Dr. Angie Millan is the Nursing Director for Children’s Medical Services (CMS) at the County of Los Angeles’ Department of Public Health. In this position she plans, directs, coordinates and administers nursing programs for CMS, which encompasses California Children’s Services; Child, Health and Disability Prevention; and Health Care Program for Children in Foster Care programs. She has been with Children’s Medical Services since 1999.
Millan was previously national president and board member of the National Association of Hispanic Nurses (NAHN), past member of the Nursing Advisory Council of the Joint Commission, and a member of the Commission to End Healthcare Disparities. She currently serves as a board member for NAHN, Los Angeles Chapter, and as commissioner for the Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development and California Healthcare Workforce Policy Commission and a member of the Chamberlain College of Nursing Board of Trustees.
Millan was inducted as fellow of the American Nursing Academy in 2012 and is a recipient of the National Hispanic Medical Association’s Leadership Network Award and the Los Angeles County-Department of Public Health Innovation Award, among other recognitions.
Millan holds both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in nursing from California State University. She holds a Doctorate in Nursing Practice degree from Western University and she is licensed to practice nursing in the state of California and Washington D.C.