Maureen Durkin, RN

Director of Nursing
May Center School for Autism and Developmental Disabilities Educational Services
Randolph, Mass.

Maureen Durkin has been with May Institute since July 2010, when she was hired as the Director of Nursing for the May Center School for Autism and Developmental Disabilities in Randolph. Recently, she took on the additional role as Director of Nursing for our Educational Services division as well.
A kind and compassionate professional who genuinely cares for our students and staff, Maureen has an amazing ability to organize systems and people to ensure that each student receives excellent clinical care. She has truly developed and strengthened the children’s nursing services through her talents and initiatives.
She is committed to the May and to training new graduates and nursing students in order to build a new cohort of qualified school nurses. She is willing to help out wherever she is needed, and often works with other departments to advance the Nursing Department in Randolph.
Maureen is someone you can count on. She works hard, leads by example, and always supports and encourages her colleagues.
“Nurses dispense comfort, compassion, and caring without even a prescription.”* That’s Maureen, and we salute her during Nurses’ Week 2015.
(*Quote from Val Saintsbury)
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