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Carol Ann Gleason

Carol Ann Gleason, American rehabilitation nurse. Registered Nurse, Massachusetts; certified rehabilitation Registered Nurse; certified case manager; licensed rehabilitation counselor. Recipient Occupant Safety award Massachusetts Nurses Association, 1989, She Know's Where She's Going award Girls Inc., 1989.


  • Gleason, Carol Ann was born on June 17, 1950 in Franklin, New Hampshire, United States. Daughter of Adam Victor and Rita T. (Robichaud) Novak.

  • Education

    • Diploma, St. Elizabeth Hospital, Boston, 1971. Master in Management, Cambridge College, Massachusetts, 1997.


    • Surgical nurse St. Elizabeth Hospital, Boston, 1971-1973. Private nurse for chief of otolaryngology Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, 1973-1974. Private duty nurse Metropolitan Nurses, Inc., 1975.

      Liaison, marketing Registered Nurse Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, 1975-1981. Admissions nurse Shaughnessy-Kaplan Rehabilitation Hospital, Salem, 1982-1986. Marketing associate New Medico Head Injury System, Lynn, 1986-1988.

      Assistant regional manager New Medico, 1988-1990. Rehabilitation specialist Cost Containment Management, Braintree, Massachusetts, 1990-1991. Senior rehabilitation consultant North America Health and Rehabilitation Services, Nashua, New Hampshire, 1991.

      Senior marketing associate Greenery Rehabilitation Group, Newton, Massachusetts, 1992-1994. Manager clinical business development Beverly Health & Rehabilitation Services, Inc., 1995-1996. Regional director marketing/census development Mariner Post Acute Network, 1997—1999.

      Director resource management Shaughnessy Kaplan Rehabilitation Hospital, Salem, Massachusetts, 1999—2000, director admission, 2000—2001. Regional director admissions and marketing Wingate Healthcare, Inc., Needham, 2001—2004. Director admissions and marketing Jewish Memorial Hospital and Rehabilitation Center, Boston, since 2004.

      Speaker Massachusetts Passenger Safety Bureau, Boston, 1988-1991. Participant Nurse in Washington Internship, 1991. Consultant in field.

    Major achievements

    • Registered Nurse, Massachusetts. Certified rehabilitation Registered Nurse. Certified case manager.

      Licensed rehabilitation counselor.


    • Contributing author: The Speciality Practice of Rehabilitation Nursing, A Core Curriculum, 3d edition, 1993, 4th edition, 2000, Rehabilitation Nursing Process and Application, 1996, Rehabilitation Nursing Process, Application, and Outcomes, 3d edition, 2002. Contributor articles to professional journals.


    Party affiliation: Democrat


    Denomination: Roman Catholic


    Vision/hearing tester Massachusetts Department Public Health, Boston, 1990-1993. Board directors Marblehead (Massachusetts) Festival of Arts, 1989-1991, Junior Aid Society Inc., Marblehead, since 1979. Active Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Boston, since 1990.

    Member American Nurses Association, Massachusetts Nurses Association, National Head Injury Foundation, National Association Rehabilitation Professionals in the Private Sector (chapter board directors 1987-1990), Pro-Mass (chapter board directors 1990-1993), Massachusetts Council Nursing Organizations (board directors 1986-1996), Association Rehabilitation Nurses (chairman marketing/public relations 1990-1991, health policy 1988-1994, vice chairman health policy 1991-1992, chairman health policy 1992-1993, president board directors New England chapter 1988-1989), Insurance Rehabilitation Nurses New England (board directors, co-president 1992-1994, advisor 1994-1999, legislation chair 1990-1992, scholarship chairman since 1998, conference committee since 2000), Case Management Society New England (board directors 1998-2004), Case Management Society of America (board directors since 2004, national conference chair 2005, vice-chair health policy since 2005).



    Cooking, music, travel.


    • Married William J. Gleason, August 24, 1974. 1 child, Stephen Bryan.
    • father: Adam Victor Novak
    • mother: Rita T. (Robichaud) Novak
    • spouse: William J. Gleason
    • child: Stephen Bryan Gleason
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    Born June 17, 1950
    (age 67)