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Allison G. Leak

Allison G. Leak, American Health science facility administrator, nurse Certified advanced nurse administrator. Johnson & Johnson fellow University of Pennsylvania, 1987.


  • Leak, Allison G. was born on December 5, 1938 in Roseville, California, United States. Daughter of Phillip Henry and Perle (Saugstad) Leak.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Chico State College, 1960;Master of Science in Nursing Administration, Medical Surgical Nursing, University of California, 1964.


    • Float nurse, Kaiser Hospital, San Francisco, 1960-1961;rotating relief supervisor, Kaiser Hospital, San Francisco, 1962;head nurse in surgical Intensive Care Unit, Kaiser Hospital, San Francisco, 1962-1963;instructor, lecturer, University of California, San Francisco, 1964-1971;director nursing educational program, California Nurses' Association, San Francisco, 1971-1975;lecturer, University of California, San Francisco, 1975-1976;assistant director nursing administration, Holy Cross Hospital, Salt Lake City, 1976-1981;associate administrator nursing administration, Shadyside Hospital, Pittsburgh, 1981-1984;vice president nursing administration, Shadyside Hospital, Pittsburgh, 1984-1985;vice president patient care services, West Penn Hospital, Pittsburgh, 1985-1987;senior vice president, West Penn Hospital, Pittsburgh, 1987-1988;adjunct assistant professor, U. Pittsburgh, 1984-1990;assistant professor, U. Pittsburgh, since 1990. Adjunct assistant professor of University Utah, Salt Lake City, 1977-1981.


    Participant Leadership Pittsburgh, 1988, Wharton/Johnson & Johnson. Member American Nurses Asnn., Association for Better Health (charter), National League for Nursing, Forum for Hospital Nurse Administrators, American Organization Nurse Executives, Pennsylvania Organization Nurse Executives, Sigma Theta Tau-Alpha Eta, Sigma Theta Tau-Gamma Rho, Sigma Theta Tau-Eta. Clubs: Zonta.



    Avocations: swimming, reading, hiking, gardening, tropical fish.

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    Born December 5, 1938