Dr. Taryn Hill has been a registered nurse for 30 years. She started her nursing career in pediatric nursing on a renal and metabolic unit. Over the years, Dr. Hill transitioned into adult ESRD and cared for patients in the acute, chronic, and peritoneal home dialysis settings. She was a staff nurse and a clinical manager for free standing outpatient dialysis centers. Dr. Hill is a graduate of Capital University where she earned her BSN and her MSN degrees. She completed her doctoral studies at Capella University and received a PhD in Nursing degree.
Currently, Dr. Hill is the Dean of Academic Affairs at Chamberlain University College of Nursing in Columbus, Ohio. Dr. Hill began teaching in the clinical setting in 2003 and began her full-time academic career in 2009 as a nurse educator at Chamberlain University. In addition to teaching, Dr. Hill has published several articles with Chamberlain’s Nursing Informatics Research Team. Additionally, she has reviewed several books and co-authored a book chapter. Dr. Hill is currently on the Central Ohio Region National Kidney Foundation Board and is a member of the Medical Advisory Board for the National Kidney Foundation’s Central Ohio Region. Dr. Hill has also served as a board member for the Mid-Ohio District Nurses’ Association and Chapter President for the Phi Pi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International.