UF faculty member named one of the Great 100 Nurses of Northeast Florida
Jane Gannon, M.S.N., C.N.M., a clinical assistant professor on the UF Health Science Center's Jacksonville campus
A University of Florida College of Nursing faculty member has been named one of Northeast Florida's 2007 Great 100 Nurses.
Jane Gannon, M.S.N., C.N.M., a clinical assistant professor on the UF Health Science Center's Jacksonville campus, was honored at a ceremony held during National Nurses Week.
The Great 100 Nurses of Northeast Florida Inc. is a volunteer group of professional nurses that provides funding for nursing scholarships, contributes dollars for research studies to improve patient care and recognizes outstanding nurses and their successes.
Great 100 Nurses of Northeast Florida honorees are selected based on their professional contributions and how well these contributions are known and recognized in the community.
Gannon is a certified nurse midwife and teaches several graduate courses, including advanced health assessment and primary care for advanced practice nurses. She also teaches undergraduate nursing students during their practicum in maternity care.
Gannon is currently practicing at Shands Jacksonville in the Care Center for Women and in the labor and delivery units. She is an active member of the American College of Nurse-Midwives and the American Public Health Association.