In her role at CHOC at Mission Hospital, Kathleen is thrilled to blend her love of pediatric nursing and informatics.
The Gold Seal is a symbol of quality that reflects a healthcare organization’s commitment to providing safe and quality patient care. The certification recognizes healthcare organizations that provide clinical programs across the continuum of care for pediatric asthma.
CHOC is recognized for its work to improve the lives of patients experiencing endocrine disorders like diabetes, thyroid diseases, metabolic disorders and more.
Among the activities that led to CHOC maintaining the silver-level certification was forming a multi-disciplinary safe sleep committee; developing a safe sleep policy statement; using wearable blankets to model no loose bedding in cribs; providing family/caregiver education; and expanding staff training.
Serving CHOC patients and families runs three generations deep for this family of expert, compassionate clinicians.
Six CHOC researchers will make podium presentations on abstracts on lysosomal diseases at a global gathering Feb. 4 to 9.