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Ana Isabel Anderson-Imbert

Ana Isabel Anderson-Imbert, Argentinian rheumatologist, health care facility administrator. Diplomate American Board Internal Medicine. Recipient fellow Cornell University, 1970-1971, University California Medical School fellow, 1971-1972. Member American College of Physicians, American Rheumation Association.

Background

  • Anderson-Imbert, Ana Isabel was born on August 21, 1940 in Buenos Aires. Daughter of Enrique and Margot (Di Clerico) Anderson Imbert.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, University Michigan, 1960. Master of Science, University Michigan, 1963. Doctor of Medicine, University Michigan, 1968.

    Career

    • Resident Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, 1969-1970. Rheumatologist Permanente Medical Group Kaiser, Hayward, California, since 1973. Assistant chief medicine Kaiser-Permanente Medical Center, 1976-1979, chief medicine Fremont, 1979-1986, chief legal medicine, 1983-1986, assistant physician in charge, 1986-1987, physician in charge, since 1987.

      Assistant physician-in-chief Kaiser Hayward Medical Center, 1988-1996, physician-in-chief, 1996. Appointed to the Medical Board of California, 1993, president division of faculty, 1996.

    Major achievements

    • Diplomate American Board Internal Medicine.

    Membership

    Member American College of Physicians, American Rheumation Association.

    Connections

    • Married Jack Joseph Himelbau, May 30, 1965 (divorced 1988). Children: Robert, Vanessa.
    • father: Enrique Imbert
    • mother: Margot (Di Clerico) Anderson Imbert
    • spouse: Jack Joseph Himelbau
    • children: Robert Anderson-Imbert
    • Vanessa Anderson-Imbert
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    Born August 21, 1940
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