Linda M. DeLamar, American primary care nurse, anesthetist, educator. Certified Emergency Nurse, Critical Care Registered Nurse; certified flight nurse, American Council of Learned Societies instructor, Advanced Trauma Life Support, Pouch Attachment Ladder System.
DeLamar, Linda M. was born on September 21, 1954 in New York City. Daughter of Rudy J. and Olga DeLamar.
Bachelor of science in nursing, University Maryland, Baltimore, 1981. MSN, Widener University, 1990. Postgraduate nursing anesthesia, Nazareth Hospital, Philadelphia, 1994.
Flight nurse, instructor, United States Air Force Reserve, McGuire Air Force Base, New Jersey
flight nurse, West Jersey Health Systems, Camden, New Jersey, 1988-1993;
clinical nurse specialist, emergency department, Cooper Hospital Medical Center, Camden, 1992-1994;
certified registered nurse anesthetist, Cooper Hospital/U. Medical Center, since 1994.
Member Critical Incident Stress Debriefing Team. With United States Army, 1972-1975, captain United States Air Force Reserve, since 1983. Member American Association of Critical Care Nurses, Emergency Nurses Association, National Flight Nurses Association, American Trauma Society, University Maryland Alumni Association, AANA, Sigma Theta Tau.