CAPT Teresa Alamo Englund

Teresa Alamo Englund

Teresa Alamo Englund was born in Caguas, Puerto Rico. She earned her nursing Diploma from Puerto Rico Medical Center School of Nursing: a bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Marymount Manhattan College: NY and a Master's degree in Administration of Higher Education and Human Development from George Washington University at Washington DC. She also, completed a Post master's certificate in Nursing Administration from Villanova University, Graduated School of Nursing.

Mrs. Englund holds the rant of Captain in the United States Naval Reserve, Nurse Corps. CAPT Englund was commissioned as First Lieutenant in the Army Reserve, Nurse Corps in the Puerto Rico Army National Guard in 1989. While pursuing studies at Marymount Manhattan college, she affiliated to the Army Reserve at United States Military Academy West Point, serving as a surgical nurse. Upon completion of the academic degree in Marymount and exploring opportunities in the Unites, she transferred to the active United States Navy as a Lieutenant Junior Grade in 1981. Her first active duty assignment was at the Naval National Medical Center, Bethesda, Maryland.

In 1986, she was transferred to the Unites State Academy, Annapolis Maryland and worked in a variety of roles including Charge Nurse for the Midshipmen Brigade at Bancroft Hall. Upon resignation of the active duty assignment in 1990, she transferred to the Naval Reserve, drilling at National Medical Center Bethesda, Maryland.

Her reserve assignments include a variety of clinical and leadership/administrative positions including, Assistant Officer in Charge (AOIC), Department Head and Division Officer. Currently she remains active drilling reservist for the Nr, NNMC Bethesda, Detachment P.

Her military decorations include three Navy Commendation Medals, the Navy and Marine Achievement Medal, three Naval reserve Meritorious Service Medals, National Defense service Medal (2 awards), the Armed forces Reserve Medal, and Campaign Awards.

In October 1990, Mrs. Englund returned to civilian life, and in October 1991 she was hired by Kaiser Permanente as a Clinic Coordinator for the Pediatrics department at Landover Center, which moved to a new facility named Largo Medical Center in 1995. In the new center, she assumed the management of a large Internal Medicine Department and two medical specialties (Endocrinology and Infectious Diseases).

In 2002, she was promoted to Practice in the city of Annapolis. Currently, she is managing a large Internal Medicine Department at North Capitol Medical Center, Washington DC.

She is married to Terry L. Englund and has two children; Carla Elizabeth and Alexandra Marie They reside in Annapolis, MD

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