Carolyn Ann Rogers
Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing, University of Texas School of Nursing 1993
Associate Degree Nursing, Galveston College 1977
Thirty-two years in clinical nursing, education, nursing supervision and management.
Areas include Diabetes Supervisor/Nurse Educator (Program Coordinator), Case Management,
Rehabilitation, Medical, Surgical, Pediatrics, Infection Control, Staff Development, Patient
Education (ostomy, diabetes) Wound Management, Synchromed® Implanted Infusion Pump.
LICENSURE State of Texas

Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE) – 2000 – current
Certified Rehabilitation Nurse (CRRN) – 1995 – 2000
February 2010 to present – Guardian Angel Home Health Services

Per-diem Staff RN – Home visits, Starts of Care, Recertification, Resumption of Care, Discharge Summary, Skilled Nurse visits, Case Conferences, Galveston County April 1998 to February 2010 – San Jacinto Methodist Hospital

Diabetes Nurse Educator April 1998 to March 2006; November 2009 to February 2010 Diabetes Supervisor/Nurse Educator March 2006-November 2009
April 1994 to April 1998 – The Institute for Rehabilitation and Research

Surgical Liaison Nurse Case Manager – January 1995 to April 1998 Staff Nurse Outpatient Clinic - April 1994 to January 1995 March 1988 to April 1994 - San Jacinto Methodist Hospital

Staff Nurse - Float Pool: July 1993 to April 1994 Director Surgical/Pediatrics: August 1992 to July 1993 Director Rehabilitation Nursing: December 1988 to August 1992 Staff Development Educator: March 1988 to December 1988 May 1987 to March 1988 - Alvin Community Hospital

Infection Control Nurse and Staff Development Educator: May 1987 to May 1988 Administrative Director of Nursing Care Services: Sept. 1987 to May 1988 July 1977 to May 1987 - Mainland Center Hospital

Inservice Instructor: August 1980 to May 1987

American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE). Vice President, Board Member, Baytown Council of American Diabetes Association – American Diabetes Association, Professional membership.

Managing Spasticity of Cerebral Origin: A Multidisciplinary Approach, August 1996, Providing Home Health Services to Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury, August 1996, Houston, Texas. Current Approaches to Management of Spasticity for Consumers, June and October 1997, Houston, Texas. Current Approaches to Treatment of Spasticity, Association of Rehabilitation Nurses, Southeast Texas Chapter, October 1997, Houston, Texas. Managing Spasticity: A Multidisciplinary Approach, June 1998, Orlando, Florida

Ivanhoe, C.B., Yablon, S.A., Simpson, R.K., Rogers, C., & Boake, C. (1996, October). Intrathecal baclofen infusion for treatment of spasticity due to acquired brain injury. Paper presented at the Annual Assembly of the American Academy of
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Chicago.
Guest Speaker, “Diabetes”, Licensed Vocational Nurse Program, Lee College, January, 2004 and 2005. 2008 Current Concepts in Management of Diabetes, Nursing Grand Rounds, San Jacinto Methodist Hospital, February 2008. (1 contact hour). Current Concepts in Management of Diabetes, Nursing Grand Rounds, San Jacinto Methodist Hospital, November, 1998. (1 contact hour). 2008 Inpatient Diabetes Management, co-facilitator for San Jacinto Methodist Hospital Competency Training for Inpatient Diabetes; co-developer of Self-Study Education Packet/Test; co-presenter of over 100 one-hour mandatory education Sessions/test for Resident Physicians, Nurses, Pharmacists, Dietitians, Patient 2008-2009 Inpatient Diabetes Management, presenter of above program ongoing for Hospital orientation monthly for competency training (as above). For all Nurses, Patient Care Attendants, Pharmacists, Dietitians. Voted “Most Innovative Nurse”, San Jacinto Methodist Hospital, Nurse Week Celebration, May 2009.

Patricia Fisher, BSN, RN
Relationship: Former CEO San Jacinto Methodist Hospital 3536 TriCity Beach Vice President Nursing San Jacinto Methodist Hospital 1271 FM 1011


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