Posted October 03, 2018 09:16:10 Beverly Hospital is proud to announce the hiring of a new obstetric nursing position at the Beverly Hospital in Los Angeles.
The position, which will be based at the main obstetres and general practices, will be filled by Candace O’Malley, a certified nursing assistant.
O’Lama will join the staff at the new facility as soon as she completes her internship and is accepted into the program.
The new position will be staffed by three primary care physicians.
Candace will also be expected to have a broad knowledge of obstetrisy and OB-GYN training, with the opportunity to participate in training programs, as well as clinical and administrative duties.
She will be responsible for assisting the obstetric team in their routine care, including the administration of the hospital’s OB-gyns, clinical management of patients, and patient safety and patient care planning.
Candacie O’Malleys responsibilities will include the implementation of standard protocols, supervision of all personnel, and ensuring the quality of care in the hospital.
Candace O.M. was born and raised in the South Bronx, New York, and attended a prestigious private high school.
She received her B.A. in Clinical Nursing from the University of New Mexico in 1993, and her J.D. in Nursing from Southern California University School of Law in 1996.
Candaces work experience has included practicing in New York and Los Angeles and working as a nurse practitioner at the University Medical Center in Los Angles, where she served as a licensed clinical nurse assistant.
Candce has a master’s degree in Nursing Practice from the UMC.
CandaOMalley has been working in obstetric medicine and family medicine for 20 years, as an obstetrician and gynecologist.
Candas family has extensive experience caring for infants, adolescents, children, and adults in multiple settings, including a long-term care facility in Los Alamos, California.
Candacie is currently a Registered Nurse for the City of Los Angeles Health Department, a member of the National Council of State Boards of Nursing, and has worked as a Registered Physician Assistant, as a Certified Nurse Practitioner, as Assistant Nurse Practician, as Nurse Practicest, and as a Nurse Practicing Mother.
Candacies work hours are 9-5 and include regular family visits and special events, as needed.
Candice has been a nurse since she was a toddler.
She graduated from New York University in the fall of 1991 with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
Candice currently serves on the board of the New York State Nurses Association, the board has elected Candace to serve on the Board of Directors.
Candacy is also an active volunteer, participating in many of the city’s community outreach efforts.
Candoia O’Donnell is a licensed professional nurse, a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and the New England Institute of Technology, and is currently an active member of Women in Nursing and the American Association of Nurse Practitions.
Candy O’Nolan is an award-winning TV journalist who has been covering hospitals and healthcare issues for more than a decade.
Candie earned her Bachelors of Science degrees in Journalism and Sociology at the State University of Connecticut in 2011 and a Master of Science degree in Media Production at the UConn School of Cinematic Arts in 2013.
Candy earned her Juris Doctorate degree in Health Journalism from the College of Charleston School of Journalism in 2017.
Candi has also worked in media, television, print, radio, and social media for the past five years, where her work has included covering national health and safety issues, health insurance coverage, health policy issues, consumer reporting, and health care information and policy.
Candies journalism focuses on the intersection of health care and the economy.
Candie has been recognized as one of the best television journalists in the United States.
She won a Peabody Award for Best Television News Writer in 2017 and has been honored by the Society of Professional Journalists as a Special Outstanding Investigative Reporter for the year 2017.
Candi is also the creator of The Real Life Guide to Nursing, an online guide that has over 40,000 downloads.
Candis blog has been viewed more than 15 million times and received the prestigious Librarian of Congress Award for Excellence in Nursing Journalism in 2018.
Candies award- winning journalism has been widely recognized as a top-notch topic of discussion and interest, with several awards, including National Newspaper of the Year, Los Angeles Times Best Newspaper of 2017, and Los Anglais City Councils award for Best Newspaper News of the year.
Candices coverage has been featured in major publications including The New York Times, Newsweek, the Washington Post, USA Today, Forbes, USA TODAY Network, and CBS News. Cands work