Anne M. Bennett

Anne M. Bennett
Class of 1993
Critical Care Nurse Specialist for Memorial University Medical Center

Anne Bennett received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from Armstrong in 1993. She advanced her education at the University of Mobile, where she completed her Master of Science in Nursing in 1996. She is currently completing her Doctorate in Nursing Practice at Georgia Southern University.

Ms. Bennett is the Critical Care Clinical Nurse Specialist for Memorial University Medical Center. She is responsible for the Critical Care Division's clinical practice including the Trauma, Neuro, and Cardiovascular ICUs, Intermediate and Cardiovascular Step-Down units. Ms. Bennett deigned and now oversees the Critical Care Nursing Residency program.

She will be inducted in January as a Fellow of the College of Critical Care Medicine, is a member of four Nursing and Leadership honor societies, holds two Fellowships and is a recipient of the AACN National Circle of Excellence Award, League of Nursing's Lamplighter Award, the MUMC Education & Research Excellence Award, as well as many others.

While busy with work, serving on national nursing committees and doctoral studies, Ms. Bennett is still readily available to mentor Armstrong nursing students and faculty. She is a regular guest lecturer, always willing to help nursing students understand the importance of collaborative work and excellence in care for patients and their families. Bennett continues to give back to Armstrong which she credits for providing the educational foundation that has guided her career.