LSU Chooses Vet Tech To Head Nursing At Hospital

Lee Ann Eddleman promoted to director of nursing at the school’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital.



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The Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine in April promoted veterinary technician Lee Ann Eddleman to director of nursing at the school’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital.

Eddleman joined the school as a veterinary technician in 1997 and went on to serve as supervisor of the Small Animal intensive Care Unit. She received the school’s Technical Management Award in 2005 for her technical service.

All veterinary technicians and technician supervisors at the school’s teaching hospital now report to Eddleman, who will report to the hospital director.

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