Joyce Riley, R.N., BSN
Spokesperson, American Gulf War Veterans Association
Ms. Riley is a graduate of the University of Kansas with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Her nursing career includes clinical positions of Staff Nurse, Patient Care Systems Analyst, Utilization Review, Nursing Instructor and Director of Nursing of an acute care hospital, long term care facility and home care agency. Her areas of nursing specialty are nursing administration, medical-surgical nursing and organ transplantation. She has presented at the National Institutes of Health, medical legal conferences such as the American Trail Lawyers Association, was host of her own radio talk show "Nurse Talk Radio-The Truth in Health Care", and has guested on over 1500 radio and television shows, including Art Bell, Chuck Harder and Michael Reagan.
While employed at Bexar Count Hospital, San Antonio, Ms. Riley became involved in nursing medical malpractice issues after learning that Nurse Genene Jones was responsible for deaths of many babies in the well publicized "Baby Death" case. She has served as consultant and testifying expert for both plaintiff and defense medical malpractice cases for the last ten years.
Ms. Riley served as a Captain in the United States Air Force and flew on C-130 missions in support of Operation Desert Storm. She now serves as spokesperson for the American Gulf War Veterans Association who's purpose is to provide education and information for the Gulf War veterans and their families and to seek treatment for the illnesses that thousands of Gulf War veterans now suffer from.
Ms. Riley now resides in Versailles, Mo. where she is Host of The Power Hour, a three-hour syndicated radio broadcast Monday through Friday, 7-10 AM CST. Listen Live at http://www.GCNLive.com or http://www.ThePowerHour.com or SHORTWAVE FREQUENCY ARE: 7.490 & 13.845
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Gulf War Vets Home Page.