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Patricia Anne Sullivan, American health coordinator. Joined Religious Sisters of Mercy, Roman Catholic Church, 1959. United States Public Health Service grantee, 1972-1973, 77-81.


Sullivan, Patricia Anne was born on July 27, 1941 in Manchester, New Hampshire, United States. Daughter of John Jay and Lorraine (Mooney) Sullivan.


Bachelor of Science cum laude, St. Anselm College, Manchester, New Hampshire, 1970. Master of Science, Boston University, 1973. Master of Science, Doctor of Science, Harvard University, 1981.

Bachelor in Biology, Mount St. Mary College, Hooksett, New Hampshire, 1965.


General science teacher Diocesan Junior High School, Manchester, New Hampshire, 1964-1966. Instructor Castle Junior College, Windham, 1969-1970. Member staff St. Patrick's Home, Manchester, 1965-1970.

Staff nurse Sacred Heart Hospital, 1970-1972. Instructor and assistant professor medical/surgical nursing graduate progressive Boston University, 1973-1976, adjunct assistant professor nursing graduate program, 1976-1980. On-call charge nurse and administrative assistant Frances Warde Center, Windham, New Hampshire, 1977-1981.

Assistant dean graduate nursing, associate professor nursing St. Xavier College, Chicago, 1981-1983. Associate professor graduate nursing, department education, administration health policy University Maryland, Baltimore, 1983-1991. President Warde Health Center, Sisters of Mercy, Windham, since 1994.

Director public policy Sisters of Mercy Health Systems, St. Louis, 1992-1994. Professional board member, regional legislation assistant. Conductor workshops in field.


Faculty resident, co-facilitator community housing service program Loyola College, 1984. Vice president Mercy Action Corporation, 1988-1992. Associate Health Care Network, since 1990.

Trustee Mercy Hospital, New Orleans, 1991-1993. Trustee Mercy Hospital, portland, Maine, since 1995. Member American Public Health Association (women's caucus 1984), National League for Nursing (national forum for administration nursing services), American Organization Nurse Executives, Nurses in Washington Roundtable, Sigma Theta Tau, Delta Epsilon Sigma.