In Las Vegas, Emergency Department Clinical Educator at Dignity Health-St. Rose de Lima Hospital, Tracy Fellenstein, obtained both her doctorate and M.B.A. to manage and elevate the education of the staff.
Ric Miller, senior market director of Cardiovascular Services for Dignity Health, St. Rose Dominican Hospitals, is taking his career in health care to a new level by pursuing his Health Sciences M.B.A.
This Las Vegas nurse transitioned into a health care administrator and now Sherri Allen is the vice president of risk management with HealthCare Partners Nevada.
Irma Sison began her career as a medical doctor overseas but after returning home to the United States, she took a different career path in the organ and tissue transplant field.
One nursing executive for an end-of-life organization works diligently to keep up with the changes in the health care industry while making a difference for many patients.
While many would consider health care to include only patients, there is another aspect and that includes organ and tissue donation. For many, advanced careers in this area can be very rewarding.
Business is an important aspect of the health care industry and those with a background both in medical training and business education are needed to transform the current situation.