Dr. Christine Heilman, DNP.Ed, RN, CCRN

Dr. Christine Heilman, DNP.Ed., RN, CCRN


Dr. Christine Heilman is an associate professor at Rhodes State College, where she is helping to obtain accreditation and design a curriculum for the Bachler’s of Nursing program. Before Rhodes State College, she was a professor at Marion Technical College. Dr. Heilman created high-fidelity simulations at Marion Technical College and taught nursing theory and clinicals. She has been a nurse for twenty-eight years, with much of her nursing career in critical care. Dr. Heilman obtained her critical care certification (CCRN) from the American Association of Critical Care.

Dr. Heilman maintains certification in Advanced Cardiac Life Support and Advanced Stroke Life Support. In Addition, to teaching, she continues to work in the critical care setting. Dr. Heilman earned her Bachelor of Nursing and a Master of Nursing with a concentration in nursing education from Kaplan University and her Doctorate of Nursing Practice degree from Chamberlain University. Dr. Heilman resides in Kenton, Ohio, with her family.