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Gary Scott Wolfe

Gary Scott Wolfe, American human services manager.

Background

  • Wolfe, Gary Scott was born on October 15, 1944 in Portland, Oregon, United States. Son of John William and Evelyn (Loe) Wolfe.

  • Education

    • Student, University Oregon, 1965. Diploma, University Southern California School Nursing, 1969.

    Career

    • Director ambulatory care San Pedro (California) Peninsula Hospital. Director nursing services Culver West Convalescent Hospital, Los Angeles. Manager medical case management Cost Care, Inc., Huntington Beach, California.

      Manager case management services Pacific Review Services, Cypress. Chairperson supervisor committee Medical Center Federal Credit Union. Chairperson board directors San Gabriel Valley Area Health Education Center.

      Board directors Interagy. Council on Library. Resources for Nursing. Chairperson Health Manpower Council of Northeastern California, 1976, vice-chairperson, 1975-1976, board directors.

      Member nursing administrative council Shasta Tehama Counties, 1975-1976, California Council on Children and Youth, 1968-1969.

    Membership

    Board directors Community Cancer Control, Los Angeles, American Cancer Society North Unit, 1974-1976, vice-chairperson, 1975-1976, Shasta County United Crusade, 1974-1975. Member select committee on health California State Senate 28th District With United States Army, 1962-1965. Member American Nurses Association (certified), California Nurses Association (chairperson government relations commission), National Association Directors of Nursing in Long Term Care (national chair legislation committee), Student Nurses Association California (life), Northern California Health Facilities Personnel Management Association (president 1975-1976), American Hospital Association (advisory panel ambulatory care), Nurses Alumni Association (president).

    Connections

    • father: John William Wolfe
    • mother: Evelyn (Loe) Wolfe
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    Born October 15, 1944
    (age 73)
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