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Linda Caroline Baldwin

Linda Caroline Baldwin, American nursing administrator, critical care nurse, educator. Member American Association Critical Care Nursing (past president), Critical Care Registered Nurse Corp (past president), American Heart Association (board directors), American Organization of Nurse Executives, AANN, National Association Quality Assurance Professional, Nursing Administrative Council (col-one), ARN.

Background

  • Baldwin, Linda Caroline was born on May 21, 1938 in Portland, Oregon, United States. Daughter of William Frank and Edna Marjorie (Keins) Schofield.

  • Education

    • Associate Degree in Nursing, Fullerton Community College, California, 1967. Bachelor of Science, Chapman College, Orange, California, 1984. Master of Health Administration, Chapman College, 1990.

    Career

    • Head nurse critical care education Orange County Medical Center, Orange, California. In-service director Huntington Intercommunity, Huntington Beach. Prehospital care coordinator Hoag Memorial Hospital, Newport Beach.

      Project line manager/trauma Western Medical Center, Santa Ana. Director quality management San Joaquin Valley Rehabilitation Hospital, Fresno.

    Works

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

    Membership

    Member American Association Critical Care Nursing (past president), Critical Care Registered Nurse Corp (past president), American Heart Association (board directors), American Organization of Nurse Executives, AANN, National Association Quality Assurance Professional, Nursing Administrative Council (col-one), ARN.

    Connections

    • Children: William Loren, Michael Eric.
    • father: William Frank Schofield
    • mother: Edna Marjorie (Keins) Schofield
    • children: William Loren Baldwin
    • Michael Eric Baldwin
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