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WHO IS ALL SPECIES NURSE?

WHY DOES SHE, HER TEAM, AND THE UNIQUE SERVICES EXISTS?

Our experienced medical professionals put your healing needs first. We are proud to provide a high quality level of customer service, medical experience, and commitment to health and wellness to all our patients. Our goal is to make you feel better as quickly as possible.


All Species Nurse provides personalized, high quality care to support, promote and educate care for all individuals.

Serve as a patient advocate for all species (human and animal) in a variety of indoor and outdoor environments.


Promote support for both the hospitalized human patient and their pets until the owner is able to return home (Pets prove to help patients heal quicker)


Improve effective  communication between patients and health care providers


Support the mind, body and spiritual health and well being for the purpose of promoting health and preventing disease in humans and/or animals. 


  

Vision:

All Species Nurse will be a valued resource that catalyzes the interactions among the patient, employee, and health care provider, and thus enhances the effectiveness of health care.


 

Philosophy:

Patients, regardless of species, are not      all the same with each having unique qualities that dictate the care      needed and the means by which it should be provided.


The heart of nursing is to provide service that has the inclusive aim of preventing disease, support the client of prescribed treatments      for ailments by their health care provider, promoting healing, and      protecting the patient’s psychological, physical, emotional and      spiritual well-being.


Education is a tool that must never put down or taken for granted. 


We are introduced to a framework of ideals from which to build on. Embrace it and learn how to use it to benefit others. 


Everything is represented by education and caring; not      necessarily the degree, but by experience, as well. It's not about self, it's about the needs of the individual(s)


A critical attribute of a nurse for all species is flexibility with the willingness to expand functions and skills. This applies to all service professionals


Nurses’ roles expand beyond the hospital; health interests and concerns are everywhere and we need to look out for each of them, and each other. 

Experience and Professionalism

 With years of experience, our medical team will assess you and create a custom recovery plan that's right for you. We understand the importance of educating you on the most effective ways to take care of your body, so that you can heal quickly. 

 

All Species Nurse is the brainchild and legacy of Dianne Louise (baptized name "Hope" DeNardo. With a very diverse background in human and animal nursing and as an eclectic ordained minister. Her ambition and drive is an inherited trait and justified by her compassion for everyone. The driving force behind her such ambition due to her eclectic belief systems, healing gifts, honoring ancestors, family dynamics and forever being grateful to the universe in assisting in her efforts that has inspired her since she was a child. She has always observed, participates and demonstrates strong evidence of the same character traits as her mother (also an RN) and strong genetic line.   

She collaborates those with similar goals, philosophies and values.    

Dianne has 20+ years’ experience in veterinary and human nursing and has worked extensively in both clinical and research settings. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) and Master’s in Healthcare Innovation (MHI) degrees from Arizona State University. Dianne is both a Registered Nurse (RN), and a Certified Veterinary Technician (CVT), ordained minister of the Fellowship Church (Honored by demonstrating cultural and spiritual studies and ordained through the Fellowship Church).    She maintains her healthcare & spiritual training and various relevant certifications/licenses in all areas including Basic Life Support (BLS), Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) and Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) through the American Heart Association (AHA), Veterinary nutrition, dermatology and Biomedical research.    All Species Nurse and its consulting members have a strong and unique commitment to providing high standards of quality care to the general public to promote mind, body, spiritual and the soul's health and well-being. Interests include educating and consulting with the general public, as well as serving as a catalyst that bridges the gap in communication between patient’s, clients, health care providers, spiritualists and one another. Dianne's experiences and interests have led to her founding of All Species Nurse, LLC, a company that provides these critical services to bolster both human, animal and environmental health and spiritual awareness in efforts to increase well-being of all individuals and their unique needs, regardless of species.    To know Dianne (All Species Nurse) one will experience the difference as she enriches the lives of everyone; humans, animals and the environment. In addition to Dianne's interests, she acknowledges spiritual well-being as an essential component in healing--for the living and the dearly departed. House Blessings and spiritual mentoring, her consultations and spiritual counseling are helpful additions for clients of All Species Nurse. There are many recommendations we provide each individual with, based on the unique needs of the individual or the community's belief systems.​​

All Species Nurse, LLC (ASN) is a huge advocate for all living things, especially vulnerable human and animal populations and the environment. The biggest encouragement is to "Get Involved; Join a Cause!" to increase awareness and inspire others for ongoing support for various organizations that share common goals. ASN works with multiple non-for profit agencies to accomplish efforts that advocate for all vulnerable populations.    It is a dream and long term goal for All Species Nurse to work with hospitals around the valley and integrating pets to aid in the promotion of patient well being during their stay at hospitals and their homes. This is separate from pet therapy. Patient's have pets too! Patient healing may be affected if they are worried about their pets, especially if they do not have family members to rely on to care for them. All Species Nurse believes these pets need to be cared for in a cost effective, safe environment and be provided with housing rights on hospital premises, as part of the patients' healing environment. The benefit is obvious: owners that are hospitalized may visit with their pet on the hospital premises, or pets are cared for at the patients' home or other safe place until the patient is discharged and can be reunited with their pets.