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Helen L. Heggeness
School of Nursing

Helen L. Heggeness, B.S., R.N., Instructor in Nursing (Pediatrics)

Diploma, Ancker Hospital School of Nursing, St. Paul, Minnesota; post-graduate course work, University of Minnesota.

Lieutenant, Army Nurse Corps, Camp Dodge, Johnston, Iowa during World War II; Instructor in Nursing (Pediatrics), University of Michigan School of Nursing, 1949-1950. Heggeness resigned from this position in August 1950 to become nursing supervisor in the new pediatrics department at Asbury Hospital, Minneapolis.