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Richard Earl Grant

Richard Earl Grant was American medical and legal consultant. Certified disability management specialist; certified case manager. Grantee National Institute of Mental Health, University Washington, 1961; named one of top Hopi Scholars, Hopi Tribe, Second Mesa, Arizona, 1981.


  • Grant, Richard Earl was born on August 27, 1935 in Spokane, Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Son of Conrad Morrison and Sylva Celeste (Sims) Grant.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science cum laude, University Washington, 1961. Master of Education, Whitworth College, 1974. Doctor of Philosophy, Washington State University, 1980.


    • Supervisor nursing Providence Hospital, Seattle, 1970-1972. Assistant professor nursing Washington State University, Spokane, 1972-1978. Director nursing Winslow (Arizona) Memorial Hospital, 1978-1979.

      Administrator psychiatric nursing Arizona State Hospital, Phoenix, 1979-1980. Assistant professor Arizona State University, Tempe, 1980-1983. Associate professor Linfield College, Portland, Oregon, 1983-1986, Intercollegiate Center for Nursing Education, Spokane, 1986-1988.

      Senior medical care coordinator Fortis Corporation, 1988-1992. Medical services consultant CorVel Corporation, 1992-1994. Owner Richard Grant & Associate, 1995-1999.

      Medical, vocational case manager Genex Services, Seattle, 1999—2003. Retired, 2003; consultant Assurance Case Management, 2004—2005. Medical care consultant Alaska National Insurance Company, 2005—2008.

      Consultant Arizona State Hospital, 1980-1982, President's Commission, Washington, 1981-1983, University Northern Colorado, Greely, 1985-1986, Assurance Case Management, 2004-2005. Area medical services consultant, 1992-2007. Retired 2008.

    Major achievements

    • Certified disability management specialist. Certified case manager.


    • Author: The God-Man-God Book, 1976, Publications of the Membership (Conaa), 1983, 4th review edition, 1988, Predetermined Careplan Handbook-Nursing, 1988, Duhikya: The Hopi Healer, 1996. Contributor articles to professional journals.


    Judge Student Space Shuttle Project, Portland, 1983, Northwest Science Expo, Portland, 1983. With United States Army, 1953-1956. Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, National League for Nursing, Washington League for Nursing (vice president 1988-1990), Council on Nursing and Anthropology (editor 1982-1990), New York Academy of Sciences, Case Management Society of America, Sigma Theta Tau.



    Painting, scuba diving.


    • Married Susan Kimberly Hawkins, March 17, 1979. Children: Paaqua A., Camber Do'otsie O.
    • father: Conrad Morrison Grant
    • mother: Sylva Celeste (Sims) Grant
    • spouse: Susan Kimberly Hawkins
    • children: Paaqua A. Grant
    • Camber Do'otsie O. Grant
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    Born August 27, 1935