Darlene Boyett, FNP-CFamily Nurse Practitioner
“I first felt the call into medicine when I was a child through my local church’s GA program. I thought I would become a Foreign Medical Missionary. However, God had other plans. Later in life, I was able to fulfill my calling with the support of my husband and daughter. I entered college at 32 yrs of age. After practicing as an RN for 10 yrs I re-entered school, again with much-needed support from my family and became a Nurse Practitioner. My approach to medicine has remained the same through the years…listen to my patients and their families, provide the best care possible with compassion and accessibility to meet our common goals.”
- Certified, Nurse Practitioner, American Nurses Credentialing Center
- Certified, Medical Examiner, National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners (NCRCME)
Albany State University
Adult Nurse Practitioner
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Hospitals Affiliated With
Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital
Phoebe North Hospital
American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AANP)
American Cancer Society (ACS)
Flint River Nurse Practitioners Association
United Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (UAPRN)
Darlene enjoys community volunteer work with high school athletes and fundraising for worthy community organizations. Both her husband and daughter are educators who have dedicated their lives to serving others. As educators, they help shape our future leaders and are in a position to lead the way into a better life. Darlene truly enjoys taking care of AIM’s valued patients and making a difference in their lives.
Darlene Boyett knew early in life that she wanted to work in healthcare and pursued a career as a registered nurse through Auburn University at Montgomery, Alabama, graduating at the top of her nursing class. “I have been blessed to work in many areas of nursing over the years and even more blessed to work as a Certified Nurse Practitioner.” Darlene received her advanced training as a Nurse Practitioner through the Albany State University program. She joined the medical staff of Albany Internal Medicine (AIM) in May 2005.