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Linda Lee Egan, American medical/surgical nurse. Recipient Institutional award, New Jersey Association for Retarded Children, 1969. Member of American Nurses Association, American Association of Critical Care Nurses, American Nurses Foundation, Texas Nurses Association, South Jersey In-service Exchange, Professional Traveling Nurses Association, Century Club.

Background

Egan, Linda Lee was born on March 25, 1947 in Daretown, New Jersey, United States. Daughter of John Joseph and Mary Elizabeth (Woodruff) E. A.S. in Nursing, Cumberland County College, 1972.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Stockton State College, 1978. Cottage attendant Vineland (New Jersey) State School, 1965-1969, cottage supervisor, 1969-1972, staff nurse, 1972-1974, head nurse intensive care, 1974-1975. Staff nurse intensive careCooper Medical Center, Camden, New Jersey, 1975-1977, in-service clinician, 1977-1978.

Director nursing Vineland State School Hospital, 1978-1979, instructor nursinginsvc., 1979-1982. Rehabilitation specialist Staff Builders, San Diego, 1982-1983. Private rehabilitation specialist, 1983-1986.

Staff nurse Hemet Valley Hospital, California, 1986. Nurse intensive care staff Tri-City Medical Center, Oceanside, California, 1986-1987. Administrative supervisor Pomerado Hospital, Poway, 1987-1988.

Critical care unit staff nurse The Memorial Hospital Salem County, 1988-1990. Critical care staff nurse Mother Francis Hospital, Tyler, Texas, 1990^. Nursing care consultant (part-time) American Institute for Mental Studies, 1980.

Respiratory/circulatory emergency instructor/multimedia first aide instructor American Red Cross, Vineland, 1975-1981.

Career

Cottage attendant Vineland State School, New Jersey, 1965—1969, cottage supervisor, 1969—1972, staff nurse, 1972—1974, head nurse intensive care, 1974—1975. Staff nurse intensive care Cooper Medical Center, Camden, 1975—1977, in-service clinician, 1977—1978. Director nursing Vineland State School Hospital, 1978—1979, instructor nursing in-service, 1979—1982.

Rehabilitation specialist Staff Builders, San Diego, 1982—1983, private rehabilitation specialist, 1983—1986. Staff nurse Hemet Valley Hospital, 1986. Nurse intensive care staff Tri-City Medical Center, Oceanside, 1986—1987.

Administrative supervisor Pomerado Hospital, Poway, 1987—1988. Critical care unit staff nurse Memorial Hospital Salem County, 1988—1990. Critical care staff nurse, primary unit Intensive Care Unit educator unit employees Mother Francis Hospital, Tyler, Texas, since 1991.

Nursing care consultant, part-time American Institute Mental Studies, 1980. Instructor respiratory.circulartory emergency, multimedia first aide instructor American Red Cross, Vineland, 1975—1981.

Membership

Member of American Nurses Association, American Association of Critical Care Nurses, American Nurses Foundation, Texas Nurses Association, South Jersey In-service Exchange, Professional Traveling Nurses Association, Century Club.