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Donna Jean Lampley

Donna Jean Lampley, American cardiopulmonary nurse, physician assistant. Member of American Association Critical Care Nurses, American Society Extracorporeal Technology, Pi Epsilon Iota, Golden Key Honor Society.

Background

Lampley, Donna Jean was born on July 7, 1953 in Bethesda, Maryland, United States. Daughter of Eulan Lyman and Mary Jane (Hanks) Lampley.

Education

Diploma in Nursing, Methodist Hospital School Nursing, 1973. Diploma in Cardiopulmonary Perfusion, Texas Heart Institute, since 1979. Postgraduate, Memphis State University, 1984.

Career

Charge nurse psychiatry Naval Regional Medical Center, Jacksonville, Florida, 1974—1976. Staff nurse Intensive Care Unit, Methodist Hospital Central Memphis, 1976—1978. Cardiopulmonary nurse-perfusionist Surgical Group for Thoracic & Cardiovascular Diseases, Memphis, since 1979.

Clinical instructor University Tennessee School Perfusion Technology, Memphis, 1980—1982. Served to lieutenant junior grade United States Naval Reserve, 1974-1976.

Membership

Member of American Association Critical Care Nurses, American Society Extracorporeal Technology, Pi Epsilon Iota, Golden Key Honor Society.