Diane Louise Chapin, American cardiac care nurse. Certified provider/instructor Basic Cardiac Life Support and American Council of Learned Societies, certified provider pediatrics advanced life support, American Red Cross. Member American Association of Critical Care Nurses (Critical Care Registered Nurse), Emergency Nurses Association (Certified Emergency Nurse).
Charge nurse orthopedics Geisinger Medical Center, Danville, Pennsylvania, 1974-1977, charge nurse urology, 1980-1981. Charge nurse psychiatry DePaul Hospital, Norfolk, Virginia, 1977-1978. Home health nurse John D. Archibald Memorial Hospital, Thomasville, Georgia, 1982-1983.
Medical staff/charge nurse Tallahassee Community Hospital, 1981-1982, supervisor, 1984-1986, nurse educator Intensive Care Unit, 1986-1987, assistant nurse manager Intensive Care Unit, 1987-1990. Nurse manager Cardiac Care Unit Hospital Corporation of America Palmyra Medical Center, Albany, Georgia, 1990-1993. Director critical care Palmyra Medical Center, 1993-1997.
Clinical director Intensive Care Unit/Passenger Car Unit Bulloch Memorial Hospital, Statesboro, Georgia, since 1997. Graduate consultant area 4 Student Nurse Association Pennsylvania, 1973-1974. Developer restorative nurse program in home health, 1981.
Co-developer critical care internship program, 1991.