• Bari Berger

    Bari Berger, MSN-ED, MBA-HCM, RN has been dedicated to Nursing and Health Care for over 20 years. Bari holds a Master's of Science in Nursing and a Master’s of Business Management in Healthcare and a post Master’s certificate for Nursing Education. Her clinical experience ranges from Paediatric and Adult Emergency Care, Med/Surg nursing, Orthopaedics, Neurological Nursing, Informatics, Risk Management, Geriatric Care, and years working in a Management/Director Positions. Bari has also had the opportunity to be the clinical director for multiple governing agency programmes in the U.S.; Stroke, Total Hip/Knee, Spine, NICHE Chest Pain, Atrial Fibrillation, and Heart Failure. Bari was the Director of Education for a hospital and has had experience building education programs for all the departments in the hospital, not just nursing. Bari believes in education and loves teaching in a BSN program at a local four-year college. Bari is currently enrolled in a university for her family nurse practitioner and a doctorate in nursing practice.

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