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Marjorie Hartog-VanderAarde

Marjorie Hartog-VanderAarde, American nursing administrator, educator. Registered Nurse, Montana. Recipient Certified of Appreciation Montana Department Health and Environmental Science.

Background

  • Hartog-VanderAarde, Marjorie was born on November 30, 1938 in Orange City, Iowa, United States. Daughter of John and Gertrude Marie (Hofland) Hartog.

  • Education

    • Diploma, Swedish Covenant Hospital, Chicago, 1960. Bachelor of science in nursing, Montana State University, 1975. Master of Science, Texas Women's University, 1982.

      Master of Science in Health Administration, University Colorado, 1990.

    Career

    • Staff nurse operating room, emergency department, Holland (Michigan) City Hospitalconsultant, American Mission Hospital, Kuwaitfrom staff to charge nurse, Montana Deaconess Medical Center, Great Fallsstaff educator, Montana Deaconess Medical Center, Great Fallshead nurse critical care units, Montana Deaconess Medical Center, Great Fallscritical care education coordinator, Montana Deaconess Medical Center, Great Fallsassistant director education, Montana Deaconess Medical Center, Great Fallsassistant vice president, Montana Deaconess Medical Center, Great Fallsvice president human services, Montana Deaconess Medical Center, Great Falls, since 1990;director human resources, Montana Deaconess Medical Center, Great Falls, since 1993. Instructor Montana State University School of Nursing, Great Falls.

    Membership

    Executive board advisor for Women's Guild Christ Church on the Hill, R.C.A., member of Worship, Education and Music Committee. Board directors United Way of Cascade County, executive committee, member personnel committee, chair nominating committee. Member of American Association of Colleges of Nursing, American College Health Care Executive(nominee), Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma Theta Tau.

    Connections

    • Married Robert Leon VanderAarde, June 18, 1960. Children: Tamela VanderAarde Scholten, Liesl Renae.
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    Born November 30, 1938