Diane Jedlicka Becomes Chair of Nursing Division

Dr. Diane Jedlicka comes to Notre Dame College from Otterbein College where she held the positions of professor and program director of adult health care. In addition to teaching, she has significant experience as a staff nurse, flight nurse and outreach educator in Columbus, Ohio. The civic-minded Jedlicka has been a volunteer disaster nurse with the American Red Cross where she helped victims of the 1974 Xenia tornado and the infamous Blizzard of ‘78.

Diane’s love for things international takes her to India periodically as a volunteer with the Christian Medical College and Hospital. The two to six week programs help alleviate the severe nursing shortage in that country. She has also traveled to Russia, and in 2004 aided victims of the Indian Ocean tsunami. At home she has enjoyed her role as volunteer host family for international exchange programs in Columbus.

The very accomplished Jedlicka is also skilled in the intricate Japanese art of origami which she learned from a high school classmate. Her love of the art has grown over the years, along with her expertise. Her works have even won ribbons at the Cuyahoga County and Ohio State Fairs.

Jedlicka earned her nursing diploma at St. Vincent Charity Hospital School of Nursing, and her B.S.N., M.S., and Ph.D. at the Ohio State University. She holds memberships in numerous professional organizations and volunteer activities.

Jedlicka has three adult children and resides in Olmsted Falls, Ohio with her husband, Ron.

E.g., 06/23/19
E.g., 06/23/19