Mary McDougal, MSN, RN
Clinical Assistant Professor
Professor McDougal currently serves as an instructor in the LCON Bachelor of Science in Nursing program where she teaches Intro to Med/Surgical Nursing Practicum, Clinical Skills I and Remediation (Timely Learning Coaching). Professor McDougal has 13 years of experience teaching in the areas of medical surgical nursing, community health nursing, and health assessment.
Master of Science in Adult Health Nursing from Arkansas State University College of Nursing and Health Professions; Registered Family Nurse Practitioner from University of Arkansas for Medical Science College of Nursing; Bachelor of Science in Nursing from University of Arkansas Medical Sciences College of Nursing
Member of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, 054 Beta Theta–at Large, Greater Memphis Association of Advanced Practice Nurses (an affiliate of the Tennessee Nurses' Association), American Nurses Association (ANA), Arkansas Nurses Association and National League for Nursing.
Professor McDougal practices at The Regional Medical Center, trauma medical surgical areas. She has experience in medical surgical nursing, rehabilitation, and home health nursing.
Professor McDougal has 3 sons, one daughter-in-law and one granddaughter. She enjoys spending time with her granddaughter, cooking, and decorating.