Title: Nurse, Office Administrator
Location: Houston, Texas, United States
Denise Montgomery, nurse and office administrator, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Nurses for dedication, achievements, and leadership in medical care.
A registered nurse who has been distinguished for her outstanding work over the last four decades, Mrs. Montgomery possesses a skillset that blends technique, medical acumen and compassion. She first became interested in the medical field when she was 14 years old. She was a candy striper for a local hospital where she volunteered several times per week. It was during these experiences that she learned the magnitude of the important role nurses play in the care of patients in both emergency situations and non-life-threatening situations. From then on, she knew that her career path would take her to where she is today.
To prepare for her career, Mrs. Montgomery earned an associate degree in nursing from San Jacinto College in 1971 and became a registered nurse in the state of Texas. Her first role was as a charge nurse at Aarons Women’s Clinic in Houston, TX. Thereafter, she became a research assistant for the department of obstetrics-gynecology at Baylor College of Medicine for five years while also serving the university hospital as its nursing supervisor and coordinator for the population control program. Today, Mrs. Montgomery finds success as an office manager and supervisor for the private practice of Dr. J.S. Montgomery III. She has worked in this capacity since 1987 during which time she has developed a second expertise in administration. Mrs. Montgomery demonstrates a dynamic skillset managing all the details of running an office.
The highlight of Mrs. Montgomery’s career was working on research for Dr. Alfred Pointdexter early on in her tenure. He needed a registered nurse to run his clinic, which she did with ease and a professional finesse that other nurses at her experience level had not yet developed. The research centered around a new drug that was emerging in the medical field. Two of the residents wrote a paper on their findings and were selected to present their work in Vienna, Austria. A great point of pride for Mrs. Montgomery is that she was able to impact the clinic that produced such globally recognized research. Considered an expert in her own right in the nursing field, Mrs. Montgomery has contributed to professional journals throughout the years and received numerous research grants. In recognition of her professional excellence, she was the recipient of a Distinguished Public Service Award from the American Heart Association. In addition, she was featured on multiple occasions in Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in American Nursing, Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare, Who’s Who in the South and Southwest, Who’s Who in the World and Who’s Who of American Women.
As she looks ahead to the future, Mrs. Montgomery’s ambitions are much like the goals she has maintained throughout her career. She plans to continue providing the best possible care to her patients in the years to come.
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