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Alice D. Duffy-Lynady

Alice D. Duffy-Lynady, American mental health nurse. Registered Nurse, licensed practical nurse, New York; certified Emergency Medical Technician. Chairman board directors South Orangetown Volunteer Ambulance Corps. Member National Paramedic Association, National Association for Developmentally Diagnosed.

Background

Duffy-Lynady, Alice D. was born on October 15, 1963 in New York City. Daughter of Vincent O. and Winnefred (Jourdan) Duffy.

Education

Bachelor of science in nursing, Dominican College of Blauvelt, 1989.

Career

Crew chief, ambulance driver, emergency medical technician, Hudson Valley Ambulance Svc., Haverstraw, New Yorknurse, Nyack (New York) Hospital, 1989;shift charge nurse, Multiple Disabilities unit Wassiac (New York) Development Center, 1989-1990;medical-surgical staff nurse, Letchworth Village Development Center/New York State Development Disabilities, Thiellsnurse Rockland multiple disabilities unit, Letchworth Village Development Center/New York State Development Disabilities, 1990-1991;charge nurse psychiatric acute unit, patient education coordinator, New York Hospital Cornell Medical Center, White Plains, New York, since 1991.

Membership

Chairman board directors South Orangetown Volunteer Ambulance Corps. Member National Paramedic Association, National Association for Developmentally Diagnosed.

Connections

Married.