Eric Palmer, MSN/MHA, RN, NHDP-BC


  • BSN –Morningside College
  • MSN/MHA – University of Phoenix


Eric Palmer retired from the U.S. Navy Nurse Corps after 22 years of service in 2013 as a Lieutenant Commander. He was fortunate to have taken care of people from many different cultures and practiced nursing in many healthcare settings from major medical centers, to critical access hospitals, outpatient primary care clinics and patient-centered medical homes.

His clinical experience spans critical care, Interventional Radiology, Med-Surg, and pre and post anesthesia care unit (SDS/PACU). Mr. Palmer has filled a variety of administrative roles including nurse manager, director of nursing and vice president of operations.

Eric Palmer’s specialty is nursing and health care administration and leadership. He has an interest in disaster risk reduction and mitigation affecting health care entities, communities, and families.

Mr. Palmer’s belief of being a professional nurse encompasses working toward creating a healthcare community where the proper use of healthcare resources are established to maximize the health of the individual, family and community through high-quality, culturally-competent, safe patient care. 

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Area(s) of Specialization

Adult Health
Disaster Mitigation

Eric Palmer
Clinical Assistant Professor

Phone: 765-496-0630
Office: HAMP 2215-E-3

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