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Cecelia King Golightly Edit Profile

Cecelia King Golightly, American healthcare administrator, nurse. Bush leadership fellow Bush Foundation, 1977. Member Journal of Nursing Adminstn. (board directors 1983-1986), Affiliated Hospital Services (board directors 1982-1987), American College Healthcare Executives, American Organization of Nurse Executives, Womens Club of Minneapolis.

Background

Golightly, Cecelia King was born on July 8, 1936 in Orlando, Florida, United States. Daughter of Max Luie Bavar and Lillian (Wetherbee) King.

Education

Diploma, Presbyterian Hospital, Charlotte, North Carolina, 1958;certified, University of Minnesota, 1976;Bachelor of Science, University of Minnesota, 1977;Master in Public Health, University of Minnesota, 1978.

Career

Director nursing, St. Joseph's Home and Hospital, River Falls, Wisconsin, 1969-1975;associate director nursing, St. Joseph's Hospital, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1975-1977;director special projects, St. Joseph's Hospital, St. Paul, 1978-1979;director nursing, Eitel Hospital, Minneapolis, 1979-1982;associate administrator, Eitel Hospital, Minneapolis, 1982-1983;senior administrator, Eitel Hospital, Minneapolis, 1983-1984;executive director elderly services, Lifespan Corporation, Minneapolis, 1984-1987;consultant, Good Neighbor Superior vena cava syndrome, Inc., St. Paul, 1987-1988;director nursing, Medical College Georgia, Augusta, 1988-1990;vice president patient care, Northside Hospital, Atlanta, since 1990. Consultant Ganong Health Care Cons., Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 1978-1984. President Presearch.

Membership

Member Journal of Nursing Adminstn. (board directors 1983-1986), Affiliated Hospital Services (board directors 1982-1987), American College Healthcare Executives, American Organization of Nurse Executives, Womens Club of Minneapolis.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocation: gardening.

Connections

Married Horace Hugh Golightly, November 29, 1957. Children: Donald Maxwell, Thomas Michael, Amy Franncis.