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Julia Elizabeth Orosz, American nurse, educator, consultant. Registered Nurse Ohio, Texas, certified neonatal intensive care nursing, 1988. Named to Outstanding Young Women American, United States Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1981, 1983; fellow graduate fellow, University Alabama-Birmingham, 1973; scholar Klaus Memorial scholar, Lutheran Hospital School Nursing, 1970.


Orosz, Julia Elizabeth was born on November 5, 1948 in Alliance, Ohio, United States. Daughter of William and Rachel (Dosa) O. Nursing diploma Lutheran Hospital School Nursing, Cleveland, 1970.


Nursing diploma, Lutheran Hospital School Nursing, Cleveland, 1970. Bachelor of science in nursing, University Cincinnati, 1973. MSN, University Alabama, Birmingham, 1975.


Staff nurse Children's Hospital, Akron, Ohio, 1970—1971, 1975—1977. Health clinic nurse University Cincinnati, 1972—1973. Assistant professor Maryville College, St. Louis, 1977—1980, University Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, 1980—1984.

Clinical specialist Barberton Citizen's Hospital, Ohio, 1984—1985. Regional perinatal education coordinator Children's Medical Center, Akron, since 1985. Health care associate School Medicine Washington University, St. Louis, 1978—1979.

Adjunct assistan professor Kent State University School Nursing, since 1986, graduate assistant professor, 1987—1989. Chairman health care services Lutheran Church Missouri Synod International Youth Gathering, 1983. Member adolescent pregnancy task force on community awareness Summit County Adolescent Services Network, since 1985.


Volunteer American Red Cross, San Antonio, Akron, since 1970. Speaker San Antonio Coalition for Children, Youth and Families, 1980—1984, Children's Medical Center, Akron, since 1985. Member Children's Hospital Employee Foundation, 1987—1992.

Active perinatal nursing advisory council Northeast Ohio March of Dimes, since 1990. Volunteer Carter Presidential Campaign, Akron, 1976. Finance committee Fairlaw Lutheran Church, since 1992.

President employee foundation Children's Hospital Medical Center, Akron, 1990. Member child find subcommittee Ohio Department Health, 1987. Co-chairperson Ohio Perinatal Region VI Nursing Network, 1986—1988, 1993—1995.

Member of League of Women Voters, National Museum Women in the Arts (charter), Ohio Perinatal Association (board directors since 1985, president elect 1989), National Perinatal Association (council since 1986), National Association Neonatal Nurses (charter), Nurses Association of the American College of Ob-Gyn. (educational coordinator Ohio section 1987-1989), University Cincinnati Alumni Association (life), Sigma Theta Tau.


  • Other Interests

    Counted cross stitch, piano, pipe organ, cooking, painting, race walking.