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Frank Philip Lamendola, American nurse, educator, consultant. Certified nurse practitioner.


Lamendola, Frank Philip was born on February 4, 1949 in Kingston, New York, United States. Son of Philip James and Antoinette T. (Taverna) Lamendola.


Diploma, Center ISLIP (New York) Eastern State Hospital School Nursing, 1970;Bachelor of science in nursing, Rush U., 1976;MSN, University of Illinois, 1979;certified Nurse Practitioner, College St. Catherine, 1984;postgraduate, University of Minnesota, since 1992.


Nursing supervisor, Rush-Presbyterian- St. Lukes Medical Center, Chicago, 1976-1978;practitioner, teacher, Rush-Presbyterian- St. Lukes Medical Center, Chicago, 1978-1979;hospice staff nurse, Bethesda Hospital, St. Paul, 1979-1980;hospice head nurse, Northern Memorial Medical Center, Robbinsdale, Minnesota, 1980-1982;hospice staff nurse, Northern Memorial Medical Center, Robbinsdale, Minnesota, 1982-1985;health education director, Aspen Medical Group, Minneapolis and St. Paul, 1985-1987;case manager, Minnesota Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome project, Minneapolis, 1987-1988;co-founder, partner, consultant, Journeywell, Minnetonka, Minnesota, since 1988. Candidate screener Religious News Service-Cooperative American Relief Everywhere, Minneapolis, 1984-1985.


Member nominations committee Association for Nurses in Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Care, 1991, keynote speaker, 1992, co-chair Human Immunodeficiency Virus nurses committee, 1993-1995. Member American Nurses Association (congress of nursing practice 1992-1996), Minnesota Nurses Association (third district public affairs director 1984-1986, member Human Immunodeficiency Virus task force 1991-1992, co-chair 1992-1993), Coalition for Death Education and Support, Twin Cities Gay Men's Chorus (founder 1981, chairman long range plan 1985-1986), Minnesota Hospice Organization, Sigma Theta Tau.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: singing, hiking, reading.