Daniel O’Neill, FNP-C, CCRN, CEN, FCENA, FACNP, FAANP is a highly competent nurse practitioner with extensive experience in emergency care, remote care, education, international nurse practitioners and critical care air transport.
He is a graduate of the prestigious Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, Case Western
Reserve University Doctor of Nurse Practitioner program. A prestigious Sigma Theta Tau International – Honor Society of Nursing, Fellow American Association of Nurse Practitioners. Fellow Australian College of Nurse Practitioners, Fellow College of Emergency Nursing Australasia, Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner, Certified Critical Care Registered Nurse (CCRN), Certified Emergency Nurse (CEN), Recipient of the prestigious Royal College of Nursing Australia Merit award for service to humanity and United States Navy Citation – Trauma Management.
His education includes Doctor of Nursing Practice, Case Western Reserve University, Ohio, USA, 2019; Post Masters Acute Care Nurse Practitioner, Texas Woman’s University, USA. 2021; Graduate Certificate in Management, Australian Institute of Business, Australia 2016; Masters of Nurse Practitioner, University of Queensland, Australia 2011; Masters of Advanced Practice, Griffith University, Australia 2008; Certificate IV in Training & Assessment, Victoria University, Australia 2007; Bachelor of Nursing, University of Huddersfield, 2000; and Bachelor of Science Microbiology & Biomedical Science (Hons) Kent University 1997.
His professional development includes but is not limited to the following: Tactical Combat Casualty Care 2021; Australian College of Nurse Practitioners Conference presenter 2021; Board Certification Family Nurse Practitioner, AANPCB 2020; Texas Nurse Practitioners Legislative Ambassador to Senator Huffman (Texas) 2020; 35th American Association Nurse Practitioners Conference, New Orleans (Conference presentation) 2020; Conference presenter 50 years of Nursing Theory Conference, Case Western Reserve University, 2019; Conference presenter ICN (International Council of Nurses) Conference Singapore –Prescriptive practices NPs vs. MDs – 2019; 34th American Association Nurse Practitioners Conference, Indianapolis (Surgical workshop and minor surgical procedures instructor) 2019; Certified Critical Care Registered Nurse – American Association Critical Care Nurses 2018; Conference Presenter, 33rd American Association Nurse Practitioners, Denver, Point-of-Care Ultrasound 2018 and Abstract Reviewer, American Association of Nurse Practitioner Conference 2018. In addition to these many accomplishments NP O’Neil has a multitude of certifications, awards, presentations and educational instruction experiences.
NP O’Neil has been a practicing Nurse Practitioner since 2019 working in an Advanced ICU Care Unit in Houston, Texas. He has had experiences in triage of ICU admissions; assessing a patient’s condition and planning and implementing patient care plans; treating wounds and providing advanced life support; assisting physicians in performing procedures; observing and recording patient vital signs; ensuring that ventilators, monitors and other types of medical equipment function properly; administering intravenous fluids and medications; ordering diagnostic tests; collaborating with fellow members of the critical care team; responding to life-saving situations, using nursing standards and protocols for treatment; acting as patient advocate; monitor daily labs; monitor patients through Tele-medicine. Other experiences include responding to sepsis prompts; working independently and in collaborative relationship with specialist physicians; proficient in care of advanced airway, ventilator management, Art-line, CVC, IO and many other health related skills and experiences.
He was also a lead Nurse Practitioner in Emergency Medicine from 2016 – 2019 at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Abu Dhabi, UAE. Also a Senior Nursing Officer / Nurse Practitioner from 2000 – 2018 at the Royal Australian Air Force Health Service Wing. In addition, a Senior Nurse Practitioner Emergency Department 2014 – 2016 at Gympie Hospital Department of Emergency Medicine, QLD, Australia and a Family Nurse Practitioner Locum from 2012 – 2014 at Green Meadows Health Centre, Port Macquarie, NSW, Australia, an Associate Unit Manager from 2007 – 2008 at Rosebud Hospital Emergency Dept., Victoria, Australia where approximately 27,000 patients attend this department per anum.
His experience also included Associate Nurse Unit Manager from 2005 – 2007 at Casey Hospital Emergency Dept., Victoria, Australia where approximately 34,000 patients attended this department per anum. Also a Remote Area Nurse (Locum) from October 2006 – November 2006 in Lajamanu Health Centre, Northern Territory, Australia.
Additional a Flight Nurse (2004 – 2005) with the Royal Flying Doctor Service, Yulara, Northern Territory, Australia (Attending to over 600 emergency call outs per year and proving emergency care to local residents and tourists over a 600 km area); and a Registered Nurse – RN DIV 1 (2000 – 2004) at the Royal Melbourne Hospital Emergency Dept., Melbourne, Australia (Approximately 45,000 patients attended this department per anum).
Honors and awards included: Australian Operational Service Medal; Humanitarian Overseas Service Medal; Iraq War Medal; Australian Defense Force Medal; Queens Jubilee Medal; Merit Award for Services to Humanity; Nurse Practitioner of the year.
O’Neil had multiple professional publications throughout his career.