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Kristina Davis


Emergency Nurse Practitioner Program Director

Associate Professor

Dr. Davis has over 20 years of broad nursing experience, from working as a licensed practical nurse with chronically ill pediatric patients to teaching doctoral candidates in both Family and Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Programs. Dr. Kristina Davis is a certified ENP-C, FNP-C, and AGACNP-BC. She received a Doctor of Nursing Practice and a Master of Science in Nursing from the University of South Alabama in Mobile.

Clinically Dr. Davis works as a sole provider for a Level IV Trauma Critical Care Hospital with responsibility for admissions, admitted patients, and managing emergency department patients. Academically, she is an Associate Professor and ENP Program Director at Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions in Provo, Utah. Dr. Davis is an active member of AANP, AAENP, ENA, RNO, and NONPF.

Dr. Davis has received many awards for her professional services including, AANP Wyoming State Award of Excellence, 2020, RMUoHP Kings Peak Award in 2020 for virtual simulation innovation and 2021 for the development of a variety of nursing programs, and RMUoHP Plateau Award in 2021 for the development of the ENP curriculum.

Dr. Davis special interests include active involvement in shaping healthcare policy, APRN advocacy, course development, international endeavors, and the pursuit of medical mission trips. During her free time, she enjoys outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, kayaking, or skiing.