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Bridgett Hackley

Women's Health Nurse Practitioner

In-Network with Tricare (VA/ChampVA), BCBS, UHC (UMR), Cigna, Aetna, & Medcost


    Bridgett began nursing 16 years ago, with a variety of clinical backgrounds that include mental health, women’s health, geriatrics, case management and correctional nursing.
    As a women’s health nurse practitioner, she is trained to provide holistic care to all females ranging from adolescents, middle aged to advanced years. As a WHNP, she is also certified to
    provide sexual and reproductive health to all genders.

    Bridgett attended Fayetteville Technical Community College in 2005 earning a Licensed Practical Nurse diploma, where she began to work with geriatrics in a skilled nursing facility setting. In 2009, she gained an Associate degree in Applied Science transforming from a licensed practical nurse to a registered nurse. Later, she gained a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Fayetteville State University; utilized this degree to obtain clinical skills in medical surgical, inpatient mental health, and brain injury rehabilitation nursing. In 2017, she took the role as a Registered Nurse Care Manager in a busy Women’s Health clinic providing services to female veterans; operating a nurse clinic to various aged female veterans to include counseling, diabetic teaching, preventive services, and management of chronic diseases and debilities.

    While working full time as an inpatient psychiatric nurse, she attended the University of South Alabama achieving a Master of Science in Nursing degree with a specialty in Women’s Health in
    2021. She is board certified from the National Certification Corporation, licensed to practice in North Carolina.
    She is currently involved in perinatal mental health care diagnosing, assessing, treating, and providing counseling aiding in promoting and maintaining mental health.

    Bridgett is actively enhancing patients' positive coping skills and establishing both short- and long-term goals; ensuring there are no barriers for access of care, services are provided in person or telehealth via Zoom.

    Bridgett is an active member of the AANP, and the NPWH staying up to date with current evidence-based practices related to women’s health and sexual reproductive health.



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