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Retired General Surgeon who is devoting the majority of his time in retirement to treating the medically indigent at various safety-net clinics that serve the homeless and indigent.
I am a certified surgical technologist.
RN for over 34 yrs. At present work part-time as a migrant nurse. Have been working as migrant nurse for over 4 yrs. Also do employee health and American Heart Instructor for organization.
44 years Nursing experience in multiple services including Perioperative and Surgical ,Obstetrics, Nursing (Med-Surg ),Long term and Acute care for Seniors and Public Health
Medicaid Managed Care Organization
Dr. Rosenbaum, PHD economics, 1985, Notre Dame, is an Assoc Professor in community and economic development in the Department of Community Agriculture, Recreation and Resource Studies (CARRS) at Michigan State University. Dr Rosenbaum’s research interests are in fields of community economic development, community-based studies, farm labor child care issues, farm labor markets, farm worker health, and Latino and other minority economic issues.