D.N.P., RN, NE-BC
Clinical Assistant Professor
Billy Mullins is a clinical assistant professor for the B.S.N. program and the Acute & Chronic Care Community. Dr. Mullins is a prominent leader and educator in the profession of nursing. Dr. Mullins is an alumnus of GW Nursing, where he earned a Doctor of Nursing Practice in nursing practice class of 2015. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Marymount University and a Masters of Science in Nursing focused in Nursing Administration from George Mason University.
Dr. Mullins began his healthcare career as a corpsman in the United States Navy. After his military service, he has primarily worked in teaching hospitals in the role of licensed practice nurse, registered nurse, nurse manager, clinical specialist, nursing director and education coordinator. Dr. Mullins’ areas of expertise include Medical-Surgical, Cardiac and Medical-Psychiatric. He established a medical-psychiatric inpatient care unit focusing on providing holistic care to psychiatric patients needing acute medical care. Dr. Mullins’ DNP capstone project focused on identifying patients at risk for elopement within the acute care setting in which he received the GW SON outstanding student award for innovation. Dr. Mullins has been inducted into Sigma Theta Tau and Golden Key.