The American Health Council Nursing Board Welcomes Mindy Dube, APRN, FNP-BC, BSN, RN

Mindy Dube, APRN, FNP-BC, BSN, RN, is appointed to the American Health Council’s Nursing Board for her outstanding efforts to improve others’ health within the nursing field for the past 15 years. With exceptional experience in Women’s Health, OB-GYN, Prevention Health and Nursing, Ms. Dube has collected a set of skills that led her to become an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center’s New London Hospital in Lebanon, N.H., for the past three years.

An affectionate and nurturing person, Ms. Dube knew she wanted to become a nurse from a young age. Her profession gives her the opportunity to bring a positive change to her patients’ and their families’ lives during the times they need it most. She encourages her patients to continue her care by making the right choices for their own personal health.

Ms. Dube’s caring demeanor led her to enroll at the University of Phoenix, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing. She later received her master’s degree in nursing from the Frontier Nursing University in 2014. Her rigorous academic training led her to the New London Hospital, where she has become a successful nurse, a feat she attributes to her positive attitude and dedication toward her career. She always applies 100 percent effort in all aspects of her career, especially her patients.

Each day, Ms. Dube works in a family practice that holds between 700 to 800 patients. She is part of a team who work together to treat 14-18 patients daily. Most of the patients suffer from acute illnesses, chronic diseases, and complex post-hospital discharges. She takes pride in her skills as she spent 10 years working through nursing school and specializing in OBYGN. She was grateful to have earned her place on both the Presidential and Dean’s List while earning her education in nursing. She was also honored to have been board certified in nursing by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.

As a nurse practitioner, Ms. Dube has become associated with several nursing groups, including the New Hampshire Nurse Practitioner Association and the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses. Ms. Dube is also an active supporter of the March of Dimes, a charitable organization devoted to preventing birth defects and infant mortality.

When she isn’t tending to her patients, Ms. Dube participates in her son’s youth hockey practices. She also enjoys boating and four-wheeling at a competitive level. Within the next few years, Ms. Dube looks forward to obtaining her doctorate in nursing, and educating a new generation of aspiring nurses.

Mindy Dube

APRN, FNP-BC, BSN, RN

Advanced Practice Registered Nurse at Dartmouth-Hancock Medical Center’s New London Hospital

  • The New London Hospital was founded during World War I when a few doctors encouraged a group of local women to establish the New London Nursing Association. The group later founded the “Morgan House,” a six-bed hospital on Oct. 1, 1918.
  • The facility offers several medical services, including cardiopulmonary care, dermatology, neurology, pain management and primary care, among others.
  • The hospital conducts community outreach through its general health and wellness program.

Awards & Honors

  • Was on the Deans List.
  • Was on the Presidents List.
  • Board Certified by American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.