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Nancy Eileen Brinkwart

Nancy Eileen Brinkwart, American critical care nurse. Registered Nurse, Pennsylvania, New York; certified Bachelor of Liberal Studies, Critical Care Registered Nurse, American Council of Learned Societies, American Council of Learned Societies instructor, American Heart Association.


  • Brinkwart, Nancy Eileen was born on February 8, 1956 in Cuba, New York, United States. Daughter of Robert Charles and Jean Francis (Christ) Feuchter.

  • Education

    • Associate Degree in Nursing, Alfred State College, 1978. Bachelor of science in nursing, Alfred State College, 1986. MSN, University Rochester, 1993.

      Student post master's certified program, University Rochester, 1995.


    • Nursing assistant, then staff nurse Olean (New York ) General Hospital, 1975-1980. Staff nurse, then head nurse Intensive Care Unit Cuba Memorial Hospital, 1980-1990. Patient care coordinator, administrative coordinator Intensive Care Unit Bradford (Pennsylvania) Hospital, 1990-1991.

      Staff nurse surgical Intensive Care Unit Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester, New York, 1990-1995. Nurse practitioner for family planning/STD clinic Allegany County Department Health, since 1994. Nurse practitioner Crandall Health Center, Alfred (New York ) University, since 1995.

      American Council of Learned Societies instructor Cuba Memorial Hospital, since 1986, critical care consultant, 1990-1995. Collegiate health care-health service director Alfred (New York ) University, since 1994.


    President, vice president, chairman programming Allegany County board American Heart Association, 1986-1995, board directors New York state affiliate, 1990-1994. Member American Association of Critical Care Nurses (certified), NYSCONP, Cuba Lioness Club (1st vice president), Sigma Theta Tau.



    Avocations: crafts, stained glass.


    • Married George Robert Brinkwart, October 11, 1975.
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    Born February 8, 1956
    (age 61)