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In July 2013, the company has moved to a new location. We are no longer in Broadway, NY. Conferences will be held at New York City conference centers. Classes are held at the New York City Seminar and Conference Centers, 71 WEST 23rd Street Suite 515, New York, New York. The alternative site for classes will be at the SLC Conference Center, 15 West 39th Street, third floor, NY, NY (between Fifth and Sixth Avenues). Please proceed to the "Schedules and Fees" page for more information on how to register. Thank you.
I would like to thank all my clients for helping me stay in business for 22 years.
Our goal is to promote educational outcomes based on students' understanding of the courses attended. Despite inflation and the cost of conference centers and materials required in the class, the company will try its best to provide courses at minimum cost possible.
Announcement: Book Published May 20, 2015: Preceptor Training Handbook: Approaches to Clinical Effectiveness of Nurse Preceptors - Author, Marie Ortaliz
This book is available at Amazon.com or may also be purchased from the author. To purchase this book from the author with the author's signature, send an email to email@example.com
Marie Ortaliz Center, Inc. is an Approved Provider of continuing nursing education for the Northeast Multi-State Division, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.
Marie Ortaliz Center, Inc. will foster a learning environment where scholarly activities that lead to intellectual development of nurses create valuable knowledge required in the performance of nursing skills. The core values of truth, discovery, persistence, respect for diversity, professional integrity, and creativity will assist nurses in development of critical-thinking and decision-making in management and delivery of quality, safe, and excellent nursing care.
Education is a process of inquiry and exploration, a collaboration between the institution and the student. Education is achieved when a self-realization that a transcendence into a higher level of intellectual development has taken place (Ortaliz, 2014).
copyright by Marie Ortaliz 2011
About the Company
Marie Ortaliz Center, Inc. was founded in 1997 by Marie Ortaliz EdD, MS, BSN, RN, CCRN-K, with the purpose of providing seminars that will aid in the improvement of nursing care by keeping current with changes in healthcare and complying with standards of the nursing profession. Some of the courses are designed to assist in the orientation process of new nurses working in critical care units and for nurses seeking to pass the certification examination for critical care. Knowledge contibutes to confidence, skills, and quality patient care. Confidence in what we do as nurses enhances our nursing performance, nurturing and upholding professional standards.
Seminars may be arranged to be held on site at hospitals and healthcare facilities.
Marie Ortaliz EdD, MS, BSN, RN, CCRN-K
Professional Experience in New York City hospitals
Nurse Manager in the Medical ICU Cardiothoracic ICU Preceptor/Nurse Educator Cardiothoracic Staff Nurse Lecturer for Critical Care Courses and ACLS for 24 years CCRN Reviewer for 18 years Education Consultant/ orientation of nurses/critical care units CCU RN/Educator
Fellow, New York Academy of Medicine
Nurse Peer Reviewer - Northeast Multistate Division, an accredited approver of Continuing Nursing Professional Development by the American Nurses Credentialing Council's Commission on Accreditation.
Awards: Excellence Award Nurse Educator of the Year 2014
Award Presented by Philippine Nurses Association of America
Most Distinguished Alumni Award 2012
Award Presented by Colegio San Agustin De Bacolod
Accepted as a Fellow in the New York Academy of Medicine - Induction date - November 7, 2019
Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International
Mu Epsilon Chapter
AACN American Heart Association
Member-Council on Cardiovascular Nursing
Member- Council on High Blood Pressure Research Philippine Nurses Association of NY
Chair - Bylaws Committee, 2016-2018
Chair - Newsletter Committee, 2016-2018
Chair - Education and Professional Development Committee, 2014-2016
Vice President. 2014-2016
National League for Nursing American Nurses Association
Appointed to the Advisory Council, American Nurses Association, in the #End Nurse Abuse Panel, March. 2018
Appointed to ANA Leadership Group, January, 2019
New York Academy of Medicine
Colleges Graduated from:
BSN - Colegio San Agustin, Bacolod, March, 1975
Master of Science in Healthcare Administration - New Engalnd College, New Hampshire, graduated 2010
Doctorate of Education, Higher Education Administration - New England College, New Hampshire, graduated 2014
Other Courses - Certificate: Global Healthcare Delivery - Harvard University, March,2018
"Adopt a Barrio" in collaboration with the Olivia Yanson Foundation - This is a project in the Philippines, a barrio located in Negros Oriental, Philppines. Dr. Marie Ortaliz states "I was inspired to write this proposal upon completion of the course - Global Health Delivery. The main purpose of the project is the promotion of health, well-being, and livelihood of the population in this locality." The project is funded by Olivia Yanson Foundation.