Viviana Lozano has a master’s degree in nursing from Walden University since 2020, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Bloomfield College in 2013 and has worked as a Nurse since 2008. Viviana worked as a primary nurse practitioner for Kiddy clinic, as well as a primary provider for Metrodoc urgent care and Nirvana health. As a nurse she worked as Hospice Case Manager and a supervisor of a 180-bed subacute facility. As a Nurse practitioner Viviana was responsible for building positive interpersonal relationships with her patients as well as their families. She was also responsible for assessing and evaluating the needs of patients of patient and all ages with all kinds of health problem in some cases life threatening and life limiting illnesses, developing and providing an appropriate and individualized plan of care based on client’s needs, treating, maintaining health. She emphasized preventing disease and maintaining health. Viviana collaborated with patients, their families, and other members of the interdisciplinary team thus providing the highest quality care.
Viviana has 18 years of healthcare experience including serving as a surgical coordinator in a private practice specializing in cardiology, internal medicine, and ophthalmology. She has varied experiences including supervisor and charge nurse in long term care facilities. These experiences have helped shape her unique perspective and understanding of community healthcare delivery and the needs of diverse populations and most certainly underserved populations. Viviana served as Chair of Public Relations and Marketing and Board Member at the National Association of Hispanic Nurses, Garden State Chapter. She participated as panel contributor for Latino Motion Health Education segment, she was a presenter for HHQI healthcare Issues Among Hispanic patients, Barriers to care, and a presenter for the National Association of Hispanic nurses of a poster presentation about Cultural competency impact on health literacy.