Bonnie Simpson, W.H.N.P., is a dedicated women’s health nurse practitioner serving patients in Tifton, Georgia, at The Howard Center.
Bonnie was born and raised in Ocilla, Georgia. She received her LPN at East Central Tech and her Associate of Science degree in Nursing from South Georgia College. She worked for 12 years in Labor and Delivery before returning to school to earn her Master’s Degree in Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner at Emory University in Atlanta.
Even as a young girl, Bonnie’s passion for helping others made her know she wanted to become a nurse. During her time at Emory, she loved learning about how treatments like hormone therapy can truly impact women’s lives. As a provider, she loves the opportunity to connect and bond with patients and help them through all stages of life. Bonnie is one of The Howard Center’s most established providers, being with the practice for over 20 years.
“Being a part of The Howard Center has completely changed my life. It’s so rewarding to be here and hopefully make a difference in patients’ lives, whether that’s helping them get the surgery they need or just letting them talk about what’s happening with their life.”