Holly Phan-Tran, MSN, APRN, CPNP-PC
Patient First has always been my philosophy to patient care. It is always stressful to have a medical condition, whether it is acute or chronic. Navigating the medical world can be complicated and frustrating. Working with nurses, doctors and the rest of our medical team, I ensure that patients and families get the most meaningful and comprehensive medical care to achieve the best outcome. My career started as a nurse in Neurology at TCH. Because I wanted to have a more impact on patient care, education and research, I got my pediatric nurse practitioner degree. I spent 5 years at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington DC specializing in Neuro-Oncology. In 2009, I joined the Interventional Radiology Division at TCH, specializing in Vascular Anomalies. Currently I am part of the Pediatric Otolaryngology Team. I educate the families and sedate patients for audiogram. My clinical interests consist of helping the medical and research team investigate complex medical conditions to develop better treatments.
Sheena Pimpalwar MD, Keith Pereira MD, Judith Margolin MD, Ionela Iacobas MD, Holly Phan-Tran, CPNP, Ashwin Pimpalwar MD . Percutaneous Management of Peritoneovenous Shunt Malfunction in Children. Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology Vol 29. Issue 3. March 2018. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jvir.2017.09.004.
Ashwin Pimpalwar MD, FRCS, Ionela Iacobas MD, Judith Margolin MD, Holly Phan-Tran CPNP, Sheena Pimpalwar MBBS, FRCS. Innovative use of Denver® shunt in a child with Generalized Lymphatic Anomaly. Journal of Laparoendoscopic & Advanced Surgical Techniques September 2017.
Phan-Tran HM, Pimpalwar SA, Castro E, Kearney D, Hicks MJ, et al. (2014) Glomuvenous Malformation Presenting as Cutaneous Hypersensitivity and Disabling Pain. Prog Science 1(4):e06 | doi: 10.14721/pscience.2014.e06.
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