Audrey Shelley Bomberger
Audrey Shelley Bomberger, American health facility administrator.
Bomberger, Audrey Shelley was born on June 12, 1942.
Diploma in nursing, Reading Medical Center, 1963. Bachelor of Science in Education, Millersville University, 1975. Master of Science in Education, Temple University, 1979.
Doctor of Philosophy in Health Administration, Columbia-Pacific University, 1983.
Enlisted United States Army, 1977, with Nurse Corps, 1977—1999, retired Colonel, 1999. Director hospital education and research McKay-Dee Hospital, Ogden, Utah, 1984-1987. Director hospital education Salinas (California) Valley Memorial Hospital, 1987-1991.
Owner Creative Health Services, Salinas, 1991-1994. Administrator professional services Al Hada Hospital, Tiaf, Saudi Arabia, 1994-1995. Director nursing Casa Serena Nursing Home, 1995-1996.
Director quality management, director professional services LifeCare Management Services, Dallas, 1996—1999, clinical vice president corporation offices, since 1999.
Author: Radiation and Health: Disaster Planning, 1984. Co-author: Disaster Planning, 1986, Medical/Surgical Nursing, 1982.