Lynae Place, BSN, MSN, MS
MAJ Place was commissioned into the Army in 2006. A graduate from Montana State University, Bozeman with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 2005 and a Master in Nurse Administration from Liberty University in 2018, Masters in Health Care Informatics.
MAJ Place was lead for implementation of MHS GENESIS at Irwin Army Community Hospital for over 1,200 users which included training, hands-on experience, and significant amount of project management with over 150 tasks including GO Live, information management instillation, onboarding division assets, user coordination. She has coordinated large scale events to include education event with over 250 families in attendance, over 15 military celebrations. Her skills include project management, educator, TeamStepps instructor, and yellow belt. Her previous units were successful in achieving zero finding in provision of care for Joint Commission and phase IV of Baby Friendly Health Initiative.
On her initial assignment, to 121st Combat Support Hospital in Yongsan, South Korea served as medical-surgical nurse on a multi-care unit. Following her tour in Pacific, MAJ Place was assigned Carl R. Darnell Army Medical Center, Pacific to 121st Combat Support Hospital in Yongsan, South Korea, and Vicenza Health Center, Italy where she served as a labor and delivery staff nurse. At Evan Army Community Hospital she was Head Nurse of Mother-Baby Unit and Chief of Maternal-Child Nursing. At Fort Riley she was the Chief of Nursing Informatics, Chief of Ready Medical Force and is currently the Chief of Ambulatory and Emergent Nursing Services.
MAJ Place, her husband, son, and daughter currently reside in Fort Riley, Kansas.