New State Trauma Program Coordinator: Tiffany S. Lightfoot RN, BSN, MSPosted on Nov 18, 2016 in All IPCS News, State of Hawaii, State Trauma Program
The Emergency Medical Services and Injury Prevention Systems Branch is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Tiffany S. Lightfoot RN, BSN, MS as our new State Trauma Program Coordinator. Ms. Lightfoot has many years of experience as a paramedic and emergency department nurse with the Hawaii pre-hospital emergency and trauma systems.
Most recently, she held the position of clinical case manager at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, a Level I Trauma Center. Tiffany coordinated trauma patient care from admission through discharge. She possesses a breadth of knowledge of how trauma systems work for the benefit of the injured patient. In addition to her trauma experience, she has developed and managed award winning hospital stroke care systems including a program at an integrated multi-hospital health system in California.
Tiffany holds a Master of Science degree in Patient Safety Leadership from the University of Illinois, Chicago, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from California State University East Bay, Concord, CA, and an Associate of Science degree with honors in Paramedicine: Pre-hospital Emergency Care from Los Medanos College, Pittsburg, CA.
Her awards include: Daisy Award for Extraordinary Nursing at UCLA – 2015, Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society – 2009, and AMR Oahu Paramedic of the Year – 2005.
Please join us in welcoming Ms. Lightfoot to the EMS, Injury Prevention, and Trauma ohana.