Nancy W. Kulb, ARNP, CNM
Nancy was born in Atlanta, Georgia. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from Florida State University in 1973. She completed her Master of Science in Maternity
Nursing/Nurse Midwifery from Columbia University in New York in 1975.
She worked for two years in Charleston, SC as a staff nurse-midwife and taught nurse-midwifery students at the Medical University of South Carolina. She returned to New York where she taught nurse-midwifery at Columbia University for six years. She then worked in a clinical research project at Harlem Hospital, and worked as a nurse-midwife in health department maternity/family planning clinics throughout New York City.
She had the opportunity to participate in a number of professional activities. She is a member of several associations, including the American College of Nurse-Midwives. For over 20 years, she served on the committee that writes and grades the national certification examination for nurse-midwives. For two years, she chaired the committee that oversees the nurse-midwives' national convention. She was co-author of two textbooks on maternity nursing. She has volunteered on several medical mission trips to Central America.
She has worked in the Pensacola area for
over twenty years. She works with both gynecological and obstetrical patients
in our office, but does not deliver
babies. She performs urodynamics studies for patients with incontinence. She believes patients should be educated about their bodies, and should participate in decision-making regarding their care.
Nancy has two grown children. She enjoys traveling, attending concerts and theater productions, working-out in the gym, roller blading and 5K races.