- Tallahassee FL
- [email protected]
Deborah Congdon is a 2000 graduate of Russell Sage College located in Troy, NY. She graduated Magna Cum Laude with a bachelor's degree in nursing, minoring in Spanish. During her tenure at Russell Sage, Mrs. Congdon won several Kellas Scholar awards and was a recipient of the Bellevue Woman's Hospital Nursing Achievement Award. In 2002 Deborah Congdon and her family relocated to Florida where she successfully obtained her Florida licensure and became a member of the Florida Air National Guard. In December 2010, Deborah graduated Cum Laude from Florida State University with her Masters in Nursing and certification as a family nurse practitioner. Mrs. Congdon has worked in a variety of clinical settings to include medical-surgical, labor and deliver and neurosurgery. She has retained tenure as an adjunct professor at both Tallahassee Community College and Florida State University. Deborah Congdon has instructed students in a multitude of clinical areas to include rehabilitation, medical-surgical and skills lab. She currently works in outpatient surgery at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital. In addition to her work in health care and civilian sector, Deborah Congdon has served in the military for over 20 years, has deployed to Balad, Iraq in defense of campaign Operation Iraqi Freedom and remains actively involved in the local community. She volunteers at her church and is an active classroom mom at Killearn Lakes Elementary School. Deborah is an avid runner who completed her first marathon in February 2009 and contributes to fundraisers by running races throughout the state of Florida.