About Monica Alleman
Dr. Monica Alleman DNP, APRN, FNP-BC (DAOM Faculty)
Department of Biomedical Sciences
DNP, Loyola University, New Orleans, 2013
MSN, Loyola University, New Orleans, 2008
BSN, Loyola University, New Orleans, 2005
Dr. Monica Alleman, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC is a family nurse-practitioner with twenty years clinical experience who is well versed in the organizational flow and team based care processes for patients in both hospital and community based settings. As an advanced practice registered nurse, Dr. Alleman has practiced as a primary care provider in both the adult and pediatric clinical settings and as a House calls nurse practitioner. As a registered nurse, her areas of expertise included oncology, bone marrow-transplant, hospice case management & clinical trials. Dr. Alleman’s research interests include chronic disease prevention and behavior change. Dr. Alleman has worked as an adjunct and full time faculty at both Georgetown University and Texas A&M International University teaching courses such as advanced health assessment and social diversity. Dr. Alleman is a speaker at local, regional and national professional conferences on systems based practice and interprofessional collaboration because she is a passionate advocate for team based care and the role of the healthcare practitioner in promoting a healthier, safer healthcare system for their communities. Dr. Alleman maintains an active presence at the state capitol frequently meeting with legislators and professional organizations to discuss legislation related to state level issues including: increasing access to care, reimbursement for providers, and scope of practice issues. She is an active member of several professional organizations such as the Texas Nurse Practitioner Association, the American Association of Nurse Practitioners and Sigma Theta Tau International. Dr. Alleman lectures on biomedical and functional medical assessments in integrative practice within the DAOM program at AOMA.