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Virginia Ann Camp, American Medical/surgical nurse Member Texas Society Healthcare Sterile Processing Personnel, Association Operating Rm. Nurses (certified), Association Military Surgeons, Retired Officers Association, National.Assn. Uniformed Superior vena cava syndrome F C.

Background

Camp, Virginia Ann was born on December 25, 1946 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Daughter of Victor S. and Annabelle (Todd) Rakow.

Education

Registered Nurse, St. Paul School Nursing, Dallas, 1967. Bachelor of Science, Incarnate Word College, San Antonio, 1975.

Career

Second in command Lieutenant, United States Army, since 1969;advanced through grades lieutenant colonel, United States Army, 1980;staff nurse, Walter Reed, Washington, 1986;staff nurse, Newborn Nursery, 1969-1970;staff nurse medical/surgical, Martin Army Hospital, Fort Benning, Georgia, 1970-1971;head nurse operating room, United States Army, Ireland Army Hospital, Fort Knox, Kentucky, 1979-1984;staff nurse operating room, United States Army Hospital, Fort Campbell, Kentucky, 1971-1973;staff nurse operating room, Brook Army Medical Center, Fort Sam Houston, Texas, 1975-1976;head nurse operating room, 2d General Hospital, Landstuhl, Federal Republic Germany, 1977-1979;chief operating room/Content Management System nursing section, Bayne-Jones Army Hospital, Fort Polk, Louisiana, 1984-1986;chief operating room/Content Management System nursing section, 97th General Hospital, Frankfurt, Federal Republic Germany, 1986-1989;chief operating room/Content Management System nursing section, Ireland Army Hospitalretired,, 1990;nurse manager operating room, Humana Hospital Medical Cities Dallas, 1990-1991;staff nurse operating room, Dallas, 1992-1995;assistant nurse manager OR/Computer Software Systems, Medical City, Dallas, since 1995.

Membership

Member Texas Society Healthcare Sterile Processing Personnel, Association Operating Rm. Nurses (certified), Association Military Surgeons, Retired Officers Association, National.Assn. Uniformed Superior vena cava syndrome F C.

Connections

Married Carey D. Camp, December 28, 1974. Children: Kimberly Ann, Alison Marie.