Corynn Walker, APRN-C

Corynn Walker joined Tallahassee Neurological Clinic as a Nurse Practitioner in 2019. She graduated with her Registered Nurse degree from Chipola College in 2013. Her nursing career began at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital on the Cardiac Progressive Care Unit. She quickly became one of the youngest Charge Nurses on the largest unit within the hospital as well as a Daisy Award winner for extraordinary nursing care in 2015. During this time, she also completed her Bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of West Florida as well as graduating from TMH’s Nurse Residency Program.

With a passion for acute care, she transitioned to Tallahassee Neurological Clinic as a clinical staff nurse while completing her Doctorate in Nursing Practice at Florida State University in May, 2019. During her graduate career, she served as a Teaching Assistant to the undergraduate and accelerated nursing programs at Florida State University, Student Representative on the College of Nursing Admissions Committee, participated in a medical mission trip to Nicaragua with the College of Medicine, provided examinations to athletes for the Special Olympics at Gretchen Everhart, and was featured as the College of Nursing’s graduate program’s representative in “Alumni GradWorld Digital Narratives” for her DNP project on sexual harassment at the bedside. She is licensed by the State of Florida as an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse and is board certified by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.

Corynn works with the stroke team and plays a vital role in providing timely and high-quality neurosurgical care for stroke patients. Her responsibilities include immediate response to all stroke patients in the hospital, and assisting with hospital rounds and consultations.

Corynn has been a Tallahassee native since she was 10 years old. She graduated from Florida State University School and contributes her love of nursing to her father (and fellow neurosurgery nurse, Patrick). In her spare time, she enjoys traveling the world and serving as a long-time volunteer swim coach to Florida State University School with her family.