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Leanna Robbins Miller, American nursing administrator, critical care nurse. Registered Nurse, Arizona, Oregon, California; certified Basic Cardiac Life Support, American Council of Learned Societies, advanced trauma life support instructor. Recipient certified of recognition Good Samaritan Hospital; grantee Hewlett Packard, Glaxo Pharmaceuticals, Intelligent Medical Systems, Abbot Laboratory, Baxter Health Care Corporation, Redding Bank Commerce.


Miller, Leanna Robbins was born on May 1, 1955 in Richmond, Indiana, United States. Daughter of Robert L. and Norma L. (Dillman) Robbins.


Bachelor in Chemistry, Indiana University, Indianapolis, 1977. Master of Arts in Biology and Physiology, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana, 1980. Bachelor of science in nursing, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana, 1981.

MSN, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana, 1984.


Assistant professor nursing University Arizona, Tucson. Cardiovascular clinical nurse educator University Medical Center. Critical care clinical nurse specialist Good Samaritan Hospital, Portland, Oregon.

Director nursing Kritikus Foundation, Redding, California. Consultant, lecturer on critical care.


Member American Nurses Association (council clinical nurse specialists, ethics committee), American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (certified, president Sierra Cascade chapter 1990, board directors, program committee), National Association of Female Executives, National League for Nursing, Academy for Advancement of Science, American Heart Association (chairman program committee, member professional nurses committee, BCLS-American Council of Learned Societies committee, certified of appreciation), Council for Cardiovascular Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau, Sigma Pi Alpha.


Married Richard D. Miller, August 5, 1978.