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Clyde Edwin Maxwell

Clyde Edwin Maxwell, American hospital administrator.

Background

  • Maxwell, Clyde Edwin was born on July 31, 1940 in Athens, Georgia, United States. Son of Clyde Edwin and Viva Kate (Cole) Maxwell.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, University Mississippi, 1962. Master of Health Administration, Baylor University, 1971.

    Career

    • Associate administrator United States Army General Hospital, Augusta, Georgia, 1971-1973. Administrator Computerized Ambulatory Triage System, Washington, 1973-1976, United States Army Health Services Command, San Antonio, 1976-1978, United States Army Hospital, Livorno, Italy, 1978-1981, United States Army Ambulatory Care Center, Atlanta, 1981-1984. President, chief executive officer South Fulton Hospital, East Point, Georgia, since 1985.

    Works

    • Author: Quick Reaction Hospital, 1981.

    Membership

    Board directors Jesse Draper Boys Club, East Point, 1987. Served to lieutenant colonel United States Army Mediterranean Shipping Company, 1964-1984. Fellow American College Healthcare Executives.

    Member Volunteer Hospital American Administrators Georgia (board directors), American Hospital Association, Georgia Hospital Association, Southcare Medical Alliance (board directors since 1985), Leukemia Society of America (board directors Georgia chapter since 1987). Clubs: Atlanta Airport (East Point, Georgia) (president 1984-1985). Lodges: Rotary.

    Personality

    Interests

    Deep sea fishing, golf, tennis, hunting, jogging.

    Connections

    • Married Nancy H. King, June 24, 1972. Children: Nancy Katheryne, Elizabeth Cole.
    • father: Clyde Edwin Maxwell
    • mother: Viva Kate (Cole) Maxwell
    • spouse: Nancy H. King
    • children: Nancy Katheryne Maxwell
    • Elizabeth Cole Maxwell
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    Born July 31, 1940
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