

 Surgical nurse internship program educator for all operating room suites

Program Instructor: United States Air Force Reserve, Fort Worth, Texas        1997-2000

Surgical Training instructor for battlefield duties in Air Transportable Hospitals 

701st Airlift Squadron 

Teaching Assistant: Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, Louisiana        1993-1994 

Anatomy and Physiology

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TEACHING INTERESTS______________________________________________________________

Health Assessment

Anatomy and Physiology

Genetics and Genomics

Growth and Development

Maternal and Newborn Health

Vulnerable Populations

Health Promotion and Disease Prevention 


RESEARCH EXPERIENCE___________________________________________________________

Hypothyroid Research: DNP Program, Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama 2014-2015

Research Assistant: UT Health Science Center, San Antonio, Texas-          1994-1996 

Iron-regulated protein utilized in intracellular metabolism

Student Research Assistant: Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, Louisiana         1993-1994 

Neurologic effects of Malathion on acoustic startle response in aquatic animals


RESEARCH INTERESTS/SCHOLARLY ACTIVITIES____________________________________

Hypothyroidism/Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis


Maternal and newborn health

Health promotion and disease prevention through molecular nutrition

Grant written for “Baby’s First Year” calendar for health promotion/disease prevention of newborns 

targeted for Hispanic population



DNP Capstone research study will be submitted for publication 


POSTER PRESENTATION____________________________________________________________

State Level Conference: Hypothyroidism Research Study                            06/2015

American Academy of Nurse Practitioners National Conference, San Antonio, TX                     07/2016



RN, Texas Board of Nursing                          

APRN, Texas Board of Nursing                    

Family Nurse Practitioner-Certified, AANP               

DPS, NPI, DEA, Prescriptive Authority, BLS    


PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS_____________________________________________________

American Nurses Association 

American Academy of Nurse Practitioners

Society of Air Force Nurses

Sigma Theta Tau International 

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North Texas Nurse Practitioner Association



Samford University, MSN, Honor Graduate                 2012

Nurse of the Quarter, Amazing Grace Home Health                 2009

F-16 Incentive Flight, NAS JRB, Fort Worth, Texas                 2000

USAF Reserves Airman of the Quarter, NAS JRB, Fort Worth, Texas                 1999 

USAF Reserves Airman of the Month, NAS JRB, Fort Worth, Texas                 1999

Texas Woman’s University, B.S.N., Cum Laude Graduate                 1998

USAF Reserves Basic Training Honor Flight, Lackland AFB, Texas                 1996

USAF Reserves Basic Training Honor Graduate, Lackland AFB, Texas                 1996

Louisiana Tech University, B.S., Cum Laude Graduate                 1994


PROFESSIONAL/COMMUNITY SERVICE_____________________________________________

Keep Flower Mound Beautiful       2013-2015

Equestrian Therapy for high-risk adolescents       2012-2014

Health Screenings for Boy Scouts of America       2005-2006

Health Assessments for local churches       2004-2006



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