David Davis, R.N., M.N., was recently named clinical nursing director for pediatrics at City of Hope. Davis brings 14 years of administrative experience to his new role leading the pediatric nursing program, including experience in bone marrow transplantation and oncology. He joins City of Hope from Childrens Hospital Los Angeles.
“City of Hope is fortunate to have David Davis’ talents as part of our pediatric nursing program,” said Larry Kidd, R.N., vice president of patient care services and chief nurse executive. “His extensive administrative experience will enhance City of Hope’s efforts to continually improve the quality of care and service provided to our patients.”
Davis earned his bachelor’s degree in nursing at St. John’s University in Collegeville, Minn., and his master’s degree in nursing administration at the University of California, Los Angeles. He has worked in inpatient, outpatient and home-care settings; and among several leadership positions, he has served as executive director at the Visiting Nurse Association.
At Childrens Hospital, Davis directed clinical informatics efforts and was responsible for the evaluation, planning and early implementation of an organization-wide clinical information system. Prior to that, he directed the center’s ambulatory care clinical and support services, overseeing clinical operations for 33 ambulatory subspecialty clinics.
“I am excited to join an organization that is renowned for high-quality patient care,” said Davis. “I am looking forward to contributing to City of Hope’s efforts to continue to raise the bar and further improve the quality of care provided to pediatric patients.”