Midaeja Kim Choe
Midaeja Kim Choe, Korean, American critical care nurse.
Choe, Midaeja Kim was born on March 3, 1940 in Hadong, Republic of Korea. Daughter of Jungbum and Chaoak (Kang) Kim.
Registered Nurse, Jinju School Nursing, Korea, 1960. Bachelor, Dong A University, Pusan, Korea, 1964. Postgraduate, University Illinois, Chicago, 1976.
Master of Science, DePaul University, Chicago, 1983.
Public health nurse Joong-Ku Health Center, Pusan, Korea, 1960-1962. Public health nursing supervisor City of Pusan Health Department, 1962-1964. Nursing supervisor Save the Children Fund, Pusan, 1964-1971.
Staff nurse Oak Park (Illinois) Hospital, 1971-1974. Cardiac Care Unit staff nurse Edgewater Hospital, Chicago, 1974-1975. Intensive Coronary Care Unit staff nurse MacNeal Memorial Hospital, Berwyn, Illinois, 1976-1980.
Clinical supervisor intensive care unit Columbus Hospital, Chicago, 1980-1981. Nurse clincian III intensive care unit to trauma nurse coord Mount Sinai Hospital, 1981-1983, 89—. Clinical coordinator Emerald Isle Hospital, Montserrat, West Indies, 1983-1985.
Consultant/instructor American University of Caribbean, 1985-1987. Adjunct faculty nursing Triton College, River Grove, Illinois, 1979-1981. Temporary staff emergency room/surgical intensive care unit Mount Sinai Hospital, 1987.