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Randi Mullaney, APRN, CNP


  • Nurse Practitioner, Division of Hospital Medicine, Liberty Campus
I believe that each child and family are unique. I think that partnering with patients and families to address even the smallest detail is what makes a difference at the end of the day.

About

Biography

As a nurse practitioner, I work with children admitted to the hospital with a variety of conditions. I specialize in providing complex care.

I believe that each child and family are unique. I think that partnering with patients and families to address even the smallest detail is what makes a difference at the end of the day.

My path to becoming an advanced practice provider began when I worked in the medical records department at a small-town private practice. My manager noticed my desire to help others and make a difference. She encouraged me to start nursing school and promoted me to a medical assistant position. I knew from the minute I started working with patients that I preferred working with children. Children see the joy in the little things in life.

I enjoy learning about a variety of diagnoses, which drew me to work in hospital medicine. When it comes to my complex care patients, I like spending time with the families who expertly care for their children. It's my pleasure to partner with families to develop plans that best address their children's needs.

I am always humbled to be recognized for my work. Some of my awards include:

  • 2019 Pediatric Hospital Medicine Conference abstract presentation, "Standardizing Suctioning Protocol for Patients with Bronchiolitis"
  • 2019 Pediatric Hospital Medicine Conference co-presenter at "Working with Advanced Practice Providers" workshop
  • 2018 Nominee for Carol McKenzie Award for Excellence in Advanced Practice Nursing Co-Leader for RCIC 30 project, "Standardizing Suctioning Protocol for Patients with Bronchiolitis”

In my free time, I enjoy running, cooking, hiking and attending sporting events with my family. I love classic rock music and the 1980s era.

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