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T.J. Cardiology Clinic Welcomes Ashley L. Robertson, DNP, AGACNP-C



Ashley received her Bachelor of Arts in biology from Lindsey Wilson College in Columbia and earned her accelerated BSN from the University of Louisville, as well as a Master of Science in Physiology. From there, Ashley moved to Durham, NC and attended Duke University School of Nursing to complete a Master of Science in Nursing and Doctorate of Nursing Practice. Ashley is certified by the ANCC as an adult gerontology acute care nurse practitioner.

When asked why she chose nursing, Ashley stated, “I have always enjoyed caring for people. Nursing was the logical career for me. From a working-class background, my parents instilled in me a sense of duty to my fellow man and the values of hard work, honesty, and integrity. Working in critical care is one of the hardest and most fulfilling careers. Serving patients and their families during the darkest times of their life - illness - is truly special.”

Throughout her career, Ashley has always wanted to move back to her hometown which is Russell Springs, where she now lives. Ashley’s hobbies include weight lifting, dance, ATV riding, visiting Lake Cumberland, and being with friends and family, including her mom, dad, two older brothers and their spouses. Ashley says she looks forward to serving her community and to continuing to grow as a professional while bringing top quality health-care to our region.

We are proud to welcome Ashley to the T.J. team!

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