Alison R. Bird, APRN

Alison (Ali) Bird grew up in Melbourne, FL and attended Emory University graduating with her Bachelor of Science in Biology in 2007. While at Emory, she was involved in the The Jazz Band, Orchestra, and Varsity Cross Country. After finishing her degree, she attended the University of Florida graduating with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 2008. After graduating, Ali worked at Dallas Children’s Medical Center as a Pediatric Cardiac Nurse and then Arnold Palmer Children’s Hospital as a Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Nurse. Then she went on to complete her Master of Science degree in Nursing in 2012. While attending University of Florida for her graduate degree, Ali worked at Shands Children’s Hospital as an outpatient Hematology/Oncology Nurse and then at Holmes Regional Medical Center on both the pediatric and intensive care units. Ali worked at a pediatric primary care practice for the last 7 years before joining our team at Night Lite Pediatrics in 2018. Ali has loved every minute of living out her lifelong dream of caring for children, and looks forward to serving many more years in pediatrics and her community. She is married and has three young children including twin girls and a son. She has been involved in multiple mission trips to Brazil and Mexico and is involved in her local Church. Ali enjoys playing the violin, running, traveling, and spending time with her family.

 

Alison R. Bird, APRN

Alison R. Bird, APRN

Alison (Ali) Bird grew up in Melbourne, FL and attended Emory University graduating with her Bachelor of Science in Biology in 2007. While at Emory, she was involved in the The Jazz Band, Orchestra, and Varsity Cross Country. After finishing her degree, she attended the University of Florida graduating with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 2008. After graduating, Ali worked at Dallas Children’s Medical Center as a Pediatric Cardiac Nurse and then Arnold Palmer Children’s Hospital as a Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Nurse. Then she went on to complete her Master of Science degree in Nursing in 2012. While attending University of Florida for her graduate degree, Ali worked at Shands Children’s Hospital as an outpatient Hematology/Oncology Nurse and then at Holmes Regional Medical Center on both the pediatric and intensive care units. Ali worked at a pediatric primary care practice for the last 7 years before joining our team at Night Lite Pediatrics in 2018. Ali has loved every minute of living out her lifelong dream of caring for children, and looks forward to serving many more years in pediatrics and her community. She is married and has three young children including twin girls and a son. She has been involved in multiple mission trips to Brazil and Mexico and is involved in her local Church. Ali enjoys playing the violin, running, traveling, and spending time with her family.

 

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