Amber Rodd, FNP-CNurse Practitioner
“I strive to provide patient-centered care to people during all stages of their lives. I feel a personal calling to help those in need and empower patients by encouraging them to take an active role in their healthcare.”
- Nurse Practitioner
Areas of Expertise
- Women’s Health
Albany State University
Family Nurse Practitioner
University of Georgia and Albany State University
Bachelor of Health Science
American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AANP)
2012 – Present
Amber, a native of Thomasville, GA, is happily married to Christopher Rodd, a local attorney. They have three young children, Kensley, Ella, and Davis. She also has two dogs, Bear and Layla. Amber is an active member of First United Methodist Church. She has served in multiple capacities including children’s Sunday school teacher, children’s church teacher, and as an assistant lay leader of children’s choir. Currently, Amber looks forward to spending time outdoors with her family while teaching her children to water ski and saltwater fish. When she is not working, she also looks forward to playing tennis and reading a fascinating novel.
Amber Rodd, FNP-C, is a passionate and caring nurse practitioner who strives to provide each patient with the respect and medical care they deserve. Amber started her career as a registered nurse serving cancer patients at Shands Hospital in Jacksonville, FL. During this time in her life, she was able to develop personal relationships with patients and assist each of them through the most difficult times in their lives. Whether she was administering chemotherapy or comforting a family member, she learned the importance of taking care of not only patients but also their family members. Amber transitioned to the emergency department which allowed her to provide care to patients of all ages with a variety of health concerns. This experience allowed Amber to hone her skills as a nurse while working with critically ill patients. These experiences included treating various trauma-related injuries and acute stroke and cardiac care. As her career advanced, she became a leader in the emergency department and took on the role of Assistant Director at Archbold Memorial Hospital. Leading teams of dedicated nurses and staff to provide the highest quality care is what gave her the most enjoyment.
After years of gaining valuable experience as a registered nurse, Amber decided that she needed to go back to school. This provided the necessary education, training, and skills to advance her career and become a Family Nurse Practitioner. Following graduation from Albany State University with a Master’s Degree in Nursing, she began practicing internal medicine at the McIntosh Clinic. She finds great enjoyment by spending time with her patients and getting to know each and every one of them on a personal level. Amber’s daily practice includes providing care for adults of all ages with a special interest in women’s health, pulmonology, and sleep medicine.