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Nurse Practitioner Manager

Location:
Cupertino, California, United States
Posted:
April 09, 2018

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Manli Huang, RN-c, MSN, DNP, FNP-BC.

Qualification

Highlights

Education,

Certifications

Employment

History

Professional

Experience

Research

Work

Achievements

Certified Family Nurse Practitioner

Post-doctorate of Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP)

Doctorate of Nursing Practices (DNP) in HealthCare System Leadership.

Current CA Family Nurse practitioner license & Furnishing license

NP clinical rotations in Urology, Neurology, Breast Oncology, Obstetric & Pediatric Urology, Gastrointestinal units at Stanford/LPCH Hospital and Emergency department at San Francis hospital in 2016 - 2017.

Over three years of outpatient nursing management experience in Family & Adult Medicine.

Maternal Child Health Clinical Instructor through University of San Francisco at Stanford Hospital, Kaiser, San Jose Velley Medical Center & St. Luke’s.

Over five years of inpatient RN & nursing management experience in Maternal Child Health Unit.

Current cardiopulmonary resuscitation (BLS) certification.

Certified NRP instructor at Stanford Hospital and Kaiser Medical Center

Bilingual (English/Chinese).

Received a Quality Improvement Award for making a difference to Santa Clara Kaiser Permanente Quality of Care and Performance Improvement in 2011.

University of San Francisco, S.F., CA

Post-doctorate of Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP), 2017

Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP), 2013

San Francisco State University, S.F., CA

Master of Science in Nursing, 1994

Bachelor of Science in Nursing, 1993

National Certified Family Nurse Practitioner (ANCC)

Nurse Practitioner State License

Furnishing License

Certified Nurse Manager & Leader

Certified NRP Instructor

Certified S.T.A.B.L.E. Instructor for Neonates

BLS Certification

Public Health Nurse Certificate

Dr. Fan OBGYN clinic and Associate, S. F. CA 2013 – Present

RN Clinical Educator for Chinese physicians, nurses and Midwife, who come from China.

University of San Francisco, S.F., CA, 2010 – 2017 (intermittent)

Clinical Instructor at Stanford Hospital, Kaiser, San Jose Velley Medical Center.

University of California San Francisco Medical Center, 2013

Senior Administrative Nurse Manager at the Outpatient High Risk OB unit.

Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, San Francisco, CA, 2012 – 2013

Unit Service Department Manager in Family & Adult Medicine Unit.

Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, Santa Clara, CA, 2005 – 2012

RN/Unit Supervisor in Postpartum Unit.

Lucile Packard’s Children Hospital at Stanford Hospital, 1998 – 2000

RN, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

California Pacific Medical Center, S.F., CA, 1996 – 2005

RN/Unit Supervisor/Interim nurse Manager in Postpartum Unit.

Management Experience

Chairman of Pharmacy, Caring Theory, Throughput and Workplace Safety Committees.

Establish and evaluate effectiveness of various nursing training programs.

Develop and implement action plans to improve staff development and patient satisfaction.

Participate in establishing and amending departmental policies and procedures.

Supervise Post-Partum and Nursery units (150+ employees)

Ensure that delivery of daily patient care meets federal, state, and local regulatory requirements.

Knowledge of AWOHNN, quality improvement, standards of the OB clinical care delivery process, & staffing.

Teaching Experience

Clinical instructor at University of San Francisco, BSN program. Clinical sites include Kaiser Medical Center and Stanford Hospital.

NRP instructor at Stanford Hospital and Kaiser Santa Clara Medical Center.

Principle investigator - a research study to evaluate accuracy of transcutaneous bilirubinometry (TcB) on 500 healthy neonates to test for neonatal jaundice. TcB will eliminate painful blood testing and result in significant cost savings and expedite the discharge process in MBA unit.

Created and initiated a discharge appointment time program to expedite patient discharges from the Mother Baby Unit, which has resulted in an impressive increase in the number of patients who are discharged within the discharge time goals (from 30% to 47% in two months, 2011). Resulted in increased patient satisfaction, and quicker transfers of patients from L&D to the Mother Baby Unit, which reduced waiting times for laboring mothers to be admitted into L&D.

Initiated and implemented the MBA Caring Science Committee. Present a wide range of group-interactive activities, teaching presentations, guest speakers, and numerous other activities. The committee is so popular that nurses have asked for more frequent meetings.

Revived the NKE (Nursing Knowledge Exchange) process in the MB department, which has resulted in improved exchange of patient information between nurses and 100% nurse participation in NKE.

Established the goal of 100% daily patient rounding by management to increase patient interaction with management team.

Led the MB Department in earning the Workplace Safety Awards for 50 weeks no injury in 2011.

Created a staff break/meal schedule for each shift to organize break/meal times, which eliminated the problem of multiple nurses off the floor simultaneously.

Created and initiated successful Mother Baby/L&D nurse shadowing program to increase nurses’ understanding of both departments’ unique roles and responsibilities. Resulted in improved communication between the MB and L&D staff, and was well received by administration and nurses.

Created and implemented a newborn screening workflow process to prevent PKU documentation errors/omissions and loss of PKU specimens.

Initiated & implemented a discharge medication process to decrease waiting times for medications and to expedite patient discharges.

Solved the hospital-wide circumcision tray shortage problem by developing a color-coding system to prevent loss of circumcision trays from the MB Department, NICU, and Newborn Club. Instructed the Sterile Processing Department to separate Gomco clamps from the circumcision trays so that circumcisions can be performed even if the trays are not available.



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