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Maija Delaine Culs

Maija Delaine Culs, Latvian, American hospital administrator. Certified nurse administrator American Nurses Association. Board directors Chicago Lung Association, since 1976, officer associates board, chairman numerous committees, 1976-1985; associate governing board Business & Professional Association; Member American Academy Ambulatory Nurse Administrators, American Nurses Association (certified nurse administrator).

Background

  • Culs, Maija Delaine was born on April 3, 1940 in Lubana, Latvia. Came to the United States, l950. Daughter of Edwin Jacob and Bethel Jane (Crumbaker) Schneebeck.

  • Education

    • Diploma, Tacoma General Hosp.Sch. Nursing, l96l; Student, University Washington, University Puget Sound. Student, Center State University, 1966.

    Career

    • Medical-surgical nurse Doctors Hospital, Seattle, 1961-1962. Medical-surgical nurse Cardiac Care Unit, University Hospital, University Washington, 1962-1966. Clinical nurse manager Harborview Medical Center, 1966-1967.

      Director emergency services Yakima (Washington) Valley Memorial Hospital, 1967-1975. Administrator Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, 1975-1989. President Molecular Delivery Corporation Consultant, since 1989.

      Consultant on travel medicine to magazines, newspapers, professional groups, television and radio. Director, developer Tri-County Poison Control Center, Yakima, l973-75. Director International Travel Immunization Center, Chicago, l980—.

      Director, reorganizer Executive Health Program, Chicago, l984—.

    Major achievements

    • Certified nurse administrator American Nurses Association.

    Religion

    Denomination: Lutheran

    Membership

    Board directors Chicago Lung Association, since 1976, officer associates board, chairman numerous committees, 1976-1985. Associate governing board Business & Professional Association. Member American Academy Ambulatory Nurse Administrators, American Nurses Association (certified nurse administrator).

    Personality

    Interests

    Travel, medical and social ethics, humor, arts, language.

    Connections

    • father: Edwin Jacob Schneebeck
    • mother: Bethel Jane (Crumbaker) Schneebeck
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