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Deborah Mary Castellan Edit Profile

Deborah Mary Castellan, American nurse anesthetist. Certified registered nurse anesthetist. Recipient Kuwait Liberation medal Kuwait Government, 1991.

Background

Castellan, Deborah Mary was born on December 4, 1949 in Wallace, Idaho, United States. Daughter of Mike Robert and Patricia Eileen (Batchelor) Castellan.

Education

Bachelor of science in nursing, University Portland, 1972. MSN, University Arizona, 1977. MSN, University of New York, Buffalo, 1983.

Career

Commander Second lieutenant, United States Army, 1975;advanced through grades lieutenant colonel, United States Army, 1989;retired, United States Army, 1995;instructor nursing ADN program, Portland Community College, 1974-1989;staff nurse anesthetist, United States Army, Fort Dix, New Jersey, 1983-1985;chief anesthesia, 121st Evac Hospital, Seoul, Korea, 1985-1986;chief anesthesia, 2nd General Hospital, Landostul, West Germany, 1986;chief trauma service, United States Army 86th Evac. Hospital, Saudi Arabia, 1991;head nurse, Fitzsimmons Army Medical Center, Denver, 1989-1991;chief ambulatory nursing service, Fitzsimmons Army Medical Center, Denver, 1991-1994;assistant chief nurse, Fitzsimmons Army Medical Center, Denver, 1994-1995;anesthesia assistant head, Providence Hospital, Toppenish, Washington, since 1995. Consultant AACN, 1974-1979.

Advisory board liaison Washington Nurse Anesthetist, 1995.

Membership

Volunteer Special Olympics, Mount Holly, New Jersey, 1983-1985, Landstul, West Germany, 1986-1989. Member American Nurses Association, American Association Nurse Anesthetist, Colorado Association Nurse Anesthetist, Washington Association Nurse Anesthetist (chairperson liasion), Retired Army Nurse Corps Association, Sigma Theta Tau.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: golfing, biking riding, skiing.