Having amassed over 20 years of experience in the nursing field, Madelyn King is the Interventional Cardiology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner for North Mississippi Vascular Care.
Madelyn completed her pre-nursing education with Mississippi State University prior to graduating with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at the University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC). She then successfully pursued her Master of Science in Nursing as an acute nurse practitioner at the same institution.
While attending UMMC, Madelyn completed hundreds of hours’ worth of experience in:
- The Cardiac Care Intensive Care Unit (Cardiothoracic Surgery)
- The Emergency Department at VA Hospital
- The Neuroscience Intensive Care Unit
- The Surgical Intensive Care Unit
Currently, Madelyn is licensed as both a registered nurse (RN) and an advanced practice registered nurse practitioner (APRN) with the Mississippi State Board of Nursing. She is also board-certified (BC) as an acute care nurse practitioner (ACNP) with the American Nurses
Credentialing Center (ANCC).
She also maintains professional memberships with the following organizations:
- The Academy of Nurse Practitioners
- The American Association of Critical-Care Nurses
- The American College of Cardiology
- The American College of Nurse Practitioners
- The American Nurses Association
- The Mississippi Nurses Association
Prior to joining the North Mississippi Vascular Care team, Madelyn first served as a cardiology and nuclear medicine nurse practitioner with the Overton Brooks Veterans Association Medical Center in Shreveport, Louisiana. She later returned to Mississippi to work as a nurse practitioner with Columbus Cardiovascular Care-Baptist Medical Group for eight years, followed by the past two years with King and Associates Cardiology, PLLC.
When not attending to patients, Madelyn enjoys the company of her two children and husband, Dr. John King. Her hobbies include fly fishing for tarpon and redfish, crappie fishing, skeet shooting, cooking, and more.