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Lois Jean Scarborough

Lois Jean Scarborough, American nurse. Registered Nurse, Maryland, quality management, Learning Tree University, 1993, gerentol. nurse, AANC, 1987-2001, medical & surgical nursing, 1988-2002, healthcare environmental manager, Center for Healthcare Environmental Management, since 2004. Member American Nurses Association (certified gerontological nurse, medical-surgical nurse), Association for Professionals in Infection Control, AAOHN.

Background

  • Scarborough, Lois Jean was born on November 24, 1942 in Baltimore. Daughter of Donald Neeper and Melrose Margaret (McGibney) Scarborough.

  • Education

    • Diploma, Johns Hopkins Hospital School Nursing, 1966. Bachelor of science in nursing, Johns Hopkins University, 1966. Certified in quality management, Learning Tree University, 1993.

    Career

    • Clinical nurse University Hospitals Cleveland/Case-Western Reserve University, 1970-1972. Instructor Community College Baltimore, 1973-1976. Private duty nurse, Baltimore, 1966-1992.

      Senior clinical nurse Johns Hopkins Home Health Services, 1992-1994. Home care coordinator Baltimore Medical Systems, Inc., 1994-1997, quality review/occupational health specialist, 1997—2001, occupational health/infection control nurse, 2001—2003. JCAHO specialist Johns Hopkins University School Medicine, since 2004.

    Membership

    Member American Nurses Association (certified gerontological nurse, medical-surgical nurse), Association for Professionals in Infection Control, AAOHN.
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    Born November 24, 1942
    (age 75)