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Patricia Jean Beath-Hoogheem

Patricia Jean Beath-Hoogheem, American nurse anesthetist. Member American Association Nurse Anesthetists, American Association Nurses, American Society Regional Anesthesia, Iowa Association Nurse Anesthetists (vice president 1984-1985, president 1985-1986, district director 1983-1985, director continuing education 1985-1988), Iowa Association Nurses (board directors 1984-1985). Lodges: Philanthropic and Educational Organization Sisterhood.

Background

Beath-Hoogheem, Patricia Jean was born on September 17, 1942 in Des Moines. Daughter of John Neil and Harriet Millicent (Pike) Chicken.

Education

Diploma, Iowa Methodist School Nursing, 1963. Diploma in anesthesia, Ravenswood School of Anesthesia, 1977. Bachelor of Science in Health Arts, College of St. Francis, 1982.

Career

Staff nurse, Iowa Methodist Hospital, Des Moines, 1963;staff nurse, U. Iowa Veterans Administration Hospital., Iowa City., 1964-1965;staff nurse, Memorial Hospital, Manhattan, Kansas, 1968-1969;supervisor evenings, Memorial Hospital, Manhattan, 1969-1972;supervisor operating room, Memorial Hospital, Manhattan, 1972-1974;staff anesthetist, St. Mary of Nazareth, Chicago, 1977-1979;chief anesthetist, Greene County Medical Center, Jefferson, Iowa., 1979-1981;anesthetist, Beath Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist Services Professional Corporation, Jefferson, 1981-1988;anesthetist, Highlan Park (Illinois) Hospital, since 1988;anesthetist, Swedish Covenant Hospital, Chicago, 1988. Member nurse advising committee Sen. Harkin, Des Moines, 1985-1988.

Member task force on prescription drugs Iowa Nursing Board, 1983.

Religion

The teaching of Bible shows methods by which a man can obtain salvation.

Views

Small groups inside the Methodist Church should be developed. Thus all members of “societies” could receive support and be challenged in their faith.

Membership

Member American Association Nurse Anesthetists, American Association Nurses, American Society Regional Anesthesia, Iowa Association Nurse Anesthetists (vice president 1984-1985, president 1985-1986, district director 1983-1985, director continuing education 1985-1988), Iowa Association Nurses (board directors 1984-1985). Lodges: Philanthropic and Educational Organization Sisterhood.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Cross-stitch, skiing, sailing, biking.

Connections

Married Arnold Ray Beath, August 9, 1964 (divorced 1984). Children: Scott Ray, Jeffrey Neil. Married LaVerne Hoogheem, May 29, 1988.

Politics

The diversity of religious expressions is guaranteed by the separation of church and state. However, church and state should interact in different social and political fields for the benefit of the whole society.