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NURSING SCHOOL ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS NAMED
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NURSING SCHOOL ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS NAMED

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An advisory board for the School of Nursing at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro has been formed to help Dean Patricia Chamings find ways the school can better meet the nursing and health care needs of the Piedmont Triad.

Approved by the UNCG Board of Trustees, the advisory group has 15 members representing hospitals, businesses, the medical community and other areas.Stanley Frank of Greensboro, president of Carolina By-Products, is serving as chairman of the advisory committee. Other members are:

Dr. Eloise Lewis of Greensboro, retired dean of the UNCG School of Nursing.

Anne Umstead Maultsby of Chapel Hill, owner of the Farmhouse Restaurant.

Eleanor Moon of Greensboro, ex officio, lecturer in the UNCG School of Nursing.

Jeanne Tannenbaum of Greensboro, UNCG alumna.

Dr. Roderick Buie of Greensboro, retired physician and charter member of the medical staff of Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital.

Edith Conrad of Greensboro, UNCG alumna and stockbroker with Merrill Lynch.

Dr. Richard Groat of Greensboro, pathologist in private practice.

David McCombs of Greensboro, executive vice president of Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital.

Pat McLean of Greensboro, retired nurse recruiter with Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital.

Tom Cone of Greensboro, attorney with Turner, Enochs and Sparrow.

Alan Cone of Greensboro, president of Tareyton Corp.

John A. Schrull of Greensboro, president of Wesley Long Community Hospital.

Jeffrey Miller of High Point, president of High Point Regional Hospital.

Dr. William Stillerman of Winston-Salem, president of Baptist Retirement Homes.

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