Britney Etheridge-Cox, MS, APRN, CPNP-PC, PMHS, is a board-certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner in primary care and a Pediatric Mental Health Specialist. Britney works in the Neurology department specializing in pediatric concussion and headache patients. Mrs. Etheridge-Cox completed her undergraduate degree at Texas Woman's University in Nursing and worked as a registered nurse in the pediatric intensive care unit at Children's Health for eight years. She was also a Nursing Educator for three years in the Intensive Care Unit before graduating with her master's degree in 2007. Upon completion of her Pediatric Primary Care Nurse Practitioner degree and certification she joined a pediatric private practice and focused on general pediatric care for three years. In 2010, she returned to Children's Health and joined the Pain Management Team and cared for acute inpatient pain patients and focused on chronic pain and headaches in the ambulatory care setting. In 2014, she shifted her role to help start the Concussion Program at Children's Health as the Program Coordinator and focused her patient care responsibilities exclusively to concussion and headache patients. Through the many years of dedicated care for concussion and headache patients, she saw a need to pay more attention to their mental health needs while in the clinic. In 2019, she advanced her mental health care studies to serve her patients better and completed her Pediatric Mental Health Specialist Certification. Britney enjoys helping her patients improve their health, recover from injury and reach their full potential in life.

Education & Training
  • Bachelor in Science of Nursing - Texas Woman's University
  • Master of Science of Nursing - Texas Woman's University