RodBorillo

Associate Professor of Nursing

Ph.D., Wayne State University
M.S.N., Madonna University
M.Ed., Wayne State University
B.S.N., Wayne State University
B.A., Marygrove College

School: School of Nursing
Office: Muirhead Center 111
Phone: (248) 218.2288
Email: rborillo@rc.edu

 

COURSES TAUGHT:

  • Fundamentals of Nursing
  • Adult Nursing I Clinical
  • Adult Nursing II Clinical
  • Population Health
  • Pre-Licensure Capstone Course (Practicum)
  • Nursing Leadership & Informatics

 

HONORS AND AFFILIATIONS:

  • Member, Sigma Theta Tau International
  • Member, American Nurses Association – Michigan
  • Graduate Scholar – Wayne State University
  • Nominee – United States Presidential Award in Teaching
  • Nominee – The Detroit News Science Teacher of the Year
  • National Winner – NASA Teaching Fellowships

PROFESSIONAL AND ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE:

  • Certified Advanced Hospice Administrator (CAHA)
  • National Trainer, American Association of Colleges of Nursing’s End of Life Nursing Education Consortium Program (ELNEC)
  • Served as a Clinical Education Specialist from Henry Ford Health System C
  • Served as corporate Director of Education & Training at Hospice of Michigan.
  • Professional Registered Nurse Licensure (State of Michigan)
  • Professional Registered Nurse Licensure (State of California)
  • Basic/Advanced Cardiac Life Support Certification (ACLS)

PERSONAL:

Dr. Borillo is an innovative practitioner and educator who loves to facilitate learning. He has more than 35 years of combined experiences in Emergency Room (Detroit Receiving), Telemetry (Henry Ford Hospital), Progressive Care (Henry Ford Hospital), Medical/ Surgical (Henry Ford Hospital), Home Health Care, Correctional Care (Wayne County Sheriff’s), Hospice/ Palliative Care (Hospice of Michigan), and Education (University of Detroit-Mercy). Dr. Borillo is also active in the community as a volunteer, church lector, and motivational speaker. His leisure activities include tennis, theater, nonfiction reading, and travel (especially medical missions).