Ann Grundler Triantafillos
Ann Grundler Triantafillos, American women's and infant's health nurse. Certified in perinatology. Recipient Outstanding Student award Catholic University, 1976; nominated for Registered Nurse Search for Excellence for State of Maryland, 1990.
Triantafillos, Ann Grundler was born on March 25, 1948 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Daughter of Talmage and Betty (Collier) Grundler.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing, University Maryland, 1970. Master of Science in Nursing, Catholic University America, 1976.
Medical technician Glendale (Maryland) Hospital for Quadriplegics & Paraplegics, 1969-1970. Emergency room technician University Maryland Hospital, Baltimore, 1969-1970. Medical staff nurse Veterans Administration Hospital, Washington, 1970.
Perinatal staff nurse Walter Reed Army Medical Center, 1970-1972, neurology Intensive Care Unit staff nurse, 1972. Community health nurse Montgomery County Health Department, Wheaton, Maryland, 1972-1980. Labor delivery nurse Holy Cross Hospital, Silver Spring, 1980-1984, teaching specialist, 1984-1989.
Nurse educator Franklin Square Hospital Center, Baltimore, 1989-1990, director nursing education and quality review, 1990-1991. Perinatal staff nurse Greater Laurel Beltsville Hospital, 1991-1992. Clinical leader III Mercy Medical Center, Baltimore, 1992-1994, perinatal clinical nurse specialist, since 1994.
Member nursing faculty obstetrics and medical-surgical Montgomery College, 1980-1984. Member nursing faculty obstetrics University Maryland, 1991-1992. Member, practice issue committee Maryland Board Nursing.
Lecturer on nursing standards of practice and care for obstetrical and neonatal patients, teaching strategies, patient education, and delegated nursing functions, Maryland.
Certified in perinatology.