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Nancy Sue Cunningham

Nancy Sue Cunningham, American physician assistant. Certified physician assistant, Georgia. Volunteer Peace Corps, Afghanistan, 1965-1966, Friends of Zoo Atlanta, since 1984; tour guide Atlanta Preservation Center, since 1987. Member American Academy Anesthesia Assistants (board directors, secretary 1980-1982, president 1982-1984), Georgia Association Physician Assistants.

Background

  • Cunningham, Nancy Sue was born on July 24, 1942 in Louisville. Daughter of Bernard William and Virginia (Bolton) Cunningham.

  • Education

    • Associate of Arts, Armstrong State College, 1962. Bachelor of Science, Belmont Abbey College, 1965. Master of Science in Education, Temple University, 1970.

      Master of Medical Science, Emory University, 1976.

    Career

    • Teacher chemistry Chatham-Savannah (Georgia) Board Education, 1967-1973. Physician assistant, anesthetist Grady Memorial Hospital, Atlanta, since 1976.

    Membership

    Volunteer Peace Corps, Afghanistan, 1965-1966, Friends of Zoo Atlanta, since 1984. Tour guide Atlanta Preservation Center, since 1987. Member American Academy Anesthesia Assistants (board directors, secretary 1980-1982, president 1982-1984), Georgia Association Physician Assistants.

    Personality

    Interests

    Architectural history, piano, travel.

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    Born July 24, 1942
    (age 75)