Daniel Ramberger, MS, BSN, RN, NEA-BC

Assistant Adjunct Professor
Director of Clinical Services Neuroscience, Orthopedics,
Surgical, and Transplant Service Lines Patient Care Services
Stanford Health Care

Daniel Ramberger graduated from Harding University in 2005 with a degree in Public Relations. In 2006 Daniel was a visiting professor at a University in China. Following a year abroad, Daniel returned to obtain his Bachelor of Science in Nursing. He has been working in healthcare for more than a decade and has been in health care leadership for over seven years. He moved to Stanford Health Care in 2012 where he has served in leadership roles in the emergency, ambulatory, and inpatient arenas. His current role is as Director of Clinical Services over Neuroscience, Orthopedics, Surgical, and Transplant Service Lines. Daniel is passionate about quality improvement, employee engagement, team building, and most recently focusing on workplace violence prevention.

Daniel is a graduate of the University of California San Francisco MS-HAIL program (cohort 11). His experience in the MS-HAIL program led him to remain connected to the program in a variety of avenues. He teaches MHA 401 and MHA 402