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Diana Ortiz

Diana Ortiz
Clinical Application Coordinator

Born and raised in California, Where I raised 5 children as a single parent. Moved to Arizona where I lived for 11 years in Lake Havasu City. While there I obtained two Associate Degrees first in Medical Assisting with a Certificate in Billing and Coding and Phlebotomy, I worked for many years as a Medical Assistant helping people feel better and to live their best lives. While I loved taking care of my patients I wanted to challenge myself further so I graduated with a Healthcare Information Technology Degree. I enjoy working with all the staff here at BAIHP, and I am blessed to be part of the team. When I am not at work, I enjoy Camping, hanging with my Grandkids and yard work.

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