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Claudella Archambeau Jones

Claudella Archambeau Jones, American medical institute executive, educator, consultant. Registered Nurse Ohio, Michigan. Member of International Society Burn Injuries, American Nurses Association, Michigan Nurses Association, Association Critical Care Nurses, American Burn Association (Distinguished Service award 1978).

Background

Jones, Claudella Archambeau was born on September 25, 1938 in Holgate, Ohio, United States. Daughter of Claude Edmund and Marjorie Elizabeth (Warren) Archambeault.

Education

Diploma Mercy School Nursing, Toledo, 1959, University of Michigan, 1972. Registered Nurse, Ohio, Michigan.

Career

Member, surgical staff St. Charles Hospital, Toledo, 1959. Assistant to staff physician Casa Marina Hotel and United States Coast Guard, Key West, Florida, 1959—1960. Charge nurse, labor and delivery Monroe County General Hospital, 1959—1960.

Charge nurse, emergency room Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami, Florida, 1960. Member operating room staff Good Samaritan Hospital, Los Angeles, 1961. Charge nurse, medicine, surgery & pediatrics Defiance Hospital, Ohio, 1961—1962.

Staff nurse, rehabilitation Tampa General Hospital, 1961—1962. Float and private duty nurse University Michigan, 1962—1964. Member staff, neurosurgery, otology & ophthalmology University Michigan Medical Center, Ann Arbor, 1964—1966, head nurse, burn unit, 1966—1968.

Member project staff Evaluation and Demonstration of Model Burn Unit, 1968—1971. Director, burn care technician program University Michigan Burn Center St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, 1969—1971. Editor, publications department National Institute Burn Medicine, Ann Arbor, since 1971, educational coordinator, 1971—1975, director, education, since 1975, administrator, institute, since 1982.

President Communications Insights Inc. Project manager National Burn Information Exchange, since 1972, Will Keith Kellogg Foundation Great Lakes Regional Burn Care Demonstration Project, 1975—1977. Co-chairman Rehabilitation Burned Patient Seminars, since 1975.

Manager Burn Information Triage System, 1976—1978.

Membership

Member surgical staff St. Charles Hospital, Toledo, 1959. Member oper. room staff Good Samaritan Hospital, Los Angeles, 1961. Member project staff Evaluation and Demonstration of a Model Burn Unit, Ann Arbor, 1968-1971.

Member American Burn Association (Distinguished Service award 1978), Association Critical Care Nurses, Michigan Nurses Association, American Nurses Association, International Society Burn Injuries.

Connections

Children: Christopher Mark, Daniel Sullivan, Anne Elizabeth.