Angelica Delallana, MSN, APRN, FNP-C
Board-Certified Family Nurse Practitioner, Advanced Practice Registered Nurse
Adjunct Professor for Undergraduate Baccalaureate Nursing Program
Angelica “Angel” DelaLlana has been a registered nurse for over 10 years. Her education began at Los Angeles Harbor College, where she received her Associates of Science in Nursing, as well as an Associates in Liberal Arts. Through Grand Canyon University, she received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing. She received Master of Science in Nursing from Azusa Pacific University and with an emphasis in Family Nurse Practitioner. She was inducted into the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society for Nurses. Her experiences in medical-surgical and critical care nursing had helped her gain a greater appreciation of the importance of faith and community during times of suffering, death, and healing. The years she has spent serving the underserved populations made her see the impact of having a sense of self-worth not based on wealth, and the even greater need to educate and empower others to have accountability for their own health and well-being. Aesthetics gave her an understanding of the need for humans to realize not just who they are as people, but to perceive their bodies in a more positive light. Along with working clinically, Angel has taught CPR for health care professionals and clinical skills in a vocational nursing school. Currently, she is a clinical professor for the undergraduate registered nurse program for Azusa Pacific University and a Nurse Practitioner for a community clinic.
Aside from working in the medical field, Angel had been a catechist for the Sacrament of Confirmation for adolescents and is a lector at her parish. In her journey of exploring and nurturing her faith, she felt a greater call to integrate both her profession and her faith into one. Over the years, Carlos had called her on occasion asking her professional opinion when he would use physiological phenomena to add scientific reasoning in his theological teachings. Eventually, their working relationship grew into what it is today.
Angel is a member of the National Association of Catholic Nurses, the American Nurses Association, the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing (aka Sigma), and the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.