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Phyllis Spencer Cooper Mallette, American medical/surgical nurse. Certified critical care, IV therapy, acute respiratory care, Occupational Safety and Health Administration regulations, advanced coronary care, medical office management, case management, utilization review; Registered Nurse, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania. Member National Association Healthcare Quality, Sigma Theta Tau.

Background

Mallette, Phyllis Spencer Cooper was born on November 18, 1944 in Chestertown, Maryland, United States. Daughter of Charles P. and Elma (Brown) Spencer.

Education

Associate of Science in Nursing, Rutgers University, 1965. Bachelor of science in nursing cum laude, College of New Jersey, 1978.

Career

Nurse delivery room, St. Francis Medical Center, Trenton, New Jersey, 1971-1973;nurse Intensive Care Unit, Delaware Valley Medical Center, Langhorne, Pennsylvania, 1973-1974;coordinator nights, Robert Wood Johnson U. Hospital, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 1974-1975;occupational health Registered Nurse, Warner-Lambert/Parke-Davis Company, Morris Plains, New Jersey, 1977-1979;senior professional representative hospital, coordinator sales training, Merck Human Health Superior vena cava syndrome Division, Philadelphia, 1979-1989;co-coordinator 400 trainee field force expansion, Merck Sharp & Dohme, Denver, 1989;clinical nurse, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, 1989-1990;office manager, Arthur E. Mallette, Doctor of Medicine Pikesville, Maryland., 1990-1994;quality management analyst, United Health Care, Inc., Baltimore, 1994-1996;quality improvement coordinator, United Health Care of Florida, 1996-1997;pharmaceutical specialist, Astro Zeneca, Inc., Orlando, Florida, since 1997. Medical consultant New Jersey Public television, Trenton, 1974.

Religion

The relationship with God in Covenant is like a marriage between human beings – both as a community and as individuals – on the one side and God in Christ on the other.

Politics

All human life is sacred and created by God and therefore, we must see all human life as significant and valuable. When governments implement the death penalty, then the life of the convicted person is devalued and all possibility of change in that person’s life ends.

Views

Every individual should try to be open to others and willing to be changed. Therefore, community members should meet regularly in order to open their hearts, share their knowledge, thoughts and experience.

Membership

Member National Association Healthcare Quality, Sigma Theta Tau.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: computer, career coaching youth, mystery and adventure novels.

Connections

Married Arthur E. Mallete, June 5, 1982. Married Winsor A. Cooper, Junior, February 10, 1966 (deceased 1982). Children: Winsor A. Cooper III, Elma Cooper Henderson.