Sonya Moreau, MSN, RN

Lecturer III

Originally a diploma graduate from Hurley School of Nursing, graduating in December of 1982, Ms. Moreau also holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Ferris State University as well as a Master of Science in Nursing from Saginaw Valley State University.  Ms. Moreau’s graduate work investigated nurse’s perceptions of the image of nursing, and how this may relate to job performance and satisfaction.

Ms. Moreau brings more than 30 years of nursing experience in the care of the seriously ill adult, trauma case management, informatics, nurse management and administration.  Throughout her career at Hurley Medical Center, Ms. Moreau was known for her inter-professional collaboration, specifically related to Information Technology, contract negotiation in the acquisition of capital equipment, and      program development.  In all these endeavors, her commitment to evidence-based practice, patient safety, and to the bedside nurse, have been the driver for decision making. 

These areas of interest and expertise bring real life substance to NUR 407, Nursing Issues and Trends; as well as depth to the clinical rotations within NUR 320 and 340 that she facilitates. 

Ms. Moreau has long standing ties to this community and to Hurley Medical Center, where she worked 28 years prior to retiring in 2010.