"Leadership is paramount to my profession and it is integral to my professional success today and tomorrow. I am a professional who strive everyday to do what is RIGHT, GOOD and BEST for the people I served. I was born to save, to serve and, to provide the best quality care an human being is entitled to." - Greggy Lubin -
Greggy Lubin was born into a Christian family. His father, a successful accountant, and his mother, a passionate secretary, have contributed to his success and were the cornerstone of his accomplishments. He has a great interest in research and teaching and has become recognized as a leader. He is a proud member of the International Association of Nurses through the Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare. The ultimate goal of Mr. Lubin is to get Haiti its first non-profit Wound Care Center where the less fortunate can get the best quality care that they are entitled to.
He graduated from Petit Séminaire College St Martial and had received his high school diploma in Haiti. From 2001 to 2004, majoring in Business Management, he attended INUQUA, a University in the state of Port-au-Prince.
After an endless political shakedown in his native country, he decided to come to the United States to study and work in a field that he can be helpful to the hopeless.
He graduated from Lindsey Hopkins Educational Centre in Miami, Florida and become a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN). He has been working as a geriatric nurse in nursing homes and as a contracted nurse in some detention centers. As a visiting nurse (Home Health Nurse), he has been working with diabetic, orthopedic, surgical and pressure ulcer patients.
He graduated from Miami Dade College Nursing School in Florida and received his Associate of Science Degree in Nursing. In November of that same year, he attended classes at the Wound Care Education Institute (WCEI) at Fort-Lauderdale, Florida, and became a Wound Care Certified by the NAWCO, and obtained his WCC® credential.
GREGGY LUBIN has been selected as an Honoured Member of the Covington Who's Who Executive and Professional Registry. Mr Lubin has acquired the status of Diplomate of the American Professional Wound Care Association and has demonstrated proficiency in his field.
He has received a Diploma as HIT Clinician/Practitioner Consultant and Implementation Manager at Broward College, at Davie, Florida. He has received a bachelor’s in nursing (BSN) at the Florida Atlantic University (FAU), the Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing of that same year. He continued to demonstrate his interest in helping people and their family, by enrolling in the master’s program at South University to become a Nurse Administrator.
As a Commissioned Officer (2nd Lieutenant) at the U.S. Army Nurse Corps, he is passionate to provide the best quality care for those who fought for us along with their family members. Also, he became an Ambulatory Care Board Certified nurse through the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) and received the RN-BC credential.
Mr. Lubin has received his Masters's degree in Nursing Administration (MSN) at South University and is well prepared to provide the highest nursing care to his civilian and military patients. He has been promoted as a 1st Lieutenant (1LT) at the United States Army Reserve and continued to serve as a Medical Surgery Nurse and a Platoon Leader.
He has been military deployed in Kuwait and Afghanistan; served respectively as a Medical-Surgical Nurse, Emergency Nurse and a Medical Operations Officer.
Mr. Lubin had decided to transfer from Miami VA Hospital (Florida) to Richmond VA Hospital (Virginia) where he continued to work as a Wound CAre Specialist.
Mr Lubin has been promoted CAPTAIN at the United States Army Reserve and worked as his unit S3, Training Operations Officer in Charge (OIC).
Mr. Lubin has been appointed Commander of the 338th Headquarters and Headquarters Medical Brigade in the U.S. Army.