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Gary L. Veale, RN, BSN, MSN/Ed, attended Grossmont College in El Cajun, California, and was awarded his Associate degree in Nursing in 1979. His credentials include his Bachelor degree of Science in Nursing (2011) and his Master degree of Science in Nursing with a focus on Nursing Education from Chamberlain College of Nursing (2013). Gary remains at the forefront of his challenging field via memberships and affiliations with prestigious professional societies and associations, such as the American Nurses Association, the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, and the National League for Nursing. As a result of his outstanding performance in the field of nursing, The International Nurses Association (INA) has selected Gary L. Veale, RN, BSN, MSN/Ed, to be featured in the premier publication of The Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare. His personal and professional experiences have enriched her nursing practice, inviting compassionate, empathetic care. He feels that his success is attributable primarily to having always enjoyed caring for his patients. “I love the nursing profession and am passionate about safe, quality, evidenced-based patient care. I had to give up patient care after obtaining significant damage to both of my rotator-cuffs. I presently facilitate the education of future nurses at California State University San Marcos, both in the clinical arena and in theory”, Gary says. “I became enamored with patient care when I was a medical corpsman in the US Army for a little over 3 years. After my discharge, I made the decision to stay in health care and went to college to get a nursing degree”, states Gary about what made him choose a career in nursing. He dedicates his spare time to playing golf, reading science fiction and nursing publications, and bicycling. For more information about Gary L. Veale, RN, BSN, MSN/Ed, please visit


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