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Rosemarie Edelstein (Hublou)

Rosemarie Edelstein, American medical, surgical and geriatric nurse, educator. Candidate United States Senate Inner Circle, 1988, 89. Lieutenant colonel United States Army Reserve Medical Reserve; Member American Heart Association, California Nurses Association, Sigma Theta Tau.

Background

  • Edelstein, Rosemarie was born on March 3, 1935 in Drake, North Dakota, United States. Daughter of Francis Jerome and Myrtle Josephine (Merbach).

  • Education

    • Bachelor of science in nursing, St. Teresa of Avila College, Winona, Minnesota, 1956. Master of Arts in Education, Holy Names College, Oakland, California, 1977. Doctor of Education, University San Francisco, 1982.

      Postgraduate, University San Francisco, 1987. Postgraduate, University Arizona, since 1985. Certified public health nurse, University California, Berkeley, 1972.

    Career

    • Director, clinical supervisor San Francisco School for Health Professions, 1971-1974, Rancho Arroyo School of Vocational Nursing, Sacramento, 1974-1975. Intensive care nurse Kaiser-Permanente Hospital, San Rafael, 1976-1977. Director in-service education Ross Hospital, 1977-1978.

      Director nursing education St. Francis Memorial Hospital, San Francisco, 1978-1985. Medical-surgical staff nurse metropolitan hospitals, 1985-1990. Medical-legal nursing consultant, medical-surgical staff nurse St. Luke's Hospital, Duluth, Minnesota, 1990-1991, St. Charles Hospital, New Orleans, 1992, University Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas, 1992—1994.

      Staff nurse St. Anthony of Padua Hospital, Oklahoma City, 1994—1995, medical-surgical nurse, 1994-1995. Nurse Northgate Convention Hospital, San Rafael, California, since 1995, Idaho Falls Care Center, 2003—2004, Minidoka Member Hospital Extended Care Facility, 2004—2005, Minidoka Memorial Hospital, since 2004. Nurse, charge nurse Ashton (Idaho) Living Center, since 2005.

      Night charge nurse Creekside Convention Hospital, Santa Rosa, California, 1996. Charge nurse medications, treatment and Alzheimer's Unit Fallon Convention Center, Nevada, 1996. Charge nurse Medicare unit White Pine Convention Center, Ely, Nevada, 1997.

      Emergency room, Intensive Care Unit nurse Battle Mount General Hospital, Nevada, 1997. Nurse supervisor Medicare-Medical Seaview Care Center Sun Corporation, Eureka, California, 1997—1998. Member staff Walker Post Manor Oxford, North-East Lantis Corporation, 1998, The Lincoln Ambassador, 1999, Rapid City (South Dakota) Care Center Beverly Enterprises, 2000—2001, Houghton County Medical Care Facility, Hancock, Michigan, since 2000, Norlite Nursing Center, Marquette, Michigan, 2001—2002.

      Member staff Medicare unit Everett (Washington) Rehabilitation and Care Center, 2001—2002. Member staff Whidbey Island Manor, Oak Harbor, Washington. Staff medicare unit St. Joseph Care Center, Spokane, 2003.

      Invited member people to people nursing education and administration delegation to Japan, Hong Kong, and China Eisenhower Foundation Wayne State University, 1985.

    Works

    • Author: The Influence of Motivator and Hygiene Factors in Job Changes by Graduate Registered Nurses, 1977. Effects of Two Educational Methods Upon Retention of Knowledge in Pharmacology, 1981. Co-author: (with Jane F. Lee) Acupunture Atlas, 1974.

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    Candidate United States Senate Inner Circle, 1988, 89. Lieutenant colonel United States Army Reserve Medical Reserve. Member American Heart Association, California Nurses Association, Sigma Theta Tau.

    Connections

    • Married Harry George Edelstein, June 22, 1957 (divorced). Children: Julie, Lori, Lynn, Toni Anne.
    • father: Francis Jerome Edelstein
    • mother: Myrtle Josephine (Merbach) Edelstein
    • spouse: Harry George Edelstein
    • children: Julie Edelstein
    • Lori Edelstein
    • Lynn Edelstein
    • Toni Anne Edelstein
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