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Katie McCoy-Hill, RN, MSN, CNS, ANP-C

Assistant Professor
Phone: (626) 815-5396
Email: khill@apu.edu
McCoy-Hill is an assistant professor in the School of Nursing at Azusa Pacific University (APU). She is a clinical expert in critical care, trauma, and adult health nursing. Her certifications include: Critical Care Registered Nurse (CCRN); Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS); and Adult Nurse Practitioner (ANP). Her publications and presentations include: Family Centered Critical Care; Spiritual and Cultural Issues in End of Life Care; Hemodynamic Monitoring; and Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing. As a master teacher, McCoy-Hill has received several outstanding nurse educator awards from her students. At APU, she serves as a professional studies representative to the University General Studies Council, senior team leader, Undergraduate Council member, Curriculum Committee member, and a faculty advisor for the School of Nursing Pinning Ceremony. The university appreciates all of her contributions to the APU community.

Education

2005 Adult Nurse Practitioner, Post Masters Adult Nurse Practitioner Program, Azusa Pacific University, Azusa, CA.
1986 Master of Science in Nursing, Functional Area: Nursing Education Clinical Specialization: Adult Nursing, California State University, Los Angeles, CA.
1979 Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Senior Year Option in Critical Care Nursing, California State University, Los Angeles, CA.
1975 Associate Degree in Nursing, Mount St. Mary's College, Los Angeles, CA.

Credentials/Certifications
Registered Nurse, State of California
Adult Nurse Practitioner (AANP Certification)
Clinical Nurse Specialist, State of California
Public Health Nurse, State of California
CCRN Certification (AACN Certification)
Basic Life Support and Advanced Life Support Provider Certification
Community College Teaching Credential

Department

  • School of Nursing
    • Undergraduate Programs

Expertise

  • Adult Critical Care
  • Family Centered Critical Care
  • Hemodynamic Monitoring
  • Intravenous Cardiovascular Medications
  • Preceptor Development