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Gere Harris Lane

Gere Harris Lane, American critical care nurse. Anne McHann scholar; recipient President's award, The Cheshire Medical Center. Board directors Harris Center for Conservation Education, 1988-1991, chairman fundraising committee, 1987-1991, incorporator, since 1987.

Background

  • Lane, Gere Harris was born on February 16, 1943 in Verona Island, Maine, United States. Daughter of George Byard and Isabelle Alice (Gray) Harris.

  • Education

    • Registered Nurse, Grace New Haven School Nursing, Connecticut, 1964. Bachelor of science in nursing, University Bridgeport, Connecticut, 1967. MSN, University Lowell (Massachusetts), 1981.

      Master of Education, Keene (New Hampshire) State College, 1982.

    Career

    • Nursing instructor Greenfield (Massachusetts) Community College, 1968. Public health nurse Greater Anchorage Area Health Department, 1969-1970. Nurse manager The Cheshire Medical Center, Keene, 1982, director medical-surgical and cardiopulmonary services, 1989.

    Works

    • Coauthor: Flow Charts: Decision Making in Nursing, 1983. Contributor Critical Care Nursing Diagnosis and Management, 1990, Essentials of Critical Care Nursing, 1992.

    Membership

    Board directors Harris Center for Conservation Education, 1988-1991, chairman fundraising committee, 1987-1991, incorporator, since 1987.

    Connections

    • Married Caryl Lane, March 4, 1969.
    • father: George Byard Harris
    • mother: Isabelle Alice (Gray) Harris
    • spouse: Caryl Lane
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    Born February 16, 1943
    (age 74)
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