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Linda Carol Hege, American Nurse ( hlth: hlth. service)nurse. Member American Nurses Association, District III North Carolina Nurses Association (special projects chairman 1984-1989, representative for North Carolina task force for nat. disaster medical system 1990^). Loaned executive United Way Forsyth County, 1988^(advising committee Person to-Person program chairman 1989^).

Background

Hege, Linda Carol was born on September 1, 1945 in Lexington, North Carolina, United States. Daughter of Olin Grady and Kate Vivian (Walser) Hege. Bachelor of science in nursing, Lenoir Rhyne College, 1967.

Staff nurse Forsyth Memorial Hospital, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, 1967-1969, 1974-1975, assistant head nurse,1969-1973, 1975-1980, nursing educational instructor, 1980, clinical specialist, 1980-1982, associate director, 1982-1994.

Education

Patient educator CI Salem Family Practice,1994^. Lecturer Forsyth Technology Institute, Winston Salem, 1970-1975, Mitchell College, Statesville, North Carolina, 1979-1980, North Carolina License Practical Nurse Association, Durham, North Carolina, 1982. Clinical instructor Forsyth Technology Community College, 1991^;member special operations Response chief nurse, 1988^.

Instructor Forsyth County Heart Association, Winston-Salem, 1983. Member North Carolina task force National Disaster Medical System, 1989^.

Career

Staff nurse Forsyth Memorial Hospital, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, 1967—1969, 1974—1975, assistant head nurse, 1969—1973, 1975—1980, nursing educational instructor, 1980, clinical specialist, 1980—1982, associate director, 1982—1994. Lecturer Forsyth Technology Institute, Winston Salem, 1970—1975, Mitchell College, Statesville, North Carolina, 1979—1980, North Carolina License Practical Nurse Association, Durham, 1982. Instructor Forsyth County Heart Association, Winston-Salem, 1983.

Member special operations Response chief nurse, since 1988. Member North Carolina Task Force National Disaster Medical Systems, since 1989. Clinical instructor Forsyth Technology Community College, since 1991.

Patient educator CI Salem Family Practice, since 1994.

Religion

Regular ceremonies enable people to open themselves to God more fully. They help people to hear God's offer and challenge ever more deeply, and to allow God to prompt and enable them to respond.

Politics

Every human being regardless of its race, gender or sexual orientation should have all human and civil rights.

Views

The demands of modern life may leave someone stressed and overloaded, or isolated and feeling useless. Be persistent, and success will be definitely achieved.

Membership

Member of American Nurses Association, United Way Forsyth County (loaned executive since 1988, advisory committee Person to-Person program chairman since 1989), District III North Carolina Nurses Association (special projects chairman 1984-1989, representative North Carolina task force national disaster medical system since 1990).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Reading, swimming, candlewicking.