Serving the Lowcountry and Coastal Empire of Georgia and South Carolina.
Haley Dickerson is board certified by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners and is also certified by Pediatric Advanced Life Support and Basic Cardiac Life Support. She earned her Masters in Science and Nursing with a concentration in Family Nurse Practitioner from Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, Georgia. As a family nurse practitioner, Haley specializes in pediatrics and primary care and is an active member of societies such as the American Association of Nurse Practitioners and Sigma Theta Tau.
Ever since she was a young girl, Haley always knew she wanted to be a nurse, and specifically a pediatric nurse. Her love of working with children from infancy to early adulthood drove her aspirations of becoming a family nurse practitioner. Due to each day and patient being different, ranging from sick children to worried mothers, Haley feels like she’s always learning something new. The children she works with are typically optimistic and happy, and Haley says their positive attitude is infectious.
When Haley first joined SouthCoast Health, she was encouraged by the other nurse practitioners working at the office. She also had a great experience working with SouthCoast Health’s pediatricians and enjoyed working with them in the hospital. Haley is grateful for the supportive atmosphere kept up within the office.
When she has free time, Haley’s favorite thing to do is spend time with her husband and two young sons. She also enjoys being outside and traveling.
As a large multi-specialty group of physicians and other frontline health providers, SouthCoast Health is making this statement as a call to all citizens to work together and help each other through this unprecedented public health crisis.SouthCoast Health Public Announcement Regarding Covid-19
In addition to the SouthCoast Health staff, all patients and anyone accompanying them must be wearing a mask to enter a SouthCoast Health office.SouthCoast Health Now Requiring Masks or Face Coverings Upon Entry to Our Facilities