Posted: Sep 16, 2010 at 1:44 PM [Sep 16, 2010]
Barbara Campbell, a community advocate with a strong nursing background, and Norma Pryor McCuiston, former community project coordinator for the Ann Arbor Public Schools, have been named to the Board of Packard Health.
“The Packard Health Board is honored to have two such distinguished additions,” said Duane Newland, Packard Health Board Chair. “Both Barbara’s diverse nursing background and Norma’s experience with issues that affect school-age children; as well their broad community experience will help Packard Health in the coming year. We welcome their contributions to our mission to provide the best possible care for our community without regard to economic, cultural and social condition.”
Barbara Campbell has a Bachelors of Science in Nursing from Michigan State University and a Masters in Nursing from the University of Michigan. She has worked as a nurse for more than 30 years in a variety of capacities, including general and critical care nursing, nursing education at the University of Michigan School of Nursing, a nurse practitioner at the University of Michigan Student Health Service, and as a parish nurse at the First Presbyterian Church of Ann Arbor. Campbell has served on many boards, including the University of Michigan Hospital “Friends” Gift Shop, the Housing Bureau for Seniors, Glacier Hills Retirement Center and the Shelter Association of Washtenaw County. Campbell also served as treasurer for the Haiti Nursing Foundation. She is married to Darrell (Skip) Campbell and has two sons, Joseph and Kyle.
Norma Pryor McCuiston is a native of Nashville, TN and received a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Tennessee State University and a Masters Degree in Social Work from the University of Michigan. She recently retired after 24 years in the Ann Arbor Public Schools as the coordinator of Community Partnerships and Projects. She also has served in the department of Career Services at Eastern Michigan University as well as for the University of Michigan and Child and Family Services of Washtenaw County. McCuiston currently serves on the executive committee and as the chair of the Juneteenth Celebration and co-chair of the Tutorial Committee of the Ann Arbor NAACP. She is a member of the Washtenaw Community College Women’s Council and has served on the Ann Arbor Community Center Gala Celebration Committee, Perry Nursery School of Ann Arbor-Chair Fundraising Committee, Ann Arbor Hands-on-Museum-Board and several other boards. She is married to Frederick (Fred) McCuiston and has three children and five grandchildren.
Packard Health was founded in 1973 as the Packard Community Clinic. The current locations are open during business hours, many evenings and Saturday mornings. For more information, please call (734) 971-1073 or visit www. packardhealth.org.