Title: Registered Nurse
Company: Ochsner Medical Center
Location: Hahnville, Louisiana, United States
Randi M. Beltz, RN, CCRN, Registered Nurse at Ochsner Medical Center, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Nurses for dedication, achievements, and leadership in critical care nursing.
Coming from a family of medical professionals, Ms. Beltz had always loved science and helping others, which guided her to pursue a career in nursing. Backed by coursework in nursing from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, she achieved a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from McNeese State University in 2017. In 2019, she completed a hospital administration internship and nurse residency and is currently pursuing a Doctor of Nursing Practice from the University of South Alabama. Commencing her career as a registered nurse at North Oaks Medical Center from 2017 to 2018, since 2018 Ms. Beltz has served as a registered nurse at Ochsner Medical Center where she specializes in critical care and interventional radiology. Additionally, since 2019, she has served on their code blue committee risk-adjusted mortality index and is an instructor at ACLS and BLS.
The recipient of a Nurse Excellence Award from 2020, Ms. Beltz has also been honored with various Good Catch Awards. She attributes her success to a strong support system, as her family and friends provide great structure to help her learn, grow and expand her horizons. Her motivation is strengthened by their continuous encouragement and she also wants to be a role model for the children in her family, showing them that anything is possible when you apply your mind and work hard. Presently, Ms. Beltz maintains affiliation with the Greater New Orleans Chapter of the American Association of Critical Nurses, American Nurses Association, Louisiana State Nurses Association and Sigma Theta Tau. She is also involved with the Ochsner Medical Center’s Unit Practice Council and Scheduling Committee, as well as its Women Empowering Women Group and Young Professional Association. In five years’ time, Ms. Beltz hopes to be in an advanced practice role within her health care organization. She aspires to work in research, especially oncology-related clinical trials, in order to improve care and outcomes for the patient population in the future.
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