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Janet Louise Jones

Janet Louise Jones, American health services administrator. Registered Nurse, Florida. Recipient Bronze medallion for volunteer service American Heart Association, 1983.

Background

  • Jones, Janet Louise was born on October 29, 1944 in New Haven. Daughter of Raymond Burford Kimberly.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of science in nursing, University Northern Florida, 1979. Postgraduate, University Northern Florida.

    Career

    • Various nursing education and administration positions, 1967-1980. Director education Methodist Hospital, Jacksonville, Florida, 1976-1979. Staff development instructor University Massachusetts Medical Center, Worcester, 1979-1980.

      Member faculty School Nursing Valdosta (Georgia) State College, 1980-1981. Executive director Central Home Health, Inc., Valdosta, 1981-1983. Clinical coordinator medical nursing South Georgia Medical Center, 1983-1984.

      Director Public Health Home Health Services, 1984-1987. Patient care administrator, acting general manager Hospice Inc. of Dade County, Miami, Florida, 1987-1988. Administrator Mederi Home Health, incorporated, 1988.

      Executive director Catholic Hospice, incorporated, Miami Lakes, Florida, 1988-1992, president, Chief Executive Officer, 1992-1997, Alive Hospice, Inc., Nashville, since 1997. Consultant Mederi Home Health, Inc., since 1988. Management consultant Clay County Memorial Hospital, Green Cove Springs, Florida, Ed Fraser Memorial Hospital, Maccleny, Florida, Baker County Nursing Home, Maccleny, Brackford County Hospital, Stark, Florida, 1976-1979.

    Major achievements

    • Registered Nurse, Florida.

    Membership

    Member Florida Catholic Conference Task Force Against Assisted Suicide, 1992-1997. Co-chair Archbishop of Miami's Task Force Against Assisted Suicide, 1993-1997. Chair educated and training committee Florida Hospices, Inc., 1992-1995, secretary, 1995, member legislation task force, 1995, member ethics committee, 1995.

    Member Leadership Miami, 1993, Leadership Nashville, 2002. Member governor's study/advisory task force on nursing education Florida Commissioner Education, 1978-1979. Mayoral appointee Hospital Authority Board, since 1999.

    Member Northwest Florida Hospice Association (charter member, trainer, member ethics committee 1993, chair code of ethics subcommittee since 1993, chair survey review subcommittee), National Hospice Organization, International Hospice Institute (board directors), Association Non-Profit Executives (board directors, chair business ethics task force since 1999, president 2002), American Academy Medical Administrators, American Colonel Oncology Administrators (board directors since 1995, president 1997), Nashville Chamber of Commerce, Rotary Club of Nashville (North Dade/North Miami club, treasurer 1991-1993, president-elect 1994, president 1995, district governor's representative 1996), Sigma Theta Tau.

    Connections

    • Married Steven Craig Williams, September 28, 1994. 1 child, James Lyle Cook. Stepchildren: Jeremy Craig, Diana Lynn.
    • father: Raymond Burford Kimberly Jones
    • spouse: Steven Craig Williams
    • children: James Lyle Cook Jones
    • Jeremy Craig Jones
    • Diana Lynn Jones
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    Born October 29, 1944
    (age 73)
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