About Us

Urgent Care At The Pointe is committed to excellence in patient care, providing highly qualified physicians and medical personnel to serve your medical needs. We place a strong emphasis on the patient-provider relationship, putting patients first.

We provide fast, efficient and effective care to all our patients.

Ms. Katina Holliday

Katina Holliday, FNP

Compassionate. Loving. Giving. Visionary. Philanthropist. A true humanitarian.

Katina Holliday is the proud Founder of Urgent Care At The Pointe, a faith-based organization.

Katina Holliday has dedicated her professional career to servicing individuals. With over twenty-five years of clinical nursing experience, her rich and varied professional career has included staffing, administration, and nursing positions. She has worked in a multitude of departments including the Emergency Room (ER), Intensive Care Unit (ICU), Case Management, Telemetry Unit, Medical-Surgery units, Post-Partum, GI labs, Cardiology clinics, Post Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU), Primary care clinics, Polytrauma/TBI clinic, Plastic Surgery, Veterans Affairs, and has served as both Director of Nursing and Administrator on Duty. Katina is truly a well-rounded health care professional who humbly believes that everyone, by right, deserves to live a ‘free’ life. A life free from sickness, compromised health, disease, and the multiple maladies of medical conditions that can impede a person’s ability to live a thriving and joyful life.

In that quest, Ms. Holliday founded Urgent Care At The Pointe. Located in her hometown of Aberdeen, Mississippi, Ms. Holliday's aim was to provide thorough medical oversight and offer healthy nutritional and wellness programs focused on helping individuals regain their medical soundness and to support living a healthy and fulfilling life.

Katina Holliday’s extensive clinical experience is only superseded by her vast education.

Katina holds a Master of Science in Nursing, from the Family Nurse Practitioner Program of Azusa Pacific University in Azusa, CA. She holds her Bachelor of Science also from Azusa Pacific University. She obtained her Associate Degree in Nursing from Mississippi University for Women in Columbus, MS. Katina is a member of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, a member of the American Organization of Executive Nurses and a member of American Association of Nurse Practitioners. In addition to serving as the Chief Nursing Officer (C.N.O.) of Serenity Recuperative Care, she is currently the C.E.O. of Holliday’s Helping Hands and Advance Nursing Services. Her list of accolades are just as numerous including the prestigious award from the Department of Health Services for her collaboration on the Recuperative Care Model, an award of honor from the Polytrauma/TBI clinic of the Veteran Affairs, Key to the City of her hometown, Aberdeen, MS and a Philanthropist Award.

Katina Holliday has chosen to combine her formal education and clinical experience into a holistic approach for her patients. She considers not only the physical aspects of the illness, but the emotional and spiritual aspects that impact them as well. She believes that healing and wholeness are matters of the body, mind, and spirit. Katina impacts lives for the better; everywhere she goes she leaves it better than she found it, and leaves the fingerprints of her healing hands. Already her life’s work has strewn a path paved with love, compassion, and healing for others. Ms. Holliday’s impact on humanity will forever live on.

Ms. Holliday, along with her compassionate medical staff, are dedicated to the medically under-served communities, providing quality care and education. The staff at UCP not only sees patients in the clinic, but does community outreach programs, including talks, health fairs, and screenings.