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Shani Marks

Shani T. Marks AGACNP, CCRN

Shani Marks is an advanced practice nurse who is board certified in adult/gerontology acute care. She has been in nursing for over seventeen years and has maintained certification in critical care for the last ten years. She currently works as a provider in neurosurgery within the Neuroscience department at Baptist Hospital in Miami. She performs detailed, in depth, assessment and diagnosis of patients with neurological disorders and or acute adverse neurological events. She is responsible for coordination of care and diagnostic testing for patients with brain and spine disease or injury, and pre and post-surgical management of clients undergoing neurosurgical and neuro-interventional procedures.  Mrs. Marks also plays an integral role in maintaining patient care standards for Baptist’s Stroke Center of Excellence. Over the course of her nursing career, Mrs. Marks has worked in neurosurgical, cardiothoracic, vascular and trauma units. She has also taught critical care nursing in acute settings and undergraduate programs. Most recently she has chosen to pursue her Doctorate in Nursing at Barry University and is in her second year of the PhD program. “I am dedicated to caring for the most complex client and collaborating with disciplines to optimize outcomes. I love teaching and I love the wholistic quality nursing adds to medical treatment. I believe medicine and nursing are married in the commonality of life-long learning.”