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Milissa Buckles

Glendale Memorial Hospital
 
RN Case Manager

United States

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Milissa Buckles serves as the Registered Nurse (RN) Case Manager at Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health Center in Glendale, California. As an RN Case Manager, Ms. Buckles manages the intake and discharge of patients at the facility and also provides for extended care when necessary. She works closely with patients to determine their medical needs and has developed a reputation for compassion and well-informed opinions. Outside of her work with patients, Milissa Buckles also oversees the facility's patient resources and regularly performs utilization reviews, which requires her to work with insurance companies. During the reviews, she provides proof to these companies about the medical importance of certain procedures and treatments. At the hospital, Ms. Buckles additionally ensures that employees offer the same high standard of care and that patient information remains organized and easily accessible. 


A graduate of the University of Phoenix, Milissa Buckles holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. While in school, she also secured certification as a Case Manager and a Public Health Nurse. Ms. Buckles remains involved in her professional community through memberships with the Oncology Nursing Society and the Case Management Society of America. As a member of these societies, she gains invaluable information that informs her role at the hospital and allows her to constantly raise the standards of care. 

Milissa Buckles understands the importance of giving back to individuals in need and offers regular support to charities that work with veterans, as well as women and children. In addition, she donates to The American National Red Cross.

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