A professional nursing educator and RN, Lorelie Ortiz Luis Malate uses her medical experience and knowledge to plan the nursing curriculum and improve quality control in nursing institutions. She plans training programs in the US and in the Philippines and also handles patient care cases along with taking responsibility for nursing staff. In addition, she organizes courses that teach nurses about mothers and children. She is an active member of several professional nursing organizations and a welcome lecturer at conventions and professional conferences regarding the field of nursing. Through her work in the education of nursing students, she has been written up in Asian journals for her medical professionalism. She is also known to be a philanthropist as she gives her time and resources to those who were effected by typhoons that hit the Philippines.
Current Position as a Nursing Instructor
At Stanbridge College, in Irvine, California, Lorelie Ortiz Luis Malate is a clinical and theory instructor. She began at the college in 2011 and helps to train the nursing students in mother and child nursing at the facilities of the Bellflower Medical Center's Labor and Delivery and Postpartum units. She also gives lectures on mother and child nursing procedures. She provides oversight to the graduating students and she evaluates their classroom and clinical performance as well as helping them to prepare for the NCLEX exam.
Past Nursing Experience
At the Windsor Garden in Long Beach, California, Lorelie Malate held the position of Assistant Director of Nursing. She handled oversight of the institution's nearly 200 customers and managed the quality of the care the patients were receiving. She collaborated with the staff as well as provided training and development of programs. According to governmental guidelines, she created procedures and policies for the staff. She also handled evaluations and assessments of the workers as well as overseeing the patient's daily care. She was a member of the Medicare Team, the Continuous Quality Improvement team, the team that was responsible for safety and case management. Before going to work at Windsor Garden, she was the Senior Assistant Nursing Program Director at the American Career College. For five years she planned curriculum development, gave oversight each quarter to some 1,000 students, she managed staff training and development and she established the policies and procedures that were used in the program according to governmental regulations. She was also responsible for evaluating nurses and members of the staff in order to find ways to improve the schools programs and courses.
Extra Hobbies and Activities
Two of Loree Malate's children were diagnosed with Down's Syndrome, and as a support to the families of Down's children, she joined the Down's organization in the Philippines as well as PROUD, the orange County based Down Syndrome Association. She donates her time and energy to the associations. She provides support for the Campevelle Early Interventions Learning School, which is located and operating in the Philippines. She enjoys writing poetry and lyrics in her free time and is looking to the future when she can fulfil her dream of obtaining a doctorate in the field of nrsing as well as a speech pathology degree.