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Jacquelyn Rochelle Lewis

Jacquelyn Rochelle Lewis, American nursing quality consultant. Registered Nurse; certified professor in healthcare quality. President Central Maine Dressage Association, Auburn, 1998—2000, secretary, 1993—1995; usher Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, since 1991; Member of American College Healthcare Executives, National Association Healthcare Quality.

Background

  • Lewis, Jacquelyn Rochelle was born on February 24, 1956 in Portsmouth, Virginia, United States. Daughter of Everet Darl and Frances Emaline (Pettit) Johnson.

  • Education

    • Nursing diploma, Iowa Methodist Hospital School Nursing, 1985. Bachelor of Science, Purdue University, 1979. Master of Business Administration, Thomas College, 1997.

    Career

    • Staff nurse Iowa Lutheran Hospital, Des Moines, 1985-1987, United States Naval Hospital, Groton, Connecticut, 1987, Central Maine Medical Center, Lewiston, 1988. Quality coordinator Maine General Medical Center, Augusta, 1988-1998. Diabetes education consultant State of Maine, 1998-1999.

      Quality specialist Southern Maine Medical Center, Biddeford, 1999—2001. Case manager Concentia Managed Care, Freeport, Maine, 2001—2002. Compliance officer Augusta Mental Health Institute, 2002—2004.

      Clinical compliance analyst FirstHealth of the Carolinas, since 2005.

    Major achievements

    • Registered Nurse; certified professor in healthcare quality.

    Membership

    President Central Maine Dressage Association, Auburn, 1998—2000, secretary, 1993—1995. Usher Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, since 1991. Member of American College Healthcare Executives, National Association Healthcare Quality.

    Personality

    Interests

    Horseback riding, hiking, cross country skiing, travel.

    Connections

    • Married Philip Alden Lewis Junior, May 20, 1978.
    • father: Everet Darl Johnson
    • mother: Frances Emaline (Pettit) Johnson
    • spouse: Philip Alden Lewis Junior
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    Born February 24, 1956
    (age 61)
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