Get to know Registered Nurse Susan Yeranyan, who serves patients in Mission Hills, California.
Susan is a registered nurse who has over 25 years of experience in her field. She currently holds the position of Director of Clinical Services at Ararat Home of Los Angeles, Inc. in Mission Hills, California. Founded in 1949, Ararat Home is a non-profit, non-partisan, non-denominational organization that operates three residential care and nursing facilities on two campuses and serves as a cultural center for the Armenian community in the Los Angeles area. Ararat Home exists to provide assisted living and nursing/convalescent care facilities primarily for the Armenian community, regardless of individuals’ financial status, as well as to promote Armenian heritage and culture in the United States.
Susan is passionate about her profession. She loves touching and changing people’s lives, being hands on, as well as leading and educating the next generation of nurses as a mentor. Susan stays abreast the constantly changing best practices and regulations by being a member of the California Association of Healthcare Facilities (CAHF) and the American Nurses Association (ANA). The ANA is a professional organization whose mission is to advance and protect the profession of nursing. Susan is also involved in her community and actively participates in numerous community service organizations.
Susan earned her nursing degree from Glendale Community College in 1999. Prior to that, she received a Bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from Yerevan State University in Armenia, as well as an Associate’s degree of Science in Nursing from Excelsior College.
Susan has worked in Ararat Nursing Facility for over 25 years and has climbed the organizational “Career Ladder” and achieved the American dream. She began her career as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), then received her license as a Licensed Vocational Nurse, and finally, pursued her Registered Nurse degree, which has allowed her to become the Director of Clinical Services in the very same facility. Currently, Susan is responsible for the Nursing department of a 254-bed skilled nursing facility and directly supervises over 200 employees.
Susan has utmost respect for nursing and is a true nurse at heart.
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