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Developing a High-Risk Asthma Protocol: A Case Based Discussion
Developing a High-Risk Asthma Protocol: A Case Based Discussion
Article with Discussion Board
Effective Date: 4/15/2012
Expiration Date: 4/1/2013
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Renee Bomar, NP

Renee Bomar earned her undergraduate bachelor of science in nursing at the Medical College of Georgia. After working as a staff nurse at Grady Hospital and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta – Scottish Rite for three years, Renee returned to graduate school and completed her masters of nursing and pediatric nurse practitioner certification program at Emory University. She joined Georgia Pediatric Pulmonology Associates in 1989.

Renee enjoys participating in the care of children with a variety of pulmonary disorders and has a special interest in patient education and the care of premature babies.

In addition to limited clinical responsibilities, Renee is also the Director of Clinical Operations responsible for clinical staff management, marketing and program development and serves as our key-user for our electronic medical records system.

Renee is an allied health member of American College of Chest Physicians. She has privileges at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta: Scottish Rite.


Case review article with participant discussion board. Renee Bomar, NP presents this article.

Asthma can have a significant impact on a patient’s quality of life. The development of a comprehensive High-Risk Asthma Program can alleviate this impact by allowing targeted interventions designed to improve control and reduce the patient’s risk of adverse asthma outcomes and mortality.