Dr. Jeffrey Fouche-Camargo
Associate Professor of NursingDownload vCard
Dr. Jeffrey Fouche-Camargo is an associate professor of nursing at Georgia Gwinnett College in Lawrenceville, Ga. He graduated cum laude from the Medical College of Georgia with a bachelor of science in nursing in 1994. He obtained his master of science degree in nursing from Georgia State University in 2003, with a dual-specialization in perinatal nursing and women’s health nurse practitioner, and his doctorate of nursing practice degree at Georgia Regents University in 2014.
He speaks nationally on topics like fetal heart monitoring, obstetric emergency and critical care, and inpatient obstetric certification review. He is board-certified as a women’s health nurse practitioner, certified in inpatient obstetric nursing and holds a certificate of added qualification in electronic fetal monitoring from the National Certification Corporation.
Dr. Fouche-Camargo was selected as the advanced practice nurse of the year by the March of Dimes in 2010. Dr. Fouche-Camargo is very active in AWHONN, including being selected as an emerging leader for 2011 and Georgia section chair for 2015-2017. He also served on three annual program committees for AWHONN, including the national chair for 2015.
Dr. Fouche-Camargo is a member of Sigma Theta Tau International, having previously served as the president of the Epsilon Alpha chapter. For fun, he enjoys hiking to waterfalls and traveling, and has a goal of visiting all seven continents.
- Doctorate – nursing – Georgia Regents University
- Master's – nursing – Georgia State University
- Bachelor's – nursing – Medical College of Georgia
- Perinatal nursing
- Critical care obstetrics
- Evidence-based practice
- March of Dimes Advanced Practice Nurse of the Year
- AWHONN Emerging Leader