Nancy May currently holds the position of Chief Nursing Officer for the University Medical Management Group and Ambulatory Care. She began working at the University of Michigan in September 2015 with more than 40 years’ experience in nursing administration and clinical practice. Nancy began her nursing career at Cleveland Clinic in medical-surgical nursing. She moved into nursing administration and served as a nursing director of both acute and ambulatory care at several different institutes. In 2011 she accepted a chief nursing officer position with Baylor Scott and White in Texas. Nancy is responsible for nursing practice and standards for ambulatory care under the Ambulatory Care Unit structure, including advance practice registered nurses, registered nurses and license practical nurses. Nursing care is provided at over 150 ACU resulting in over 2 million visits annually.
Nancy received her BSN from Bowling Green State University and her MSN from the University of Akron, and she is currently enrolled in a DNP program with the University of Alabama. She is board certified with the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) in both nurse executive advance and ambulatory care. She is a member of American Organization of Nurse Executives. She serves on the Board of Directors for AAACN and is currently immediate past president. She has served on national committees, taskforces, and advisory boards with AONE, Institute of Health Improvement, Joint Commission, American Nurses Association, AAACN, and ANCC to promote quality and safety in health care.