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Deborah Marie Dittner

Deborah Marie Dittner, Turkish nurse practitioner in family health. Registered Nurse, New York; certified primary care nurse practitioner; certified Reiki.


Dittner, Deborah Marie was born on April 7, 1954.


Bachelor of science in nursing, Western Connecticut State University, 1976. Student, Albany Medical College, 1980. Postgraduate, Clayton College Natural Health.

Coaching certified, Adirondack Community College, 1994.


Private practice family nurse practitioner, Saratoga Springs, New York, 1981-1990. Employee health nurse practitioner Samaritan Hospital, Troy, 1990-1992. Private practice obstetrics-gynecology nurse practitioner, Clifton Park, 1995-1996.

Private practice family nurse practitioner Bellevue Hospital Women, Niskayuna, 1996—2001. Director Wellness Center/Health Services, Russell Sage College, Troy, since 1996. Director Wellness Center/Health Services Sage College of Albany, since 2001.

Private practice family nurse practitioner Seton Health Systems, Troy, 1997-2000. Reiki master teacher practitioner Reiki Room, Saratoga Springs, New York, since 2002.


New York state coordinator Melpomene Institute for Women's Health Research, St. Paul, 1981-2000. Press Girls Basketball Booster Club, Saratoga Springs High School, 1995-1998. Member of New York State College Health Association, New York State Coalition of Nurse Practitioners (treasurer 1997-1999), American College Health Association, History Society for the Preservation of the Underground Railroad 2000-2001, (vice president since 2001), Greenfield History Society (life.

Treasurer 2000-2001, vice president since 2001), Zonta Club Saratoga County (public relations chair 1985-1987).