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Diane Clair Gaughan, American quality management professional. Certified public health nurse, nursing administrator American Nurses Association, certified quality healthcare professional National Board Health Care Quality Professionals. Volunteer United Way's First Call for Help, Minneapolis, 1989. Member Minnesota Quality Healthcare Professionals, Lenox Hill Hospital Nursing Alumnae.

Background

Gaughan, Diane Clair was born on September 22, 1937 in New York City. Daughter of James Oscar and Elizabeth (Wrixon) Drennan.

Education

Bachelor, Marymount Manhatten College, 1974. Master of Science in Education, Long Island University, 1981. Certified family counseling, Long Island University, 1982.

Career

Registered Nurse, Lenox Hill Hospital, 1958;various nursing positions, 1958-1962;public health nurse, Yonkers (New York) Health Department, 1962-1964;infirmary nurse, New York University, Bronx, New York, 1965-1967;private duty nurse, White Plains, New York, 1969-1974;staff nurse float and emergency room, Yonkers Professional Hospital, 1974-1978;night nurse, New Rochelle (New York) Hospital, 1980-1981;night supervisor, St. Agnes Hospital, White Plains, 1981-1987;adjunct instructor social science, Elizabeth Seton College, Yonkers, 1985-1988;triage nurse, Kaiser Permanente, White Plains, 1985-1988;quality management manager, Metropolitan Health Plan, Minneapolis, since 1989.

Membership

Volunteer United Way's First Call for Help, Minneapolis, 1989. Member Minnesota Quality Healthcare Professionals, Lenox Hill Hospital Nursing Alumnae.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Knitting, needlecrafts, writing.

Connections

Married John Gaughan, December 2, 1961. Children: Richard Eugene, Christopher Michael.