American Sentinel Welcomes New DNP Faculty Member

American Sentinel welcomes our newest nursing faculty, Joy Green-Hadden, DNP, MSN, BSN, RN, who has served as adjunct faculty for several months. “I’m extremely pleased with the caliber of coursework, the students and faculty at American Sentinel and am thrilled to become a full time faculty member,” says Dr. Green-Hadden. 

Dr. Green-Hadden is a Certified Nurse Practitioner, specializing in Endocrinology at The Frist Clinic in Nashville, TN.  She earned her Master’s Degree in Nursing, Nurse Practitioner Certification and in 2009 her Doctorate of Nursing Practice from Case Western Reserve University. 

As a certified researcher through the Institute of Health, Dr. Green-Hadden’s most recent study focuses on the empowerment of nurses in Tennessee.  ”My results were very statistically significant, and I was fortunate enough to have Dr. Joyce Fitzpatrick, a famous nurse researcher, as the head of my research committee,” she said.  Dr. Green-Hadden has also been accepted to present research studies at the International Research Congress, ISQUA Conference and the DNP Convention.

Professor Green-Hadden’s varied background includes emergency medicine, critical care, endocrinology, psychiatric care, urgent care, pediatrics, geriatrics and nursing administration. She also taught nursing for Middle Tennessee State University at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

American Sentinel is proud to have Ms. Green-Hadden on board!