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Wayman Lee, RN, MSN/MBA, CCRN

Wayman Lee, RN, MSN/MBA, CCRN

Wayman Lee is the manager of the outpatient department/care management at Shriners Hospitals for Children — Boston. He received a Bachelor of Science in nursing from Northeastern University and an MSN/MBA from St. Joseph’s College of Maine.

Wayman previously served in the roles of staff nurse, acute care unit charge nurse, flyer RN and nurse manager of the surgical specialty unit. Wayman left the Boston Shriners Hospital for a brief 17 months and worked as an assistant nurse manager at Lahey Hospital and Medical Center in the float pool. He is very excited to embark on a completely new and different position and to expand his knowledge base in the outpatient world. Wayman’s certifications include: Advanced Burn Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support and Basic Cardiac Life Support.