Marie Hodgkins

NE-BC - Executive Director at Loma Linda University

11125 Campus St., Loma Linda, California, United States
Loma Linda University
HQ Phone:
(909) 558-4570
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Last Updated 6/16/2017

General Information

Employment History

Director of Patient Care Services  - Loma Linda University Medical Center


Loma Linda University School of Nursing

BS  - 

MBA  - 


Founder  - Adventist Nursing Connection

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Metabolic & Bariatric Surgery - Our Staff

Marie Hodgkins, RN, MB, NE-BC
Service Line DIrector Marie oversees the operations of the Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery program. She is available for questions or concerns as they arise. She is dedicated to excellent customer service and quality patient care for all bariatric patients.

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Faculty and Staff - LLU School of Nursing - Faculty & Staff - Faculty Roster

Marie Hodgkins, 1999
Assistant Clinical Instructor of Nursing, 1999

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Nursing Then and Now - Articles Archive - RN Jobs, Nursing Articles, Los Angeles, Orange County, San Bernardino

Marie Hodgkins, RN, MBA, patient care director at Loma Linda University Heart and Surgical Hospital, has over 30 years of experience at her facility.
She graduated from Loma Linda University School of Nursing in 1973. For Hodgkins, 61, the most dramatic differences between her early career and today are the changes in overall patient acuity and how short patients' inpatient stays have become. For example, early in her career, a cardiac bypass would often entail 10 days of hospitalization, but the procedure now averages just three days. "It puts more responsibility on the family," Hodgkins says. "There are surgical drains and dressing changes." The shorter hospital stays are in part a result of the Balanced Budget Act of 1997, which changed how healthcare was paid by Medicare. Instead of paying on a fee-for-service basis, Medicare now made prospective payments, predetermined amounts based on the illness or condition, which encouraged providers to cut costs by limiting in-patient stays. There have also been changes in technology, with notable improvements in diagnostic tools, monitoring and documentation. "There is more consistency between caregivers," Hodgkins says. "The change has been dramatic. The nurses interviewed do not report much change in uniform since they started at their facilities, but Hodgkins did have to wear all white early in her career and Reyes recalls wearing a white nursing cap in one of her first nursing jobs at a small facility in Michigan.

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