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Paula Ruth Zettle

Paula Ruth Zettle, American nurse. Registered Nurse St. Luke's Hospital School Nursing, 1959.

Background

  • Zettle, Paula Ruth was born on August 9, 1938 in Youngstown, Ohio, United States. Daughter of Paul Vincent and Doris Esther (Snively) Webb.

  • Education

    • Postgraduate, St. Joseph's College, 1984.

    Career

    • Nurse Lakewood Hospital, Ohio, 1960—1961. Employee health service nurse Mount Sinai Hospital, Hillcrest Hospital, Cleveland, 1972—1978. Day supervisor, patient care coordinator Shaker Medical Center, 1978—1980.

      Assistant director nursing Americana Healthcare, Mayfield Heights, 1981. Utilization review coordinator Kaiser Foundation, East Side Hospitals, Cleveland, 1982—1984, regional utilization auditor, quality assurance coordinator, since 1984.

    Major achievements

    • Registered Nurse St. Luke's Hospital School Nursing, 1959.

    Religion

    Denomination: Presbyterian

    Membership

    Member Quality Review Coordinators, Ohio, Northern Ohio Review Coordinators. Disaster health services committee American Red Cross. Advisory board Upjohn Healthcare Services, member clinical review committee.

    Instructor CPR; den mother, trainer Boy Scouts America, 1967—1969. Consultant leader Girl Scouts United States of America, 1968—1973. Member of National Association Female Executives, National Association Quality Assurance Professionals, Greater Cleveland General Alumni Association, St. Luke's Hospital.

    Connections

    • Married Donald Richard Zettle. Children: Peter, Lisa, Jonathan, James.
    • father: Paul Vincent Webb
    • mother: Doris Esther (Snively) Webb
    • spouse: Donald Richard Zettle
    • children: Peter Zettle
    • Lisa Zettle
    • Jonathan Zettle
    • James Zettle
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    Born August 9, 1938
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