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DORA ADOMíS 70 YEAR JOURNEY

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DORA ADOMíS 70 YEAR JOURNEY


DoraĎs seventy year journey saw her through  Wesley Girls High School in Cape Coast, Ghana to Nursing and Midwifery schools in the United Kingdom and on to New York where she completed undergraduate studies at Mercy College and graduate studies at New York University.


Dora enjoyed a successful career in nursing, starting as a Staff Nurse at Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx, New York from 1968 to 2005, and rising all the way up the ranks to Director of Nursing.

 
On weekends and holidays, she also filled in as the Hospital Administrator, at the same institution, in an effort to gain working experience while majoring  in a Hospital Administration degree course at graduate school.


Dora co-authored and published articles in the Nursing Outlook Magazine, in 1982 and The Journal of Nursing Administration, in 2001. She, along with her team, did a presentation at the American Organization of Nurse Executive 33rd Annual Meeting and Expo in Nashville, TN in 2000.


Dora, now 70,  ended her career as Director of Case Management at Phelps Memorial Hospital, from 2005 to 2008, in Sleepy Hollow, New York. She is enjoying a well deserved retirement in Magnolia, Delaware with her husband Edward Adom, who she came to marry in New York in 1968.

 
Dora and Eddie have a son, Stephen, a daughter,  Alice. and a grandson Donovan Joseph (DJ).    Both offspring   and grandson still reside in New York.


"Congratulations and may you enjoy a long, healthy and happy life, Dora" say friends, family and well-wishers.

 

 

Edward Adom

September 10, 2013


 

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