Michaela Nalamliang, MSN, CPNPPediatrics
Areas of interest: General Pediatrics (neonates to adolescents), Pediatric Pain and Palliative Care; providing a medical home for children
living in underserved communities and optimizing their access to health care services, optimizing the quality of life of children living with complex chronic
medical conditions and life-limiting conditions.
Site: Madras School-Based Health Center
Education: Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Biological Sciences from University of California, Irvine, (1994), Bachelor of Science Nursing (B.S.N) University of Southern California (USC) (1998), Master of Science Nursing (M.S.N) University of California Los Angeles (UCLA)(2002)Certifications:Nationally certified as a PNP from PNCB, certified in pediatric advance life support (PALS), BCLS
Languages: English, Tagalog, Medical Spanish
Providing quality and compassionate care, in any clinical setting, to children and their families has always been my lifelong purpose. I firmly believe that the provision of excellent and compassionate medical care can transcend all barriers and promote the quality of life of children and the communities in which they live.
Outside of work I am a dedicated wife and mother to two beautiful and fun loving children ( 6 year old son and 9 year old brother). We enjoy watching movies together, swimming, traveling, and good old family time. I love to run, hike, read, and cook, especially dishes that take less than 20 minutes.