Anne Hope, ACNP, is an acute care nurse practitioner from Columbus, Indiana. Anne first knew she wanted to pursue a career in nursing in the 6th grade where a job shadowing class project inspired her to learn more about nurse practitioners. Since then, Anne’s commitment has remained steadfast.
Anne’s educational journey led her through Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Michigan, where she earned both associate and bachelor of science degrees in nursing. She then ventured to the Vanderbilt University School of Nursing in Nashville, Tennessee, for her master of science in nursing.
Anne’s passion for her job stems from the opportunity to guide patients through health challenges, offering support in difficult times. Her years of experience have taught her the unpredictability of life, a lesson learned through the stories of those she’s cared for.
Beyond her profession, Anne finds joy in an active lifestyle—running, hiking, biking, and cross-country skiing—alongside the delightful chaos of keeping up with her three sons. She tells us that she is most proud of her marriage of 16 years to her husband and her children.
The golden rule.