Responsible for all aspects of patient care and planning for up to six patients in a 297 bed, general medical-surgical, orthopedic, pulmonary, stroke and telemetry setting (Float team).
Responsible for all aspects of patient care and planning for up to six patients in 12 bed, general medical-surgical and telemetry units.
Responsible for all aspects of patient care and planning for up to six patients in 16 bed, surgical oncology and orthopedic/neurological units.
Responsible for all aspects of patient care and planning for up to five-six patients.
Provide a bi-monthly blood pressure screening and hypertensive support clinic
Explore the potential for an in-house or private practice health clinics addressing stress, pain, weight and anxiety management - smoking cessation and health improvement
Provide outpatient treatment for stress, anxiety, habit cessation, and goal achievement, with a focus on pain/discomfort management.
Responsible for all aspects of development, design, implementation, online promotion, maintenance and evaluation of web sites for Lee Enterprises' Oregon newspapers and their customers.
Work with publishers and managers to develop a long term strategy; to establish and extend the Lee presence throughout the Mid-Willamette Valley and Western Oregon.
Responsibilities included identifying and evaluating potential online profit center opportunities and implementing programs to exploit them.
In 1990, Anchor Information Systems became BCV, Inc. By 1994, new telecommunications services (ISDN) became available, The Internet began to mature, with the advent of the World Wide Web.
BCV began providing businesses access to high quality, full service Internet and World Wide Web site development, electronic document publishing services. These services included online marketing and promotion.
Other related functions included developing and conducting "Internet Video" training seminars to the local business community and consumers
Published the "Northfield News", Vermont's oldest continuously published weekly, online from February, 1996 through March 20, 1997.
This experience demonstrated the value of local news and information to the business community and visitors. It also suggested several ways to utilize the Internet's WWW; as a commercial vehicle to provide it.
Co-owned and operated a Vermont Country Inn and Bed & Breakfast with wife, Virginia from August 1990 through April, 1997. We hosted many visitors and business people from around the world.
Owner, Anchor Information Systems. Salem, MA 1980 -1990
Provided computer consulting services to small businesses. Practice focused on counseling and training business people on emerging PC hardware and software applications. Provided assessments and developed computer utilization plans that would facilitate efficiencies of operations and increase profits.
This company evolved into the Business Center of Vermont, Inc.
President/CEO, Allied Health Professionals, Inc. Beverly, MA 1979 -1989
Developed the first model of Home Health Care delivery and temporary healthcare personnel staffing utilizing computer based administrative, scheduling and payroll support.
Served as staff nurse, Nursing Director, Director, Administrator and CEO for the agency employing up to 250 professional and paraprofessional health care providers.
Automated all administrative functions resulting in higher quality patient/client care, more human resources to provide hands-on care, a higher level of care and lower costs to the patient/client.
In 1988, other Home Health Care agencies began to implement similar computer based support.
Served as air crew member, photographic processing specialist, medical/nursing care technician [corpsman], Equal Opportunity, Race Relations and Substance Abuse counselor, department head and supervisor.
Served two tours of duty in Viet Nam.
Honorably discharged from active duty on 5 January, 1975 and from the USAF Reserves on 9 January, 1981.