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Anne O'Rourke Cloutier, American clinical nurse specialist.


Cloutier, Anne O'Rourke was born on January 21, 1955 in Providence. Daughter of James Henry and Florence Gertrude (Langford) O'Rourke.


Bachelor, Rhode Island College, 1977;Bachelor of science in nursing, Rhode Island College, 1977;MSN, Yale University, 1984.


Clinical nurse, Day Kimball Hospital, Putnam, Connecticut, 1977-1978;clinical nurse, St. Joseph's Hospital, North Providence, Rhode Island, 1978-1980;clinical nurse, Hospice Care Rhode Island, Rumford, 1980-1982;clinical nurse, Rhode Island Hospital, Providence, 1980-1984;clinical nurse specialist, Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, 1987-1988;clinical nurse specialist, Roger Williams General Hospital, Providence, 1984-1987, 88-89;nurse manager, Roger Williams General Hospital, Providence, 1989-1990;clinical nurse specialist, Broward General Medical Center, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, since 1990.


Member, volunteer American Cancer Society, Pawtucket, Rhode Island, since 1987. Secretary board trustees Rhode Island chapter Leukemia Society of America, Cranston, since 1989, volunteer, since 1985, chairman planning committee, 1986-1990. Volunteer Hospice Care Rhode Island, Rumford, 1982-1985.

Member Oncology Nursing Society, Rhode Island Oncology Nursing Society, International Association Nurses in Cancer Care, Rhode Island Nurses Association, Sigma Theta Tau.


Married Paul Eugene Cloutier, September 24, 1988.