Down brings more than three decades of health care management and clinical experience to her role at Kaiser Permanente Hawaii.
HONOLULU — Kaiser Permanente Hawaii has hired Paige Down, RN, MSN, as the director of maternal child services at Moanalua Medical Center. She is responsible for overseeing all planning, staffing and coordinating functions of maternal child services, including labor and delivery, pediatrics, the mother-baby unit and the neonatal intensive care unit.
Down has 15 years of experience in health care management, serving most recently as manager of women and children services at Providence Hood River Memorial Hospital in Hood River, Oregon. There, she provided expertise in all aspects of operations and implemented new initiatives and programs to improve education, care and efficiencies in the department. Down also has 15 years of clinical experience in pediatric and newborn care. She earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing from Linfield-Good Samaritan School of Nursing in Portland, Oregon, and master’s degree in nursing from Western Governors University in Salt Lake City, Utah.
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