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Beulah Patrice Vance, American critical care nurse. Registered Nurse, Louisiana; certified in nursing administration; certified professional in healthcare quality; certified Bachelor of Liberal Studies, American Council of Learned Societies instructor. Named Angel of Mercy Tribune newspaper, New Orleans, 1992. Member American Association of Critical Care Nurses, National Association for Healthcare Quality, Sigma Theta Tau.


Vance, Beulah Patrice was born on September 6, 1964 in Tacoma, Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Daughter of Stanley Senior and Kathryn Estelle (Brumfield) Vance.


Diploma, Charity Hospital School Nursing, New Orleans, 1988. Bachelor of science in nursing, University South Alabama, 1992. Master in Nursing Administration, Louisiana State University, 1995.


Staff nurse Cardiac Care Unit Tulane Medical Center, New Orleans, 1988-1989. Mobile nurse Intensive Care Unit Long Beach (California) Memorial Hospital, 1989. In-house pool nurse Cardiac Care Unit Veterans Administration Medical Center, New Orleans, 1989-1990.

In-house pool nurse Intensive Care Unit Hotel Dieu Hospital, since 1989. Staff nurse surgical Intensive Care Unit Humana Hospital, 1990, charge nurse medical Intensive Care Unit, 1991, nurse manager medical Intensive Care Unit and Intensive Care Unit stepdown, 1991-1993. Head nurse gynecology-oncology, staff Surgical Intensive Care Unit nurse University Hospital New Orleans, 1993-1995.

Medical quality assurance manager, managed care division Pan American Life, New Orleans, 1995-1997. Manager health services American Lifecare, Inc., 1997-1998. Director resource utilization, performance and risk management Memorial Medical Center-Mercy and Baptist Campuses, 1998-2001.

President, Chief Executive Officer Monarch Enterprises, a Healthcare Consultant Firm, since 2000. Director quality and resource management Lakeland Medical Center, New Orleans, since 2001.


Since a human being is the central factor in the plan of salvation, the Gospel must be taught, understood and accepted by him.


Some people think that involvement in political life is something Christians should avoid. But God is present everywhere, including political institutions.


All Christians should study Old and New Testament, which texts were written and gathered together over a long period of time. It is important to find out as much as we can about the original contexts in which texts were produced.


Member American Association of Critical Care Nurses, National Association for Healthcare Quality, Sigma Theta Tau.


  • Other Interests

    Reading, dance, sewing, swimming.