Daniel Napoliello

Title: Nursing Administrator, Educator, Healthcare Auditor
Location: Peoria, Arizona, United States

Daniel Napoliello, Nursing Administrator, Educator and Health care Auditor, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Nurses for dedication, achievements, and leadership.

It was happenstance when Mr. Napoliello came upon a Red Cross bulletin board posting while in high school that led him down a career path in medicine. Having always wanted to help others, this nursing course set him on his path. He first earned a diploma in nursing from St. Joseph Hospital in 1965 and later received a BSN from the University of South Carolina in 1975 and a MEd from Chapman College in 1977. Early in his career, Mr. Napoliello served in the U.S. Army and was commissioned as a 2nd lieutenant. He advanced through the ranks to become a captain by the time he retired from the Nurse Corps of the U.S. Army in 1994. During his military career, he worked as a commissioned officer for the U.S. Public Health Service between 1977 and 1994 and chief nurse of the 8th combat support hospital at Ford Ord. In his civilian career, Mr. Napoliello has worked as a senior internal auditor of healthcare for Triwest Healthcare Alliance, as a nurse consultant in Peoria, as a quality management specialist with Intergroup of Arizona, and an area hospital nursing consultant for Phoenix Area Indian Health Service.

Since 2014, Mr. Napoliello has volunteered as a registered nurse and infection control officer for the Native Health Clinic, and in essence, he has a great deal to do with the data collection analysis observation of infection control practices. Once a month, he teaches orientation and refresher training and control for the organization. As such he is a member of the quality improvement team and conducts a lot of policy reviews and revisions along with updates regarding that area. Among the myriad awards he has been recognized within his career, Mr. Napoliello received citations from the US Public Health Service, a commendation medal, the Chief Nurse Office Award in 1991, an Outstanding Service Medal in 1992 and a Nursing Excellence Award for Nursing Practice form the Nebraska Nurses Association in 1991.

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