Holly Phan-Tran, MSN, APRN, CPNP-PC
- Texas Medical Center
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
Texas Children's Hospital
|University of Texas Health Science Center, College of Nursing||masters||Masters of Science in Nursing, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner||2004|
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.
|National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners||Member|
|Texas Children’s Hospital Advanced Practice Provider Conference||Planning Committee (Chair of Registration Committee)|
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.