Amy Craig BSN, RN, RNC-OB
PMC Maternal Fetal Medicine’ Clinical Supervisor
PMC Maternal Fetal Medicine’ Clinical Supervisor Amy Craig, feels helping women through their most cherished — or challenging time of life — is a calling. That calling was inspired, in part, by a striking fetal image she saw on the cover of Life Magazine — and she has never forgotten it. Becoming a Registered Nurse simply made Amy’s compassion for caregiving a career pathway.
She combines decades of labor and delivery, fetal care, and operating room nursing experience and a top-notch skill set with Dr. Courtney Stephenson, giving their patients the expert holistic and steady care that families need in times when everything goes according to plan, as well as in times that when a crisis may arise. Amy spends time with each patient, understanding their expectations and explaining the medical perspective protocols and procedures so that they are on the same page operating as a team. Pregnancy and delivery is an emotional time for a woman and her family, and Amy leads with strength, experience, knowledge and compassion.
“I’ve always loved women’s health, labor and delivery, and being a women’s rights advocate. To get the chance to assist in groundbreaking surgery and procedures to save little fetal lives is a dream come true. I have seen miracles happen because of Dr. Stephenson.”
When Amy is not advising and attending to her patients, she enjoys spending time with her teenage son, Peyton. In her free time she also volunteers as a “Billet mom” with The Charlotte Rush, a local Junior Hockey Organization, and with animal local rescues as a foster. Amy also enjoys sewing to satisfying her artistic outlet.
August 2019 Appalachian State University
RN to BSN
May 2001 Carolinas College of Health Sciences
Associates Degree in Applied Science Nursing May 2001
- Graduated Cum Laude
- Member of Sigma Theta Tau National Honors Society
The DAISY Award® For Extraordinary Nurses
This distinguished award recognizes the super-human work nurses do for patients and families every day wherever they practice, in whatever role they serve and throughout their careers — from Nursing Student through lifetime achievement. It was founded 1999 by the family of J. Patrick Barnes as way to honor the skillful and compassionate care Patrick received from his nurses during his eight-week hospitalization. Today there are more than 4,500 healthcare facilities and schools of nursing in all 50 states and 28 other countries, committed to honoring nurses with The DAISY Award.
KEIP (Key Employee Incentive Program) award- from Atrium Healthcare in 2011
- Inpatient OB with NCC