Gail S. Kirkham is a registered nurse having graduated with an Associate’s degree in 1983. She then graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing in 2005 and magna cum laude with a Masters of Nursing Administration in 2011 from Weber State University.
Ms. Kirkham began her career at American Fork Hospital, then transferred to the University of Utah and managed the dialysis unit located in Provo. She worked in the Emergency room at Orem community hospital briefly before moving to St. George, Utah. At Dixie Regional Medical Center, where she was employed for 23 years, she worked in the Intensive Care unit and was instrumental in opening the Cardiac Cath program and the outpatient cardiac/endoscopy patient care units. She was then invited to be the project manager over the implementation of the electronic medical record for the region. During her tenure at Dixie Regional Medical Center, she also served as a Nursing consultant in the outpatient IV therapy and wound clinic as well as assisted in the development and opening of the Hyperbaric chamber. In addition to her work at the hospital, Ms. Kirkham also worked as a Clinical Instructor for Dixie State College nursing program.
Ms. Kirkham has been interested in the risk and legal world for many years and is excited to bring her skills and knowledge to the firm.