Rachael Zimlich

Rachael Zimlich, BSN, RN

Healthcare writer

Expertise

Healthcare, Critical care,

Education

Point Park University, Grand Canyon University

Highlights

Experience

Rachael Zimlich is a healthcare journalist with more than a decade of experience writing about everything from industry trends to clinical developments. When she's not writing about healthcare, she's working on the front line as a critical care nurse in an adult medical intensive care unit in Cleveland. 

Her writing work has appeared in several national trade magazines for the healthcare industry, including Medical Economics, Contemporary Pediatrics, Managed Healthcare Executive, dvm360, and more. Prior to writing about healthcare, Rachael worked in newspapers, with her work appearing in the Akron Beacon Journal and in several other local publications around the Cleveland area.

Education

Rachael has a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Point Park University, and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Grand Canyon University.

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