Beth McLellan

Beth E McLellan, NP

Specialties: Nurse Practitioner

Services: Sleep Disorders

Board Certification and Education

Board Certifications

  • American Academy of Nurse Practitioners - Family

Education

  • University Of Windsor, Nurse Practitioner, 2015
  • University Of Windsor, Nursing, 2005
  • University Of Windsor, Nursing, 1992

About Me

Degrees: Certified Primary Care Nurse Practitioner

Biographical Statement:
I strive to provide compassionate, intelligent comprehensive and holistic care to all my patients. I practice as a NP using evidence based medicine and best practice guidelines.

Awards and Honors:

  • 2019 MASM Excellence in Research Award, Treatment of OSA with CPAP to improve cognitive function in MCI (2019)
  • HFHS Focus on People Award for efforts in Decreasing Mortality from Sepsis in ICU and ED (2007)
  • Oakland University Nightingale Award for Advance Practice Nursing , (2007)
  • HFHS Focus on People Award as for efforts in reducing hospital acquired infections (2006)
  • Henry Ford Health System Quality Expose Excellence Award, (Sepsis) (2006)

Languages

English

Gender

Female

Locations

Henry Ford Medical Center - Sterling Heights
3500 15 Mile Rd
Sterling Hgts, MI 48310

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