GILLETTE, WY –
Tracy Wasserburger, a neonatal nurse practitioner (NNP) at Campbell County Health (CCH),
has been elected to a second two-year term on the National Association
of Neonatal Nurse Practitioners (NANNP) Council.
Over the course of her career, Tracy Wasserburger has worked as a school
nurse, staff nurse and nurse manager. In her current role as a neonatal
nurse practitioner at CCH, she treats infants and children from birth
to 2 years old. Tracy is one of only two licensed NNPs in Wyoming.
NANNP is governed by an elected Council composed of eight Neonatal Nurse Practitioners
from across the United States. One of the eight council members is appointed
chair and also serves on the national board of directors of the National
Association of Neonatal Nurses (NANN). Council members exhibit
NANN's core set of competencies and leadership qualities required to effectively lead the membership division
into the future. During her tenure on the NANNP Council, Tracy has served
on the Education Provider Committee and as chairperson of the NNP Retention
and Recruitment Task Force and National Advanced Practice Day for the
Established in 2007 and
governed by an elected body, the National Association of Neonatal Nurse Practitioners (NANNP) is the
unified voice of neonatal nurse practitioners (NNPs) and neonatal clinical
nurse specialists (CNSs). NANNP strives to address the unique workforce
and professional practice issues of neonatal Advanced Practice Registered
Nurses (APRNs) through its commitment to leadership, expertise, and community.
publications for APRNs. While NANNP members receive NANN member benefits, NANNP provides its
exclusive benefits designed just for APRNs.
Director Community Relations