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Lucile Gamble
School of Nursing

Lucile Gamble, R.N., B.S., Instructing Supervisor.

Diploma, Illinois Training School for Nurses, Cook County Hospital, Chicago, 1920; Life Certificate, Michigan State Normal College, Ypsilanti, Michigan, 1922; B.S., Public Health Nursing, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York City, 1927; three months’ affiliation course in public health nursing, Chicago School of Civics and Philanthropy, 1919.

Teacher of third grade, Public Schools, Hankton, South Dakota, 1912-1915; Teacher of sixth grade, Public Schools, Elkhart, Indiana, 1915-1917; County Nurse, American Red Cross, Flint, Michigan, 1920-1922; School Nurse, Board of Education, Alpena, Michigan, 1922-1924; Generalized Staff Nurse, East Harlem Nursing and Health Demonstration and Resident of Henry Street Settlement, New York City, 1924-1925; Infirmary Nurse and College Physician’s Assistant, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1925; Teaching Supervisor, Detroit Visiting Nurse Association, Detroit, Michigan, 1927-1928; Director of Health Clinics, Board of Education, Hamtramck, Michigan, 1928-1934; Instructing Supervisor, Outpatient Department, University of Michigan Hospital, September, 1934-1937.