Susan was born in Bridgeport, Alabama in 1954 to James and Martha Warren. James was a rural minister in the hill country of South Pittsburg, Tennessee and a high school principal; Martha was a homemaker. This close family upbringing gives the basis for the values Susan carries with her even today in her belief that a strong home is the foundation of a strong government.
Her extensive training in medicine as one of the very first nurse practitioners in the state of Alabama, with numerous advanced degrees and 45 years of clinical practice, has given Susan a broad understanding of the community and statewide needs that are pertinent to bringing Alabama into line with other states, lifting us from the bottom rungs of health competency.
Having obtained various degrees herself, as well as being reared in a family of educators, Susan understands the importance of solid education. It is not acceptable to overlook or underestimate testing in our schools. Our children are brilliant and test scores must reflect such. Laws must be passed to make education a priority so that our children, who are our future, will have every opportunity possible.
Susan is a published author of several regional cookbooks and an autobiography entitled, "Southern Diamond: the Multifaceted Life of a Southern Woman". She has been published in several professional journals. Her research has been utilized by pharmaceutical companies in their development of new medications to treat anemia. Her medical peers have recognized her with awards throughout her career such as Nurse Practitioner of the Year in North Carolina for work with chronic Lyme disease. Currently, she has been nominated as one of the top 15 Nurse Practitioners in the country.
Susan has had the opportunity to travel this great country and see for herself the result of the pros and cons of laws that have helped as well as hurt the people of various states. She has a passion for equality and has no interest in special interests. Her one goal is to work for the betterment of the people of Alabama.
Known contact information for Susan Warren Bentley from Tuscumbia, AL.
- Campaign Email: Subent@bellsouth.net
Known educational history for Susan Warren Bentley from Tuscumbia, AL.
- DSc, Health and Wellness, California University of Pennsylvania, 2016-2018
- MSc, Anti Aging and Functional Medicine, University of South Florida, 2014-2015
- MBA, Health Administration/Management, Regis University, 2003-2005
- Bachelor's, Registered Nursing, University of North Alabama, 1976-1977
- Bachelor's, Nursing, University of Tennessee of Knoxville, 1972-1975
Known political history for Susan Warren Bentley from Tuscumbia, AL.
- Candidate, Alabama State House of Representatives, District 3, 2022
Known professional history for Susan Warren Bentley from Tuscumbia, AL.
- Women's Health Nurse Practitioner/Owner, Options Wellness Center, 2018-present
- Nurse Practitioner, Anti Aging, Women's Health, Sexual Dysfunction, Shoals Primary Care, Women's Center, 2017-2018
- Owner/Product and Concept Development, Options by Susan Bentley, 2016-present
- Nurse Practitioner, Women's Health Options, 2011-2014
- Nurse Practitioner, Women's Clinic Shoals, 1985-2003, 2006-2014
- Nurse Practitioner, Jemsek Specialty Clinic, 2003-2005
- Nurse Practitioner, Northwest Alabama Regional Health Department, 1977-1985
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