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Anita Floy Parmer, American health facility administrator, infection control coordinator. Registered Nurse Missouri, 64; national certified infection control. Recipient Florence Nightingale award, Trinity Lutheran Hospital School Nursing, 1962. Member of American Nurses Association, Association Practitioners in Infection Control.

Background

Parmer, Anita Floy was born on May 2, 1941 in Braymer, Missouri, United States. Daughter of Floyd Earl and Leola Frances (Penny) Mason.

Education

Diploma, Trinity Lutheran Hospital School Nursing, Kansas City, 1962. Student, William Jewell College, Liberty, Missouri, 1963. Bachelor of science in nursing, University Missouri, 1964.

Career

Staff nurse University Missouri Medical Center, Columbia, 1962, Excelsior Springs Hospital, Missouri, 1963, Boone Hospital Center (formerly Boone County Hospital), Columbia, 1963, operating room staff nurse, supervisor, 1964—1973, educational services instructor, 1973—1978, nurse epidemiologist, 1978—1989. Coordinator infection control, since 1989.

Religion

When anybody starts to follow the way of Jesus, it means to share his relationship with God as Father.

Politics

Christian discipleship is a commitment to work for social and political change of the community you live in.

Views

Language of a derogatory nature (with regard to race, nationality, ethnic background, gender, sexuality, and physical differences) does not reflect value of one another and contradicts the Christian teaching.

Membership

Member of American Nurses Association, Association Practitioners in Infection Control.

Connections

Married Kenneth Dale Parmer, September 6, 1964. Children: Kenneth Dale, John Earl.