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Corinne Lamont Meehan Clabby, American nurse administrator. Registered Nurse, California. Founder Infant Survival, Inc., Gainesville, Florida; Member Organization Nurse Executives, Sigma Theta Tau.


Clabby, Corinne Lamont Meehan was born on April 1, 1945 in New Kensington, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of Robert Samuel and Lily Corinne Coker (LaMont).


Bachelor of Science in Nursing, University Florida, 1976. Master of Science in Nursing, University Texas at El Paso, 1979. Postgraduate, California State University, Dominguez Hills, California, 1982.


Nursing clinical instructor, El Paso (Texas) Community College, 1978-1979;nursing education director, Los Angeles County Harbor/University of California at Los Angeles Medical Center, 1979-1981;senior nursing instructor, critical care instructor, Rancho Los Amigos Hospital, Downey, California, 1981-1982;administrative supervisor, Torrance (California) Memorial Hospital, 1981-1983;head nurse, Veterans Administration Hospital., West Los Angeles, 1983-1985;discharge planning nurse, nursing supervisor, Saint Mary Medical Center, Long Beach, California, 1985-1987;charge nurse newborn nursery, St. Bernardine Medical Center, San Bernardo, California, 1987-1988;head nurse, San Francisco General Hospital, 1988-1989;director maternal-child nursing, San Francisco General Hospital, since 1989. Consultant March of Dimes, Gainesville, El Paso. Panelist, speaker Needs of High Risk Perinatal Families.

Task force consultant Regionalized Perinatal Program, West Texas Health Systems Agency.


Founder Infant Survival, Inc., Gainesville, Florida. Member Organization Nurse Executives, Sigma Theta Tau.


Married Arthur Edmund Clabby, May 22, 1980. Children: Darren Meehan, Amy Meehan.