Lilia Hansen, MSN, MBA, RN, CCRN, is the Critical Care Service Leader at Methodist Hospital, responsible for the clinical and operational activities for the hospital's 20-bed critical care unit.
With a long nursing background centered in critical care, Lilia enjoys working in an environment that challenges her critical thinking skills. She also enjoys working with a highly skilled staff that is focused on patient and family-centered care.
"It can be stressful at times, but I have the most wonderful group of nurses and nursing assistants that support each other during the tragedies and celebrate together at the miracles we’ve seen," said Lilia. "I’ve been at Methodist a long time and it truly embodies The Meaning of Care!"
In her spare time, Lilia loves the water - swimming and lazing at the beach any chance she gets. She enjoys being outside, doing anything from walking and riding her bike to gardening.
The decision to become an organ and tissue donor, for many, is very personal. Here at Methodist, we are proud to partner with our local organ and tissue recovery agencies to help families give and receive the gift of life.