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AnneMarie N. Destruel, AGAC DNP

AnneMarie N. Destruel, AGAC DNP

Surgical and Critical Care Nurse Practitioner Fellow

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annemarie.destruel@ucsf.edu
415-353-3618
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Regis University Denver, CO - Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Rush University Chicago, IL - Adult Geriatric Acute Care Doctorate of Nurse Practice

  • State of California Board of Registered Nurses Nurse Practitioner License
  • American Nurses Credentialing Center Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Certification
  • Society of Critical Care Medicine Fundamental Critical Care Support Certificate of Completion
  • American Heart Association BLS Certificate
  • American Heart Association ACLS Certificate
  • Member of the American Nurse's Association
  • Member of Neuro Science Nurse's Association
  • Three and a half years of experience working with patients diagnosed with a variety of neurological diseases.
  • Two years of experience working with patients who had varying medical diagnoses ranging from burns, LVADs and total knee replacements on an inpatient rehabilitation unit.

AnneMarie Destruel, AGAC DNP is a nurse practitioner who has been accepted to UCSF's Surgical and Critical Care NP Fellowship Program.

AnneMarie started her nursing career on an inpatient rehabilitation unit working with patients who had varying medical diagnoses ranging from burns, LVADs and total knee replacements. This unique unit focused on transitioning patients from the acute care setting to home with their families. AnneMarie worked for three and a half years on an inpatient neurological ICU step down and medical surgical unit. These patients had varying neurological diagnoses such as stroke, epilepsy, brain tumors and multiple sclerosis. These units had various different team members all enhancing patient centered care in their own unique ways. As a nurse on both of these units AnneMarie was a preceptor for new graduate nurses. As a preceptor she adjusted her teaching style for each individual's different learning needs. During Covid 19 AnneMarie was hired for a crisis nurse position for three months on a step down Covid unit prior to starting the UCSF NP Fellowship Program. This experience further peaked her interest in critical care medicine.

AnneMarie earned her bachelor's in Nursing from Regis University. She then went on to earn her Doctorate of Nurse Practice through Rush University. Anne Marie is board certified through the American Nurses Credentialing Center. She is also a member of the American Nurse's Association and Neuro Science Nurse's Association.

Primary researcher for the Evaluation of the Clinical Nurse Leader Role at Rush Oak Park Hospital (January 2018 - December 2019)

Assistant researcher for IScore Evaluation at Northwest Community Hospital (November 2019 - February 2020)

 

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