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Patricia Lee Miller, American nursing administrator. Certified Nursing Administration, advanced. Recipient Environmental Health and Safety award Tulane University, 1987; named Individual Mobilization Augmentee Reserve Nurse of Year, United States Air Force, 1989.


Miller, Patricia Lee was born on June 4, 1950 in Atlanta. Daughter of Harold Blaine and Sarah Elizabeth (Burgamy) Miller.


Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Medical College of Georgia, 1978. Master of Science in Nursing, Medical College of Georgia, 1979.


Emergency room staff nurse, Georgia Baptist Hospital, Atlanta, 1971;intensive care unit staff nurse, Savannah (Georgia) Memorial Hospital, 1971;second in command Lieutenant, United States Air Force, 1971;with nurse corps, 1971-1974;Intensive care, critical care staff nurse, Burnham City Hospital, Champaign, Illinois, 1974-1976;supervisor intensive care, critical care units, St. Joseph Hospital, Augusta, Georgia, 1976-1979;director ambulatory care nursing, Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, 1979-1985;director ambulatory care nursing, Tulane University, New Orleans, 1985-1992;ambulatory care surveyor, Joint Commision on Accreditation Health Care Orgns., Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois, since 1986;vice president patient care services, U. Florida Faculty Clinic, Jacksonville, 1992-1993. Temporary faculty Parkland College, Champaign, Illinois, 1975-1976. Clinical faculty Louisiana State University, 1987-1991.


Colonel United States Air Force Reserve, since 1974. Member American Nurses Association, Georgia Nurses Association (nurse of the year 1982), American Academy of Ambulatory Nursing Administration (president 1986-1987), Sigma Theta Tau.