BIO

Codi Leggett is a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner through the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. Codi received her baccalaureate degree in Nursing in 2016, and two years later, in 2018, received her Master of Science in Nursing from Texas A&M Health Science Center. Codi is happily married, and lives in The Woodlands with her husband and her spoiled Australian Shepherd, Oakley. She enjoys dancing, crafting, and being involved with her church small group, in addition to being a huge Aggie fan. Codi has a passion for teaching her patients how to become the best version of themselves and looks forward to working with you.

EDUCATION

2018, Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Nursing, Masters of Science in Nursing

2016, Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Nursing, Bachelors of Science in Nursing

2014, Lonestar College, Emergency Medical Technician Certification – Basic

2014, Texas A&M University, Bachelors of Science in Allied Health

LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION 

09/18 to present, Family Nurse Practitioner, Texas Board of Nursing, License #AP139200

09/18, Certification as Family Nurse Practitioner by American Academy of Nurse Practitioners National Certification Board

01/17 to present, Registered Nurse, Texas Board of Nursing, License #913697

01/17, Certification as Registered Nurse by National Council Licensure Examination

11/16 to present, Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support: American Heart Association

03/18 to present, Basic Life Support: American Heart Association  08/2014 to 03/2017, Emergency Medical Technician – Basic, License #E3159351

HONORS

06/18 to 08/18, Village Family Medical; FNP student under the supervision of Stephanie Davis, FNP and Jody Luke, FNP; 180 hours of wellness, preventative, acute, and chronic care across the lifespan in family practice.
Additional skills experience: Pap smear, XR review, exercise stress test, staple removal, cryotherapy, EKG

01/18 to 05/18, Conroe Family Doctor; FNP student under the supervision of Dr. Trang Nguyen; 150 hours of acute and chronic care across the lifespan with additional focus on chronic care in older adults.
Additional skills experience: EKG, cryotherapy, pap smear, I&D, ear irrigation.

09/17 to 12/17, Pregnancy Assistance Center North, well woman clinic; FNP student under the supervision of Tina Spruell, FNP; 52 hours of well woman assessments and STD screening and prevention; mammogram breast cancer screening. Additional skills experience: pap smear, STD testing, pregnancy counseling

09/17 to 12/17, The Prenatal Clinic; FNP student under the supervision of Robin Page, PhD, RN, CNM; 25 hours of pregnancy care for women 15 to 45 years old. Additional skills experience: cervix dilation check, fundal height, fetal Doppler, antepartum care.

11/1/2017, Health for All, CPRIT well woman clinic, under the supervision of TAMHSC CON faculty, performed well woman exams for underserved and uninsured women of the Brazos Valley.

09/17 to 12/17, Porter Pediatrics; FNP student under the supervision of Dr. Andreas Nikolaidis; 64 hours of pediatric care and well child care, newborn to 21 years old. Additional skills experience: cryotherapy, ear irrigation, IM injections.

07/17 to 08/17, Willis Family and Specialty Clinic; FNP student under the supervision of Jessica Wright, DNP; 150 hours of episodic and wellness healthcare across the lifespan. Additional skills experience:suturing, fish hook removal, staple removal, ear irrigation

08/16 to 12/16, Health for All, CPRIT well woman clinic, nursing rotation under the supervision of faculty, performed nursing skills for well woman exams.

08/15 to 12/18, Baylor Scott & White, nursing clinical rotations in medical surgery, endoscopy, labor and delivery, IMCU, ICU, NICU, & ER. Under the supervision of staff registered nurses and faculty, rotated through these units performing nursing skills in the hospital.

08/15 to 12/18, Texas A&M Health Science Center, nursing patient simulations; Performed nursing skills on simulated patients in the clinical learning resource center under the supervision of faculty.

09/14 to 05/15, North Lakes Pain Consultants; medical assistant and scribe; prepared procedure room, pre and post procedure patient care, procedure and appointment documentation for physician.

06/14 to 08/14, Lonestar College, EMT-B clinical rotations; Participated in ambulance and emergency room clinical rotations under the supervision of preceptors.

2013 – College Station MED ER ; clinical student shadow (75 hours).

2011 – Memorial Herman Northeast ER; clinical student shadow (52 hours).