Casey Chisum is a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner through the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. She graduated from The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree in 2015. Casey then worked as a nurse in both cardiac and pediatric critical care settings. She received her Master of Science in Nursing degree from Texas A&M in 2019. She looks forward to meeting all of your healthcare needs.


Texas A&M University, College Station, TX

Masters of Science in Nursing—Family Nurse Practitioner


The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UT Health) School of Nursing, Houston, TX

Bachelors of Science in Nursing


Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, TX

Nursing Prerequisite Courses



Advanced Practice Registered Nurse Licensure- With Prescriptive Authority, Texas Board of Nursing— Current through 5/31/2021

American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Certification Board, FNP-C, Certification Number F11190638

American Heart Association ACLS, attained October 2015 American Heart Association PALS, attained January 2017

American Heart Association BLS, renewed July 2019 Certified Pediatric Nurse, attained January 2018

NIHSS Certification, attained August 2015

Registered Nurse, Texas Board of Nursing, renewed May 2019; License Number 883143


Sigma Theta Tau International Honors Society of Nursing

             Inducted 12/2014—UTHSC Houston; Bachelors

             Inducted 07/2019—Texas A&M; Masters

Stephen F. Austin State University, Dean’s List, 08/2011-12/2012

Stephen F. Austin State University, School of Honors, 08/2011-12/2012

The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, Graduate Magna Cum Laude

The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, Dean’s List 01/2014-05/2015


Texas Children’s Hospital—The Woodlands, TX

Pediatric Intensive Care Unit Registered Nurse


  • Manage the care of critically ill and complex patient
  • Collaborate with family and the interdisciplinary team to ensure best possible patient outcomes.
  • Provide support to staff hospital wide, functioning as a resource and vascular access nurse.
  • Frequently floated to staff NICU as needed.

Memorial Hermann Hospital—The Woodlands, TX

Pediatric Acute Care Registered Nurse

05/2020- Present

  • Provide care to pediatric acute care patients and families received through the emergency center, or outpatient coordination for direct
  • Collaborate with the medical team to ensure the best possible care coordination and outcomes for
  • Frequently work in the NICU as needs

Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital Texas Medical Center—Houston, TX

Children’s Special Care Unit Registered Nurse


  • Provide patient and family centered
  • Communicate within the healthcare team to provide best possible patient
  • Work to improve practice through participation in both staff and unit based
  • Frequently floated to staff NICU as needed.

Conroe Regional Medical Center—Conroe, TX

Intermediate Care Unit Registered Nurse


  • Advocate for patient centered health management.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in clinical skills and patient care.
  • Consistently communicate within the interdisciplinary team to ensure quality patient care and best possible outcomes.


Summer 2018 Semester

  • 135 hours completed in Primary Care
  • Liberty Medical Surgical Clinic
  • Preceptor Holly Benson, MSN, FNP-C
  • 3 8-hour shifts weekly
  • 2 shifts were observed or shared and learning and learning the EMR system.
  • All remaining shifts, I visited each patient independently, made a diagnosis and treatment plan and presented it to my preceptor. My preceptor and I would then go and see the patient together, and discuss the plan of care, management, and treatment options. I completed all charting and coding independently. I wrote and sent prescriptions under supervision from my preceptor.

Fall 2018 Semester

  • 64 hours of Pediatric Care
    • Preceptor Dr. Andreas Nikolaidis
  • 40 hours of Women’s Health
    • Preceptor Dr. Martha Hare, FNP-C
    • Preceptor Dr. Kara Schubart, FNP-C
  • 25 hours of Obstetrics
    • Preceptor Dr. Robin Page, WHNP
    • Preceptor Shelly White-Corey, MSN, WHNP
  • 137 clinical hours total
  • 3 8-hour shifts weekly
  • One shift observing and shared in each specialty, then seeing patients independently prior to my preceptor seeing them. I presented the assessment, diagnosis, and plan to my preceptor and then we together presented the plan and treatments moving forward to the patient.

Spring 2019 Semester

  • 144 hours in Urgent Care
  • Preceptor Kimberly Byrum, FNP-BC
  • 2 12-hour shifts weekly
  • Shadowed my preceptor for the first few patients, then saw patients independently. I assessed the patient, made a diagnosis, and developed a plan of care with them. I then presented my findings and plan to my preceptor. I would write prescriptions independently, my preceptor would check them and I sent them to pharmacy under direct supervision of my preceptor.

Summer 2019 Semester

  • 184 hours in Primary Care
  • Liberty Medical Surgical Clinic
  • Preceptor Holly Benson, MSN, FNP-C
  • 3-4 8-hour shifts weekly
  • Worked with the same preceptor from Summer 2018 semester. I independently assessed patients, made diagnoses with differentials, developed a plan with the patient, and wrote prescriptions. I presented my assessment, plan, diagnosis, and prescriptions to my preceptor. We would go and visit with the patient together and I would send the prescriptions under supervision.


Texas Children’s Hospital—The Woodlands

Central Line-Associated Blood Stream Infection Champion and Resource Nurse

Pediatric Intensive Care Unit—Charge Nurse

Pediatric Intensive Care Unit—Team Lead

Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital—Texas Medical Center

Pediatric Intensive Care Unit—Quality Practice Council Member

Children’s Special Care—Unit Based Council Member


Preceptor and Resource Nurse for onboarding staff, Texas Children’s Hospital—The Woodlands

Preceptor for training Charge Nurse Staff, Texas Children’s Hospital—The Woodlands


UT Health School of Nursing Student Government Organization, Member, 01/2014-05/2015

UT Student Nurses’ Association (UTSNA), Member, 01/2014-05/2015


American Association of Nurse Practitioners, Student Member since 08/2017

Houston Area Nurse Practitioners, Student Member since 08/2017

Texas Nurse Practitioners, Student Member since 08/2017


Human Trafficking Collaboration Conference, 08/2018

Texas Nurse Practitioners, Entry Into Practice Conference, 05/2019

Texas Nurse Practitioners, Primary Care and Pharmacology Update, 04/2018


Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, Volunteer, 2012-2016

Rescued Pets Movement, Volunteer, 2005-2013

Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, Volunteer and Participant, 2003-2015

The Woodlands Church, Small World Class Shepard, Volunteer, 2003-2015

Zeta Tau Alpha, Breast Cancer Awareness Programs and Fundraising, 2011-2012


Ultrasound Guided IV Placement and Vascular Access, Certified 10/2017