Orhan Hakli, DNP, FNP-C

Assistant Professor, School of Nursing & Health Sciences
Orhan Hakli, DNP, FNP-C

School of Nursing and Health Sciences, Purchase, NY

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Orhan Hakli, RN, MS, FNP-C, an administrator in the School of Nursing and Health Sciences at Manhattanville, is a certified Family Nurse Practitioner in private practice who has worked in various areas of health care including medical surgical nursing, cardiology, geriatrics, wound care, hyperbaric medicine, and primary care.

Areas of Expertise

Infectious Diseases

Primary Care


Medical Surgical Nursing

COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Nurse Education


Nurse Practitioner

Food Service Safety


Wound Care

Hyperbaric Medicine

The City University of New York/Lehman College


Master's Degree, Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner Program

The City University of New York/Hunter College


Bachelors Degree, Nursing

The City University of New York/ Borough of Manhattan Community College


Associate Degree, Nursing

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Selected Media Appearances
Feds release all reserved COVID-19 vaccine doses

New York Post


But Westchester County nurse practitioner Orhan Hakli, an associate dean at Manhattanville University in Purchase, NY, said he supports holding back second doses — even if just to allay his patients’ fears. “If you release it all, it’s a gamble,’’ he said.

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‘Zero Progress’: The Fall Coronavirus Surge Is Already Here

The Daily Beast


Orhan Hakli, associate dean of the School of Nursing and Health Sciences at New York’s Manhattanville University, said quantifying a potential second wave is tough considering we don’t have particularly good data from the initial one. “Don’t forget, when coronavirus first hit us, we didn’t really have good testing ability,” Hakli told The Daily Beast. “So we don’t even really know how high the infection rate was compared to now.”

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8 Myths About Your Immune System, Debunked

U.S. News & World Report


“Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, I have received many questions about how to increase immunity to avoid getting sick,” says Orhan Hakli, a nurse practitioner and assistant professor at the School of Nursing and Health Sciences at Manhattanville University in Purchase, New York. “There are a lot of myths and misinformation circulating about ways to boost the immune system. It is important to separate fact from fiction now more than ever because sticking to facts could save lives.”

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Selected Event Appearances
Academic Success in Nursing Programs: Study and Test Taking Strategies in Med-Surg Classes

College of Mount Saint Vincent

Riverdale, NY