Log In

Anne Stewart Medlin Edit Profile

Anne Stewart Medlin, American nurse. Certified operating room nurse.


Medlin, Anne Stewart was born on January 18, 1940 in Valdosta, Georgia, United States. Daughter of George Washington Stewart and Henrietta (Holloway) Sink.


Registered Nurse, Georgia Baptist School Nursing, 1961. Student, West Georgia College, since 1987.


Supervisor orthopedic surgery Georgia Baptist Hospital, Atlanta, 1974-1975. Manager surgery Douglas General Hospital, Douglasville, Georgia, since 1975. Chairman support health group Operating Room Products Committee, Atlanta, since 1978.


The purpose of human existence is to love, worship, and serve God in thought, word, and deed, and, grounded in this relationship with God, to love and serve others.


The diversity of religious expressions is guaranteed by the separation of church and state. However, church and state should interact in different social and political fields for the benefit of the whole society.


The purpose of every individual is to develop a dynamic, intricate, and intimate relationship with Jesus Christ.


Member advisory board School Nursing, West Georgia College, Carrollton, 1985-1986. Member Association Operating Room Nurses (national nominating committee 1985-1987, board directors Northwest Georgia chapter 1984-1987, vice president 1983, president 1981, secretary 1978-1980, local Nurse of Year 1986), Georgia Council Operating Room Nurses (secretary-treasurer 1983-1987, chairman elect 1987, chairman 1988, Perioperative Nurse of Year 1986), Atlanta Area Operating Room Supervisors.


  • Other Interests

    Collecting cookbooks, travel.


Married James Warren Medlin, January 20, 1963. Children: George Stewart, Holly Suzanne.