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Region 7 NP of the Year 2020 Announcement

Tuesday, October 6, 2020  
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The NPALI is proud to announce that Dr. Maureen Hogan has been chosen as the 2020 Nurse Practitioner of the Year. Dr. Maureen Hogan is an adult-gerontological Nurse Practitioner and is currently part of the Advanced Heart Failure and Heart Transplant program at Northwell Health System at the Long Island Jewish and Manhasset campuses.

Maureen Hogan, DNP, AGNP, RN, CCRN, began her nursing education at Queensborough Community College graduating with an AAS Nursing degree and obtaining her BSN from Adelphi University in 1990. In 1996 she graduated with an MSN, GNP from Hunter-Bellevue College. During all her college years she was on the Dean’s list. Maureen embraces challenges and consistently strives to increase her knowledge and she graduated with her DNP in 2014 from Stony Brook University School of Nursing.

She has had a long career in nursing and in cardiology and began her career at Flushing Hospital in the medical-surgical ICU and CCU. In 1994 she began her career with NSLIJ in the EPS lab, CCU and cardiology research department. As an RN/CCRN, she had experience caring for patients on medical-surgical units, telemetry and critical care including medical, surgical and coronary care, the electrophysiology lab and cardiac research department which all provided a strong foundation for her NP practice.

Maureen began her Nurse Practitioner career with Massapequa Heart Associates in 1997, which later became part of Northwell Health Physician Partners. At Massapequa Heart Associates she became the supervisor of the Cardiac Arrhythmia Clinic. In addition to her supervisor role she was responsible for medical rounds at a local hospital, follow up care in the office for patients with CHF, performing nuclear stress tests and was actively involved in precepting new employees. In 2017 she took on a new position at Northwell Health Advanced Heart Failure Management where she manages patients in the inpatient and outpatient setting according to evidence based guidelines. She is involved in clinical trials as a sub-investigator and in the assessment of patients with cardio mems, defibrillators, pacemakers, LV assist devices and heart transplant patients.

She has been a member of the NPA since 1996 and has been a proud member of the NPA of Long Island Scholarship Committee since 2015, working with extraordinary fellow nurse practitioners. In addition to full time clinical practice, she has mentored and acted as preceptor for numerous students and new registered nurses and nurse practitioners. She has been adjunct professor for nursing at Hunter at NYU in 1997 and with Adelphi at LIJ in 2016. She co-authored a publication in 2014 with her DNP clinical advisor Corrine Jurgens and fellow NPA members and colleagues Mary McGreal and Collen Irwin Walsh published in Research Reports in Clinical Cardiology entitled Heart Failure Self Care and Interventions to reduce symptom burden and clinical events. She conducted an IRB approved study at Northwell Health in 2014 entitled Testing the effect of a Home-based exercise intervention on Older Patients with Implanted Cardioverter Defibrillators and had several poster presentations in Washington D.C. and New York.

She has volunteered her time during the years for the Heart Screen New York program-Saving lives through Early detection, has been a liaison for high school students in the student scholar program, and has participated in the FACES Walk for Epilepsy. Maureen is a team leader and an inspiration to everyone who works with her and she inspires her peers to do better. She is a dedicated NP who seeks opportunities to champion new processes and ideas. Maureen gives her best to everything she does and is always available regardless of how busy she is to offer her expertise. She is never intimated by change and easily adapts to the changing health care system. Maureen exemplifies the best qualities of a Nurse Practitioner regarding clinical practice, education, mentoring and research.

The NPALI is proud to have her as a member and is pleased to honor her with the 2020 Nurse Practitioner of the Year award. Due to the pandemic the NPA of Long Island will be celebrating with a party next year to honor Dr. Maureen Hogan.

The NPA of Long Island will be sending out an invitation next year regarding the date and venue.

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