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Kay Oliver

Family Nurse Practitioner located in Atlanta, GA & Cumming, GA

About Kay Oliver, APRN

Kay has more than 15 years of experience providing healthcare to patients and draws on her extensive insight and background when delivering care. She has a passion for helping people with asthma and allergies learn how they can enjoy life to its fullest. Her interest in these chronic conditions is both profession and personal, as she is a mother of a son with asthma and knows the anxiety of late-night/weekend emergency room visits with a child struggling to breathe.

Kay attended Vanderbilt University and graduated magna cum laude from Medical College of Georgia with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 1984. She worked in Cardiothoracic Surgical Intensive Care in her early nursing years at Crawfod Long Hospital in Atlanta, spent some time working outside the healthcare field and raising her children, and returned to healthcare in 2009 after earning a Master of Science in Nursing from Kennesaw State University. She has been treating patients with chronic conditions for 8 years as a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner, with additional training and experience in the specialty of allergy and asthma.

She is member of the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, the American Association of Nurse Practitioners, the United Advanced Practice Registered Nurses, and Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing. Her quest for lifelong learning is evidenced by her hundreds of hours of completed continuing education. In addition, annual attendance specialty conferences (ACAAI, COLA) keeps her on the cutting edge of the treatment of allergies, asthma, and other immunologic conditions.

Kay has called Atlanta home for most of her life, and her family roots in the Roswell area are centuries old. She is fond of telling stories about her great uncle Dr. Thomas Ezzard, the only physician in Roswell at the time, making house calls by horse and buggy. Kay and her husband, Chuck, have recently down-sized and are enjoying the new empty-nester status. She loves the outdoors - something she's been able to appreciate more as an adult, after overcoming her own severe allergies with the combination of medication, allergy immunotherapy, and allergen avoidance. She is looking forward to helping others achieve this level of normalcy.

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Kay has more than 15 years of experience providing healthcare to patients and draws on her extensive insight and background when delivering care. She has a passion for helping people with asthma and allergies learn how they can enjoy life to its fullest. Her interest in these chronic conditions is both profession and personal, as she is a mother of a son with asthma and knows the anxiety of late-night/weekend emergency room visits with a child struggling to breathe.

Kay attended Vanderbilt University and graduated magna cum laude from Medical College of Georgia with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 1984. She worked in Cardiothoracic Surgical Intensive Care in her early nursing years at Crawfod Long Hospital in Atlanta, spent some time working outside the healthcare field and raising her children, and returned to healthcare in 2009 after earning a Master of Science in Nursing from Kennesaw State University. She has been treating patients with chronic conditions for 8 years as a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner, with additional training and experience in the specialty of allergy and asthma.

She is member of the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, the American Association of Nurse Practitioners, the United Advanced Practice Registered Nurses, and Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing. Her quest for lifelong learning is evidenced by her hundreds of hours of completed continuing education. In addition, annual attendance specialty conferences (ACAAI, COLA) keeps her on the cutting edge of the treatment of allergies, asthma, and other immunologic conditions.

Kay has called Atlanta home for most of her life, and her family roots in the Roswell area are centuries old. She is fond of telling stories about her great uncle Dr. Thomas Ezzard, the only physician in Roswell at the time, making house calls by horse and buggy. Kay and her husband, Chuck, have recently down-sized and are enjoying the new empty-nester status. She loves the outdoors - something she's been able to appreciate more as an adult, after overcoming her own severe allergies with the combination of medication, allergy immunotherapy, and allergen avoidance. She is looking forward to helping others achieve this level of normalcy.


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