MSN, ANP-BC, RN
Shanna Botos, MSN, ANP-BC, RN is a Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner in Pediatric Cardiology and an Advanced Practice Nurse (APN) Coordinator for Pediatric Cardiology and Pediatric Critical Care at Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospital. Ms. Botos was chosen to be the APN coordinator for the Pediatric Cardiology and Pediatric Critical Care divisions in January 2014, where she manages nine direct reports, three nurse practitioners (NPs) in Cardiology, and six NPs in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU). Ms. Botos is also a clinical preceptor for Akron University, Case Western Reserve University, and Kent University nursing programs. She is a guest lecturer for the Master of Science in
Nursing program at Case Western Reserve University, and teaches the didactics on Congenital Heart Disease for the Primary Care Pediatric NPs first and second year students and the Family NPs students.
Ms. Botos received a Bachelor of Science in Biology from John Carroll University in 2000. Two years later, she earned a Certificate in Professional Nursing from Case Western Reserve University and stayed there to complete her Master of Science in Nursing in 2005. Ms. Botos was chosen to be the President of the Advanced Practice Nurse (APN) council for the entire Cleveland Clinic enterprise and started in that position in January 2015. She also serves as the center lead for enrollment in the NPC-QIC collaborative (National Pediatric Cardiology Quality Improvement Collaborative), and has been an active participant since 2010.
Ms. Botos’ professional interests include pediatrics and her love for children and their future, Congenital Heart Disease - which is her clinical passion, nursing leadership and the advanced practice nursing profession, and promoting and advocating for nurses importance in the healthcare practice model today and in the future.