Dr. Amanda Comer, DNP, FNP, ACNP, ENP

Dr. Amanda Comer received her Doctorate of Nursing Practice degree from Augusta University in Georgia following a Master of Science in Nursing from Vanderbilt University’s emergency nurse practitioner program.  Amanda is certified as a family, acute care and emergency nurse practitioner (ENP). 

Amanda has nearly twenty years of experience in the emergency setting including pulmonary/critical care medicine, emergency, trauma and urgent care.  Dr. Comer is the administrative director for hospital owned urgent care facilities in Mississippi and continues to work on staff at Magnolia Regional Health Center emergency department.

Dr. Comer is a founding member of American Academy of Emergency Nurse Practitioners and an active member of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.  Amanda serves as a board member of the Mississippi Association of Nurse Practitioners’ Political Action Committee and Tristate Provider Network.  Amanda has a passion for emergency nurse practitioner competencies and serves on the Mississippi Board of Nursing emergency scope and practice standards committee.  Her volunteer services include Camp Nurse with Victory Junction Gang Children’s Camp in North Carolina, Junior Auxiliary of Corinth, Vanderbilt’s Commodore Recruitment Program, and Daughters of the American Revolution. 

Dr. Comer’s research interests are emergency nurse practitioner competencies, organizational onboarding of ENPs and nurse practitioner fellowship programs.  Her passion remains to improve and advance the role of the nurse practitioner in the emergency setting.  

Amanda Comer