Backed by 41 years of experience, Ms. Madry-Boyer is one of the top nurses in Bibb County. She specializes in assessments and case management. She is currently self-employed and contracted, rendering all personal care services for clients. She responds to calls for services within 30 minutes.
Previously, Ms. Madry-Boyer served in the U.S. Army for 4 years and as a staff sergeant in the Medical Corps. She has diverse and vast expertise. Some of her experience includes working in conjunction with administrative staff and corporate leaders, serving in acute and on-term care settings, performing rounds with physicians, training, and staffing healthcare workers, and administering prepared care plans.
In preparation for her career, Ms. Madry-Boyer trained as a Medical Receptionist Secretary at Atlanta College of Medical and Dental Assistants in 1974. She went on to attend Macon Area Vocational Tech School to become a Practical Nurse in 1981. In 1995, she completed an associate’s degree in Nursing at Middle George State University.
Remaining aware of changes in her field, Ms. Madry-Boyer is a member of the International Association of Women, Women of Power, Georgia Health Care Association, Georgia Nursing Homes Association, and the Georgia National Guard.
Outside of her professional life, she volunteers with at risk youths, providing mentoring services. Her goal is to deter youths from entering the criminal justice system.
For Ms. Madry-Boyer’s success in leadership and nursing, the International Nurses Association featured her in the premier publication of The Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare. On top of this accomplishment, she has received numerous awards, including Army Solider of the Month, U.S. Army Commendation Award, and Top Nurse.
When she is not working, Ms. Madry-Boyer enjoys singing, dancing, drawing, modeling, and using computers.