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Bernadine Marie Malinoski
School of Nursing

Bernadine Marie Malinoski, M.P.H., R.N., Instructor in Nursing (Public Health Nursing)

Diploma, Thomas Jefferson Medical College Hospital School of Nursing, Philadelphia, 1948; B.S.N., Boston College, 1955; M.P.H., University of North Carolina, 1963.

Psychiatric staff nurse, U.S. Veterans Administration Hospital, Coatesville, Pennsylvania; lieutenant, United States Air Force Nurse Corps, 1952; major, United States Air Force Reserve; public health nurse, Wayne County Health Department, Eloise, Michigan; supervisor of public health nursing and administrator of the health center for Delaware County, Pennsylvania; instructor in nursing (Public Health Nursing), University of Michigan School of Nursing, 1965-1966; instructor in public health nursing, Pennsylvania State University, 1966-1967; public health nursing specialist and assistant director of education, Community Nursing Services, Philadelphia, about nine years; director of nursing, Frederick County Health Department, Frederick, Maryland, 1977-1991.

Malinoski served as chairwoman of the Maryland Council of Community Health Nursing Directors and president of ZONTA International. She was a member of the American Public Health Association and the American Nurses Association and earned certification from the American Nursing Association as an advanced nursing administrator.

A native of Pennsylvania, Bernadine Marie Malinoski graduated from J. W. Cooper High School, Shenandoah in 1944. She retired from nursing in 1991.