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Dell Taylor Miller, American Emergency nurse Registered Nurse, Georgia; CCRN, CEN; certified BCLS instructor, American Council of Learned Societies instructor, PLS instructor, Pouch Attachment Ladder System instructor, EMT, paramedic, Trauma Nursing Core Course, Basic Trauma Life Support instructor, others Member Georgia Hospital Association (Nurses Make a Difference award 1993). F C.


Miller, Dell Taylor was born on November 2, 1948 in Nashville, Tennessee, United States. Daughter of Lamar C. Taylor and Marie Taylor Roach.


Student, Trevecca College, 1968. Associate Degree in Nursing, Columbus (Georgia) College, 1975. Bachelor of science in nursing, Columbus (Georgia) College, 1991.

MSN, Troy State University, 1994. Postgraduate, University Alabama.


Staff nurse intensive care unit St. Francis Hospital, Columbus, 1975-1977. Office nurse to private practice neonatologist, 1979-1980. Paramedic instructor, director education, head nurse Cardiac Care Unit, Doctors Hospital, 1981-1984.

Staff nurse adult physical health Muscogee County Health Department, Columbus, 1986. Staff nurse, Education The Medical Center, 1988. Paramedic Harris County Express Mail Service, Hamilton, Georgia, 1988.

Clinical education and trauma nurse coordinator The Medical Center, Columbus, 1990-1995, manager, 1995-1997. Clinical manager emergency department Doctors Hospital, since 1997.


Chairman, Ryan White Consortium, 1996. Member Emergency Nurses Association (president Georgia chapter 1997), Georgia Hospital Association (Nurses Make a Difference award 1993).


Married Michael W. Miller, july 13, 1969. Children: Kara, Gregg, Lauren.