Dr. Tony Anno is Core Faculty in the Acute Care Nurse Practitioner program. Dr. Anno started as faculty in 2014 after graduating from Walden University with a DNP. Dr. Anno is practicing in cardiology/electrophysiology and volunteers as the sole provider for a Cardiac Device Clinic for uninsured individuals. Dr. Anno is certified by the International Board of Heart Rhythm Examiners as a Certified Cardiac Device Specialist, a Certified Electrophysiology Specialist, a Fellow of the Heart Rhythm Society, and a Registered Cardiac Diagnostic Sonographer. He is active in clinical research with phase I and II medications.
NURS 6550 - Advanced Practice Care of Adults in Acute Care Settings I
NURS 6560 - Advanced Practice Care of Adults in Acute Care Settings II
DNP, Walden University
Post-master's Certificate, St. Louis University
Post-master's Certificate, University of Arkansas Medical School
MSN, Washburn University
BS, Fort Hays State University
Advanced Trauma Life Support, Kansas University Medical Center
Diploma, Stormont-Vail School of Nursing
Health Partnership Clinic, Volunteer - Olathe
Awards / Honors
VA National Nurse Practitioner of the Year, VA Health System, 2018
Anno, T. A. (2015). The Creation of a Pacemaker Clinic at a Federally Funded Patient- Centered Medical Home: A Quality Improvement Project. . Scholar Works
Anno, T. (2018). Atrial Fibrillation for the Primary Care Nurse Practitioner.