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Anna Kidd Peeler, American Occupational health nurse Registered Nurse, Mississippi, Alabama; certified neonatal resuscitation regional trainer, Bachelor of Liberal Studies instructor and trainer, freedom from smoking clinic leader; certified in nursing continuing education and staff development. Member American Association Occupl. Health Nurses, Mississippi Nurses Association (Waldren Beto Occupl. Health Nurse of Year award 1994). F C.


Peeler, Anna Kidd was born on July 5, 1964 in Pascagula, Mississippi, United States. Daughter of Paul James Kidd and Charlotte Ann Jones.


Associate Degree in Nursing, Meridian Community College, 1986. Bachelor of science in nursing, University Southern Mississippi, 1988. MSN, University Southern Mississippi, 1993.


Medical-surgical staff nurse Riley Memorial Hospital, Meridian, Mississippi, 1986-1988. Instructor continuing education North Mississippi Medical Center, Tupelo, 1988-1990, continuing education coordinator Mississippi, 1989-1990. Staff education manager/employee health coordinator Gilmore Memorial Hospital, Amory, 1990-1993, manager occupational health, 1993-1995.

Rehabilitation liaison HealthSouth, since 1994. Industrial health director Baptist Memorial Hospital, North Mississippi, 1995-1997. Director market services Mississippi, since 1997.

Adjunct faculty Troy (Alabama) State University, 1995.


Member American Association Occupational Health Nurses, Mississippi Nurses Association (Waldren Beto Occupational Health Nurse of Year award 1994).


Children: Luke Tyler, Samuel Boyd.