Stacie Cooper MSN, RN, FNP-C, ENP-C is a board-certified nurse practitioner in family and emergency medicine. She has lived in the Warrior area most of her life and graduated from the local Mortimer Jordan High School. Being able to provide patient care to this community that she feels connected to has been extremely fulfilling.
Stacie works closely with Dr. Michael Patton to provide urgent care and primary care for patients of all ages, from six months to geriatrics. She received degrees from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, a Bachelor of Nursing Science in 2005 and a Master of Nursing Science in 2016. Currently, she is working on a Doctorate in Nursing practice to advance her education and knowledge.
After almost ten years of nursing, in 2016, she started a new journey as a nurse practitioner at our clinics Rural Primary Care South and Urgent and Primary Care South. Her ten years of nursing experience as a critical care nurse helped shape her practice of working with families and maximizing their potential health. Stacie aims to provide patient-centered, evidence-based care for disease-specific health needs. She works at Rural Primary Care South on Friday and Urgent and Primary Care South on Saturday and Sunday.