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MPH, MBA, RRT, CHES Credentials

 

Health care practitioner with clinical, management and leadership experience in health administration, particularly respiratory-cardiopulmonary services. A public health advocate and an enthusiastic corporate health consultant. Strengths include project management, process improvement, health education, quantitative analysis, program planning, management and execution.

WORK EXPERIENCE

CEO/President

Bamiro Group LLC.

May 2015 – Present, LAX, DFW, LOS

 

 

Bamiro Group LLC. is the parent company for Lyfe Health Consulting, 5 Yard Fabrics, and Healthcare Leaders Of Tomorrow.

 

 

- Lyfe Health Consulting is a health consulting firm that provides the following public health and healthcare related services: Program Planning,  Program Evaluation, Research Development, Program Implementation, Health Education Courses, Bio-metrics Coordination, Group Health Assessments, Health Seminars, Talks and Symposiums. For more information, visit www.LyfeHealthConsulting.com

 

- 5 Yard Fabrics is a clothing company that provides elegant Afrocentric fabrics, also known as "Asoèbi" for all occasions including traditional African themed weddings, Galas, birthday celebrations among other occasions. 5 Yard Fabrics provide ready-made and Bespoke garments to her clients. Fabric consultation is one of the many blessings of working with 5 Yard Fabrics.

-Healthcare Leaders of Tomorrow, also known as #HealthcareLOT has 1 purpose, to empower individuals interested in becoming Managers, Directors and Executives in the healthcare industry. #HealthcareLOT is a place where potential healthcare leaders can learn to be the best leader possible. Colleagues on the same journey to leadership can discuss their paths, learn from each other by sharing and also learn from us. Courses on healthcare leadership such as "dealing with change" and "conflict resolution" are available at www.HealthcareLOT.com .

Director, Business Development

Medical City Denton (formerly Denton Regional Medical Center), an HCA Facility

June 2018 – Present, Dallas/Fort-Worth Metroplex

 

- Leadership oversight of Business Development: Aligning physicians with existing and potential service lines as they develop. Pursing existing leads and facilitating alignment with growth potentials in a timely manner. Developing programs in alignment with existing and intended physician alignment.

 

-Retained Leadership oversight of Cardiopulmonary Services: Oversee clinical & administrative functions of $35 million Cardiopulmonary Services, including oversight of 37 clinicians (including management & supervisors) across 3 departments supporting approx. 60,000 patients per year. 

 

 

Director, Cardiopulmonary Services

Medical City Denton (formerly Denton Regional Medical Center), an HCA Facility

December 2014 – June 2018, Dallas/Fort-Worth Metroplex

 

- Met established productivity standards to achieve year-end target

- Work in conjunction with the COO to establish cost and charges for programs and services

- Performed within 95-100% of the approved budget by meeting or improving upon budgeted revenue and volume-adjusted expenses

- Developed annual budgets based on approved organizational and departmental goals

- Present and implement an annual action plan to decrease operating expense while increasing departmental productivity

- Delegates work assignments accordingly

- Ensured departmental standards/safety practices are maintained

- Worked effectively with the Human resources department and managed human resources; Identified and recruited potential candidates to the department

- Oversaw employee orientation and training, ensuring staff's development and competency

- Ensured staff compliance with annual competencies, and certification requirements to perform job requirements (e.g. BCLS, PALS, ACLS, etc)

- Performed yearly performance evaluation on all personnel

- Reviewed, revised and approved departmental policies in a timely manner

- Conducted monthly staff meetings to review issues of patient care, staff interaction, organizational performance, quality, and patient safety

- Met accreditation and licensure criteria of accrediting and regulatory agencies (i.e. TJC, MERP)

- Delivered reports such as QI plan, quarterly reports, and annual summary report in a timely manner

- Worked cooperatively as team members to reach hospital-wide objectives

- Functioned as a resource for other Departments regarding clinical, and operational management

Manager, Respiratory Care Services

White Memorial Medical Center, an Adventist Health Facility

January 2013 – November 2014, Greater Los Angeles Area

 

- Met established productivity standards to achieve year-end target

- Worked in conjunction with Finance Department and Department Director to establish cost and charges for programs and services

- Performed within 95-100% of approved budget and by meeting or improving upon budgeted revenue and volume-adjusted expenses

- Developed annual budgets with Director based upon approved organizational and departmental goals

- Presented and implemented annual action plan to decrease operating expense while increasing departmental productivity

- Took personal responsibility for analyzing problemsImplemented appropriate action within a time frame that lead to successful problem resolution

- Delegated work assignments accordingly

- Ensured departmental standards/safety practices were maintainedImplemented and maintained efficient performance standards for department

- Managed human resources: Identifies and recruits potential candidates to the department

- Oversaw employee orientation and training, ensuring staff's development and competency

- Ensured staff compliance with annual competencies, and certification requirements to perform job requirements (e.g. BCLS, PALS, ACLS, etc)Performed yearly performance evaluation of all personnel

- Reviewed, revised and approved departmental policies in a timely manner

- Worked effectively with the human resources department to effectively manage human resource issues, which could result in valid grievances, legal action, unnecessary turnover, etc

- Conducted monthly staff meetings to review issues of patient care, staff interaction, organizational performance, quality and patient safety

- Met accreditation and licensure criteria of accrediting and regulatory agencies (i.e. TJC, CAP, CDPH, MERP)

- Delivered reports such as QI plan, quarterly reports, and annual summary report in a timely manner

- Worked cooperatively as a team member to reach hospital-wide objectives

- Functioned as a resource for other Departments regarding clinical, and operational management

Supervisor, Respiratory Care Services

OU Medicine, an HCA Facility

February 2010 – December 2012, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Area

 

- Developed and operated process improvement plans to ensure minimal variation in patient care and service

- Reported patient satisfaction surveys to manager on a monthly basis Reported quarterly staff rounding to manager

- Lead yearly evaluation of staff to determine compensation

- Supported completion of quarterly and annual department outcome reportsAddressed clinical team and patient issues, concerns and progress

- Addressed team’s performance standards and goalsAddressed training issues and educational needs

- Developed and contributed to policies and procedures which affected clinical operations

- Represented clinical department on work teams and designated committees

- Ensured implementation of operational standards

- Supervised staff providing direct patient care

- Ensured customer service relations with clinical team treating clients appropriately

Registered Respiratory Therapist

OU Medicine, an HCA Facility

August 2006 – February 2010, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Area

 

- Performed patient assessment

- Achieved diagnostic evaluation

- Treated and cared for patients with breathing difficulties

- Managed mechanical ventilators, oxygen administration, and HFOV

- Performed volume augmentation and chest physiotherapy

- Drew Arterial Blood Gases (ABG)

- Followed physician’s prescription order for treating patients

- Responsible for all repository care methods

- Managed patients with Asthma, COPD, Tobacco issues

Certified Respiratory Therapist- Emergency Department

Methodist Health System

August 2005 – August 2006, Dallas/Fort Worth Area

 

- Followed physician’s prescription order for treating patients

- Responsible for all repository care methods

- Cared for respiratory patients in the Emergency Department

- Managed ventilation and bronchodilator administration

- Assessed patients and developed programs for emergency department patients

- Consulted with physicians to develop patient treatment plans

- Performed diagnostic tests such as measuring lung capacity

- Treated patients, using a variety of methods, including chest physiotherapy

- Monitored and recorded the progress of treated patients

- Taught patients the use of medication and home respiratory therapy

- Educated Asthma patients and implemented Tobacco cessation programs

EDUCATION

Walden University

Doctorate in Public Health

Est. 2020

 

University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

Master of Public Health (MPH), Public Health Education and Promotion

College of Public Health Student Government: Senator 2010-2011, Community Service Chair 2011-2012

2010 – 2012

 

University of Central Oklahoma - College of Business Administration

Master of Business Administration (MBA), Healthcare related projects/concentration

2008 – 2010

 

University of Oklahoma

N/A, Pre Professional Studies

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Incorporated

2006 – 2008

 

Mountain State University

BSRC, Health Administration and Respiratory Therapy, Cum Laude

2006

 

El Centro College

AAS, Respiratory Care, Summa Cum Laude

Best Respiratory Care Student of the Year

Phi Theta Kappa Chapter President 2003-2004

2005

COURSES

University of Central Oklahoma - College of Business Administration 

 

- Human Capital Management

- Accounting and Finance

- Leading in a Globally Competitive Environment

- Prices, Profits, and the Market Economy

- Managing Business Processes with Information Technology

- Quantitative Modeling

- Strategic Integration

 

University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center 

 

- Theoretical Concepts in Health Promotions

- Introduction to Health Education and Health Promotion

- Community Assessment, Organization, and Interventions

- Health Program Evaluation

- Program Planning for Health Promotion

- Social and Behavioral Sciences in Public Health

- Biostatistics Methods

- Principles of Epidemiology

- Introduction to Global Health

- Health Policy and Politics

 

Mountain State University

 

- Health Care Management

- Managed Health Administration

- Reimbursement Systems

- Research Methods in Health Professions

As the tagline above says, I am an author, a teacher and a public speaker.

 

I am also a goal oriented professional healthcare administrator/ practitioner with a decade of clinical, management and leadership experience in healthcare practice and administration.

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