Angela Booker graduated from the University of Central Florida in 1992 with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and worked as an Environmental Scientist then Environmental Manager for the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. Ms. Booker received her Florida RN license in 2000 and worked in the medical surgical unit followed by the progressive care unit at Florida Hospital. In 2005, Ms. Booker relocated to Idaho and began working at Teton Valley Health as a registered nurse in the acute care and emergency departments.
In 2009, Ms. Booker was promoted to Director of Nursing Services, also performing discharge planning and case management duties. In 2010, she assumed the duties of administrative lead for the Driggs and Victor Health Clinics, followed by the laboratory, pharmacy, and medical imaging departments. In 2013, Ms. Booker’s title was changed to Chief Nursing Officer and she continues in that role today. Ms. Booker is an avid supporter of patient care transitions and served on the SE Idaho Care Transitions Coalition with the QIO Organization, Qualis Health from 2012 through 2015, serving as Co-Chair from 2014-2015. During her tenure in the coalition, a standardized Universal Transfer Form was created and used for all interfacility patient transfers within the six-member hospitals.