Rachel Rolison, MSN, APRN, FNP-BC, ACNP-BC, ENP-C is board-certified in family, acute care and emergency medicine with a specialty focus in TelEmergency Medicine. Mrs. Rolison obtained her Family NP at Mississippi University for Women in Columbus, MS in 2001, post master's certificate in Acute Care and TelEmergency from the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, MS in 2003. Her focus included caring for trauma, burn, obstetric-gynceological emergencies, medical and neurological critical care patients. She has a vast range of emergency medicine experience working at NM MC-Tupelo since 2006, NMHS-Pontotoc, Magnolia Regional Medical Center-Corinth, NM HS-Gilmore, BMH-North MS, BMH-Union County, and Panola Medical Center. As a registered nurse she has critical care experience working in Intensive Care Unit and the Cardiac Cath Lab at NMMC-Tupelo . Her back ground also includes seven years experience working as a registered Radiologic Technologist at NMMC-Tupelo, NMHS clinic system and an orthopedic clinic after completing her associates degree in Radiologic Technology from Itawamba Community College-Fulton in 1993.
Mrs . Rolison serves as Administrative Director for the Relias Emergency Medicine Fellowship Program for Advanced Practice Providers. She currently provides emergency care at NMMC- Tupelo, MS, Tel Emergency Care at NMHS Pontotoc, MS, Magnolia Regional Health Center, and Baptist Memorial Hospital-Union County, as well as providing care part-time at our own Tippah County Health Clinic. Rachel is married to Gary Wayne Rolison, life long resident of Tippah County. Her daughter Anna Kate attends Ripley High School where she is a member of the Volley ball and cross-county team.