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

Assistant Professor
Phone: (626) 815-5396
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.


  • 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.


  • 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


School of Nursing

  • Undergraduate Programs


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