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UAPRN Board of Directors President Run-off!

Posted 4 months ago by Ashley Blackmon

Congratulations to Regina Canty as our next secretary and Patrice Little as our next Director-at-Large!

We had equal number of votes for our distinguished presidential candidates. Please see the bios below and vote here accordingly:

Nancy Hurlock: 
Dr. Nancy A. Hurlock is an Adult Gerontology Nurse Practitioner with over 18 years’ experience in Home and 
Community Healthcare and Leadership.
Dr. Hurlock started her career as a Registered Nurse in home health until she transitioned to her role as 
Clinical Manager and ultimately Executive Director overseeing multiple home health agencies.
She has since completed her Doctoral studies, earning a Doctor of Nursing Practice with a focus on Leadership 
in Healthcare. Her Doctoral project addressed Social Determinants of Health and its Impact on Older Adults, 
emphasizing the need to incorporate interdisciplinary practices to support the needs of the aging population.
She is a Consultant, Experienced Clinical Leader and Owner/ Practitioner of Above and Beyond Healthcare 
Services, LLC, dba Beyond Health Group, specializing in providing at home primary care, assisting with 
navigating patient transition from facility to home and educating patients and families on understanding 
disease management under a Home Based Primary Care model.
Dr. Hurlock has served on various committees to include American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), 
Bulloch County Chamber of Commerce , Health Industry Committee, Georgia Rural Health Industry and 
National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC).

Wilantha Silva: Wilantha Silva, Doctor of Nursing practice, Family Nurse Practitioner serves those who live with diabetes and other Endocrine disorders in the CSRA. She enjoys this subspecialty because it touches on so many aspects of a person’s life and health. She has worked in a variety of areas including corrections, homecare, and family practice. As an RN she worked ICU, Forward Surgical Team, Telemetry and Behavioral health. Her most rewarding career was serving in the Active Army for over 20 years. 
Wilantha believes the nursing profession is a rewarding career that has a major impact on the total health of the nation’s population. Nurse Practitioners are at the forefront and actively working to lead that charge. Wilantha actively works to keep her finger on the pulse of state policies and needs of our profession. When nurses come together to impact change, we create a sonic boom that can be felt worldwide.