Advance Practice Providers
Christi D Delemos MSN, NP
Associate Director of Advanced Practice
Patient Care Services
Christi DeLemos is a master’s prepared board certified acute care nurse practitioner with more than a decade of experience in surgical specialty care.
In 2017, she became the Associate Director of Advanced Practice to provide leadership for all advanced practice providers in the UC Davis Health System. Within this role, she serves as a champion for the promotion of quality, safety and standards for advanced practice providers.
Awards: Magnet Nurse of the Year, Daisy Award, UCD Clinical Excellence award, Mercy Health Mcauley award for outstanding achievement, Excellence in Care award Kaiser Permanente
Elizabeth Gall is a Family Nurse Practitioner practicing in the Heart and Vascular Center. She started her career as a registered nurse in 1985 and served 3 years active duty air force which allowed her to experience military triage and air transport. She completed her FNP training in 1999 and she has worked in a wide range of settings including Family Practice, Internal Medicine, Psychopharmacology, Interventional Radiology, GI Surgery, Bleeding Disorders and Hemophilia Treatment, Nuclear Cardiology and, currently, she works in the Heart and Vascular center performing cardiac stress testing.
She has served on several committees and subcommittees (Products and Standards Committee, Advanced Practice council, Wound Product Subcommittee) and she has been a guest lecturer for the Betty Irene Moore NP/PA program and the APP Symposium. She served as chair for the Advanced Provider Practice Council in 2014. While on the council, Beth played an important role in drafting a peer review process for advanced practice and co-authored a manuscript describing the implementation of Peer Review among APPs at UC Davis Health entitled “Implementation and evaluation of a peer review process for advanced practice nurses in a university hospital setting.” The article was published recently in the Journal of American Association of Nurse Practitioners . To read the publication click here.