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Karen Pettigrew

Karen Pettigrew, American occupational health nurse. Certified hospital-based instructor for neonatel resuscitation, certified occupational hearing conservationist, certified pulmonary function testing. Member AAOHN, North Carolina OHN.

Background

  • Pettigrew, Karen was born on December 11, 1958 in Newport News, Virginia, United States. Daughter of Theodore E. Stephens and Marcell Spain Baker.

  • Education

    • Associate of Applied Science, Rockingham Community College, Wentworth, North Carolina, 1980.

    Career

    • Charge nurse, emergency room Annie Penn Memorial Hospital, Reidsville, North Carolina. Director medical department Rohm & Haas Chemical Plant, Fayetteville. Charge nurse newborn nursery Crittenden Memorial Hospital, West Memphis, Arkansas.

      Case manager for high risk infant program Crittenden County Health Department. Case manager Hospice of Rockingham County, North Carolina. Visiting case manager Alamance County Hospital Home Care Providers.

      Director medical department, occupational health nurse Karastan division Mohawk Industries, Eden, North Carolina. Plant nurse Wellman, Inc., Fayetteville.

    Major achievements

    • Certified hospital-based instructor for neonatel resuscitation, certified occupational hearing conservationist, certified pulmonary function testing.

    Membership

    Member AAOHN, North Carolina OHN.

    Connections

    • Married James a. Pettigrew, June 1, 1980. 1 child, James A. Junior.
    • father: Theodore E. Stephens
    • mother: Marcell Spain Baker
    • spouse: James a. Pettigrew
    • child: James A. Junior Pettigrew
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    Born December 11, 1958
    (age 58)
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