Ibarra Diandkinay obtained is bachelors in Nursing in the Philippines in 1993. He has been practicing nursing for over 24 years. Ibarra worked in the Middle East for several years as an operating room scrub nurse for an ophthalmic surgeon, tending to the local populations needs for a variety of eye surgeries.
Having worked in many different countries throughout his nursing career he had the opportunity to work among diverse cultures while gaining experience in the following areas: operating room, delivery room, medical surgical, pediatrics and the emergency department. In 2014 he earned his Master’s in Nursing, Adult Gerontology Primary Care Practitioner from Walden University. Ibarra is certified by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP).
Ibarra served in the United States Navy from 2006-2011 as a Hospital Corpsman. He deployed for eight months in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom with the 1st Marine Division Fox Company 224 as the lead Corpsman for the for the 2nd Platoon.
In his free time Ibarra enjoys spending time with his family and close friends. He also enjoys playing the guitar and drums and is member of the Music Ministry at his church. Also because of Ibarra vast experiences he speaks the following languages: English, Tagalog, Spanish and Arabic.