Maureen provides advice on critical care issues within our remote medical training programs, as well as guidance for the health and safety of students while in training. Maureen has run remote health clinics in both Antarctica and the Aleutian chain and has traveled extensively in Australia and Vietnam. This experience is coupled with her extensive studies in hormone replacement therapy and topped off with a professional, soothing demeanor.
- B.A Smith College - Northampton, Massachusetts 1989
- B.S.N University of Massachusetts - Amherst, Massachusetts 1995
- M.S.N. University of Massachusetts - Amherst, Massachusetts 2000
- National Certification Family Nurse Practitioner ANCC 2000
- National Health Corps Scholar 2000
- Basic Life Support
- Advanced Cardiac Life Support
- Advanced Trauma Life Support
- Pediatric Advanced Life Support
- EMT 2 National Certification
- McMurdo Base Antarctica: 2007-2008 Provided health care including hypothermia care and high-altitude sickness prevention and care for summer and winter seasons at McMurdo Base. Trained and participated with Search and Rescue Team during summer and winter seasons.
- Akutan Alaska: 2000-2007 Provided highest level of care in remote communities in the Aleutians and Pribilof Islands; Developed first responder systems.
- USCG: Participated in and provided health care during US Coast Guard rescue and evacuations of trauma and medical emergencies.