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Transcript of interview with Jean (Maltrotti) Rambo by Dr. Margaret Louis and Maureen Madison-Kane






On February 18th, 2005, Dr. Margaret Louis and Maureen Madison-Kane interviewed Jean (Maltrotti) Rambo (born in Rutherford, North Carolina) in her home in Carlsbad, California. The interview covers healthcare in Southern Nevada. During the interview, Rambo discusses the difficulty of raising funds for mental health. She also talks about her career in nursing; she was a cadet nurse, and the nurse matron in a local jail in Las Vegas. She was also director, associate director for nursing education at Southern Nevada Memorial Hospital. She discusses nurses as administrators in Nevada and her posts as chairman of the bylaws committee and executive director of the Nevada Nurses Association.

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Jean Rambo oral history interview, 2005 February 18. OH-02505. [Transcript] Oral History Research Center, Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Las Vegas, Nevada.


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