Dr. June Patricia Eastmond-Robinson

Title: Nursing Educator
Location: Orlando, Florida, United States

Dr. June Patricia Eastmond-Robinson, Nursing Educator, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Nurses for dedication, achievements, and leadership in nursing education.

Drawing upon several decades of nursing experience, Dr. Eastmond-Robinson takes great pride in her role as an educator. She is perhaps best known for her focus on rehabilitation nursing and pediatric nursing. Most recently, Dr. Eastmond-Robinson served as a part-time clinical instructor with the University of Central Florida, part-time staff member with the Port St. Lucie Nursing and Restorative Care Center, and retired after 21 years with the Indian River State College nursing program. Her current endeavors include volunteering with the Central Florida Black Nurses Association as a corresponding secretary. She also volunteers with Orange County public schools in the ”Read 2 Succeed” Program, reading with first-grade at-risk students. She also presents classes on health education – diabetes, hypertension and nutrition – in the community.

A respected voice in the medical community, Dr. Eastmond-Robinson has been credited as a co-author of “Nursing Assistant Fundamentals,” which was published in 1998. In addition to being recognized as a Registered Nurse through the Florida Board of Nursing, she also holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from New York University, Master of Science in community health from Long Island University Brooklyn and Doctor of Education from Florida Atlantic University. Dr. Eastmond-Robinson has been certified in healing touch through the Healing Touch Wellness & Injury Center.

In recognition of her contributions to health care, Dr. Eastmond-Robinson was selected to receive a Gratitude Award from the Caribbean Nurses Association in 2000. She has been featured in a wide range of honors publications, including Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who of American Women, Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare, and Who’s Who in the World. Dr. Eastmond-Robinson considers one of the greatest highlights of her career to be when she was selected to be the Grandmaster Marshal for the graduation class of 1994 when she was working at Indian River State College as an associate professor of nursing.

Each week, Dr. Eastmond-Robinson holds spiritual meetings at her home and is involved with her Baha’i faith. She enjoys reading, exercising, spending time with her family, especially her three grandchildren, and serving as a board member for the Central Florida Black Nurses Association.

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