Dr. Paula Kimpton is a family nurse practitioner who has worked in several settings, including emergency room, after-hours, and hematology and oncology. She is currently a family nurse practitioner in the orthopedic department at Dayton Veterans Administration Medical Center in Ohio.
Her experience in higher education includes serving as a preceptor for family nurse practitioner students at several universities, a clinical instructor in Wright State University’s College of Nursing and Health, an assistant professor of clinical nursing and coordinator of distance learning for the family nurse practitioner specialty at the University of Cincinnati, and a program director at Danville Community College.
She is a fellow of the Florence Nightingale Society and a member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, American College of Nurse Practitioners, the Association of Operating Room Nurses, and the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society, Beta Iota Chapter. She has presented at the American Nurses Association Quality Conference and at Wright Patterson Air Force Base where she was a nurse practitioner.
She earned a BS in Nursing from the University of Cincinnati, an MS in Nursing Administration from Wright State University, a Family Nurse Practitioner Post Graduate Certificate from the University of Virginia, and a DNP from Wright State University.