Janeane Walker, PhD
Education & Certifications
PhD: Walden University
Masters: University of Phoenix, MSN
Undergraduate Degree: Washington Adventist University, BSN and Hofstra University, BA
Janeane Walker, PhD, is Northeast Georgia Medical Center’s (NGMC) Graduate Medical Education director of Educational Outcomes. Dr. Walker received her BA from Hofstra University in New York, her BSN from Washington Adventist University in Maryland, her MSN from the University of Phoenix and her PhD from Walden University.
Dr. Walker previously served as the clinical practice specialist for NGMC Braselton. In this role, she was responsible for providing the necessary clinical expertise needed to develop programs and integrate new knowledge and innovation within a specialty area. Most recently, she designed and implemented, in collaboration with the cardiology medical faculty, the percutaneous intervention coronary (PCI) training for critical care. She also managed, developed and implemented the interdisciplinary new facility training plan for all clinical staff on the Braselton campus upon its opening in 2015.
Dr. Walker has spoken nationally on various subject matters including family presence during resuscitation, congenital heart disease, traumatic brain injury and mechanical ventilation. Currently, she is an instructor for Error Prevention Training (patient safety course), Essentials for Critical Care (ECCO) and Basic Life Support (BLS) classes at NGMC. She has served as Executive Sponsor for the VOICE Research & Evidence-Based Practice Council and Chair of the VOICE Hand Hygiene and Isolation Quality Committee.
Dr. Walker is originally from Brooklyn, New York. She has two miniature schnauzers, Benji and Phoebe. She is excited to be joining the GME team and looks forward to working with the residents, faculty and staff at NGMC.