- Assistant Professor of Nursing at CUMC
Dr. Panton has been a primary care PNP since 2007. She obtained her MSN from Northwestern State University. Her background includes working as a PNP in pediatric surgery, primary care, and coordinating the PNP program at Northwestern State University. She obtained her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree in 2013 from the University of South Alabama. She later returned to South Alabama to complete her post-graduate certificate in the Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner program in 2017. Currently, Dr. Panton is the Pediatric Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Program Director. She also practices at CHONY as an inpatient PNP.
2018 NAPNAP National Conference: Pediatric Unintentional Injuries. Chicago, IL
2017 NAPNAP National Conference: Serving Those Who Serve for Us: Caring for Military Children. Denver, CO
2017 Nurse Practitioner Pharmacology Update: Pediatric Immunizations. Shreveport, LA
2016 Pediatric Nursing Conference: Serving Those Who Serve for Us: Caring for Military Children. Philadelphia, PA.
2018: NAPNAP e-Chapter President-elect
2017-present: NAPNAP Continuing Education Committee
2016-present: PNCB Primary Care Updates Committee
2007-present: NAPNAP member
2002- present: STTI
Honors & Awards
2016-2017: STTI Maternal Child Health Nursing Leadership Academy (mentor)
2017: Excellence in Clinical Practice Student Award: University of South Alabama College of Nursing
Panton, J. (in press). Caring for Military Children: Implications for Nurse Practitioners. Journal of Pediatric Health Care. doi: