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Sunni Roberta Levinson

Sunni Roberta Levinson, American health education consultant. Registered Nurse St. Johns Episcopal School Nursing, 1968. Member Coffca Aids Task Force, Albany; chairperson department child care Catholic Archdiocese, New York City, Health Coordinates Group; committee member Child Medicaid Rate Methodology, 1989; Member of New York Academy of Sciences, New York State Nurses Association.

Background

  • Levinson, Sunni Roberta was born on February 28, 1949 in Brooklyn.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, St. Joseph's College, North Windham, Maine, 1989.

    Career

    • Assistant head nurse emergency services St. John's Episcopal Hospital, Brooklyn, 1968—1969. Psychiatric nurse General Hospital, 1969—1970. Team leader medicine-surgery-orthp.

      & gynecology New York Medical College, Flower Fifth Avenue Hospital, New York City, 1970—1972. Head nurse communications New York City Health & Hospital Corporation Emergency Medical Services, 1972—1973, supervisor nurses emergency medical services training division Maspeth, New York, 1973—1985. Director education program emergency medical services training division Queens Hospital Center, New York City, 1980—1981.

      Executive administrator Emergency Medical Services Academy, Queens Hospital Center, 1981—1985. Co-founder, executive director, health education consultant Sungail Associates, 1986—1988. Consultant medical system development St. Joseph Children's Services, Brooklyn, 1985—1988, assistant medical director, 1988—1990.

      Liaison emergency medical service Bureau Emergency Health Services, New York State Department Health, Albany, 1981—1985. Childcare education consultant AUPAIR Homestay United States of America, Washington, 1988—1992. Administrative director New Alternatives Children, New York City, 1990—1991.

      Supervisor Positive Caring Program St. Vincent's Services, since 1991.

    Major achievements

    • Registered Nurse St. Johns Episcopal School Nursing, 1968.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Membership

    Member Coffca Aids Task Force, Albany. Chairperson department child care Catholic Archdiocese, New York City, Health Coordinates Group. Committee member Child Medicaid Rate Methodology, 1989.

    Member of New York Academy of Sciences, New York State Nurses Association.
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    Born February 28, 1949
    (age 68)
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