Margaret Andrews Fournier, PhD, MSN, MHA, BSN, RN
Dr. Margaret Andrews Fournier has been a clinical nurse for over 46 years. Dr. Fournier’s greatest area of specialization is in the medical-surgical field with specialization in telemetry, orthopedics, home health and hospice care. She served as Director of Nursing for 1 year as well as served as a clinical case manager for a hospice, home care organization. Dr. Fournier received her clinical experience in the Army Nurse Corps in 1988 with leadership positions first as Clinical Head Nurse and ending in 2011 as Chief Case Manager. She retired from the Army in 2011 with Honorable recognitions and many medals and ribbons. She is proud of being selected to assist the President of the United States (President Barack Obama) and Vice President (VP Joseph Biden) in the 57th Inaugural Ceremonies in January 2013. Dr. Fournier was selected based on her leadership, clinical skills, and many publications regarding wounded soldiers injured and killed in the Iraqi War.
Dr. Fournier has dedicated her life to helping the men and women who wear the uniform both past and present. Her leadership and management abilities are second- to-none. She has a PhD in Health Care Administration, master degrees in Nursing Administration, and Healthcare Administration. Dr. Fournier will bring her leadership skills, dedication, loyalty, and commitment for a lifetime relationship to the organization.