Nurse Corps


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Nurse Corps

the branch within each of the armed services comprising the nurses within that service, such as the Army Nurse Corps. In each of the armed services, the members of the Nurse Corps have the rank, title, responsibilities, and status of commissioned officer.
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It was an honor being selected to fill the School Nurse Corps Administrator position for North Central ESD.
Artinsia Shakir, DNP, RN, AGACNP, is Captain, Army Nurse Corps, and Clinical Nurse Manager, Patient-Centered Medical Home Primary Care Clinic.
I am honored to serve in the United States Navy Nurse Corps Reserves.
wartime ensign, US Navy Nurse Corps, San Jose, California
In 1908 Congress authorized the establishment of a female Nurse Corps within the United States.
During the war years, the BULLETIN OF THE WSNA listed the names of nurses who served in the Army, Navy, and Air force Nurse Corps in military posts around the World.
Prior to her distinguished career at ANA, Stierle retired as a Brigadier General in the United States Air Force Nurse Corps where she served as the twelfth Chief of the Nurse Corps.
Prior to coming to ANA, Peterson served as a captain in the Army Nurse Corps on active duty during Operation Desert Shield/Storm at the King Khalid Military City, Saudi Arabia.
Army Nurse Corps, as she delivered her inspiring presentation on the importance of building a "brain trust" of people throughout your nursing career.
The first female servicemember to achieve the rank of brigadier general was Col Anna Mae Hays, chief of the Army Nurse Corps, on June 11, 1970.
A former Air Force Nurse Corps Captain with service in Vietnam; retired as coordinator of the Women Veterans Health Program at the VAMC in Bay Pines.
The dedication of these highly motivated nurses has been inspiring, and many other Army Nurse Corps nurses have scheduled exams for when they return home.