Nicole Golden, M.S.N., APRN, NP-C

Nicole Golden, M.S.N., APRN, NP-C

  • Internal Medicine - General Internal Medicine
  • Adult Gerontology
  • Prevention and Management of Chronic Diseases

Biography

Nicole Golden, M.S.N., APRN, NP-C, is a nurse practitioner in the Department of Internal Medicine at UT Southwestern Medical Center. She specializes in adult gerontology.

Certified by the board of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners, she joined UT Southwestern as a nurse practitioner in 2016.

Originally from the United States Virgin Islands, Ms. Golden has spent more than 20 years working as a health care professional. Her clinical interests include prevention and management of chronic diseases and management of acute illnesses. She also serves as a preceptor for nurse practitioner students and educates nurses and medical assistants by participating in Gather and Learn presentations.

She is active in several professional societies, including the American Association of Nurse Practitioners and the North Texas Nurse Practitioners organization. She is also an active member of the Women’s Business and Resource Group and serves on its outreach and social networking subcommittee. She is passionate about quality improvement projects and facilitated a medication safety committee to improve clinical and system practice performance.

Ms. Golden was a co-author of a case study published in American Journal of Medical Case Reports. She has received multiple PACT recognitions from UT Southwestern and was ranked as a top Advance Practice Provider in 2018.

Personal Note

When she’s not at work, Ms. Golden enjoys volunteering, mission trips, and participating in “Walk with a Doc” groups.

Professional Associations & Affiliations
  • American Association of Nurse Practitioners
  • North Texas Nurse Practitioners
Honors & Awards
  • PACT Recognition, UT Southwestern
  • Top Advance Practice Provider 2018

Clinical Focus

  • Adult Gerontology
  • Prevention and Management of Chronic Diseases
  • Management of Acute Illnesses

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