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Sister Jean Juenemann

Sister Jean Juenemann, American hospital executive. Recipient Distinguished Service award Minnesota Hospital & Health Association, 1996; Bush Foundation Summer fellow Cornell University, University California, Berkeley, 1982.

Background

  • Juenemann, Sister Jean was born on November 19, 1936 in St. Cloud, Minnesota, United States. Daughter of Leo A. and Teresa M. (Oster) Juenemann.

  • Education

    • Diploma, St. Cloud School Nursing, 1957. Student, College St. Benedict, 1959. Bachelor of science in nursing cum laude, Seattle University, 1967.

      Master of Health Administration, University Minnesota, 1977.

    Career

    • Director nursing service Queen of Peace Hospital, New Prague, Minnesota, 1963-1965, 67-77, assistant administrator, 1967-1977, Chief Executive Officer, since 1977. Member board Bush Medical Fellows Program. Speaker at conferences.

    Membership

    Chairman Community Committee Prevention Chemical Abuse, New Prague, 1975-1980. Board directors St. Cloud (Minnesota) Hospital, St. Benedict's College, St. Joseph, Minnesota. Fellow American College Healthcare Executives.

    Member American Association of University Women (past president New Prague chapter), American Hospital Association (Chief Executive Officer of Year 1989), Society Health Care Planning & Marketing, Catholic Hospital Association, Women's Health Leadership Trust, New Prague Opportunities, Rotary (president New Prague chapter 1994-1995, assistant governor district 1998-1999), Sigma Theta Tau.

    Connections

    • father: Leo A. Juenemann
    • mother: Teresa M. (Oster) Juenemann
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