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Ann G. Petersen, American women's health nurse. Certified nurse midwife; Registered Nurse, Utah. Bamberger scholar, 1955.


Petersen, Ann G. was born on September 22, 1936 in Salt Lake City. Daughter of Willis Austin and Thelma Louise (Swaner) Moody.


Bachelor of Science, University Utah, 1962. Master of Science, University Utah, 1967.


Head nurse Medical Center University Utah, 1973-1978. Consultant Division Occupational & Professional Licensing, 1978-1989, coordinator licensing, 1983-1989. Director womens and infants services Latter Day Saints Hospital, Salt Lake City, since 1989.

Instructor St. Mark's Hospital, Salt Lake City, 1961, Holy Cross Hospital School Nursing, Salt Lake City, 1967-1971. Consultant and speaker in field.


Consultant maternal-child nursing family planning Nebraska State Health Department, Lincoln, 1972. Lieutenant colonel United States Army Reserve Nurses Corps. Member American Nurses Association, Nurses Association of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, ACNM, National Association Women's Health Professionals (vice president 1990), National Council State Boards Nursing (Area I director 1979-1981, vice president 1982-1984, chairperson convention committee 1982-1983, test service evaluation committee 1985-1986, nominating committee 1986-1988, executive director conference group 1986-1989, committee nursing shortage), American Association Military Surgeons, Reserve Officers Association, Utah Nurses Association (1st vice president 1990), Utah Perinatal Association.


Married Alvin F. Petersen, August 13, 1960. Children: Shannon, Laurie, Karyn.