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Sandra Bratton Mayo

Sandra Bratton Mayo, American health system specialist.


  • Mayo, Sandra Bratton was born on July 11, 1941 in Normal, Illinois, United States. Daughter of George Burton and Margretta Mae Constance (Pierce) Bratton.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Simmons College, 1963. Master of Education, Georgia State University, 1972. Doctor of Education, The American University, 1978.


    • Assistant director medical records department Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, 1963-1964, Emory University Hospital, Atlanta, 1964-1970. Consultant medical records administration Asbury Methodist Village, Gaithersburg, Maryland, 1973-1975. Director medical record administration division Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, 1982-1988.

      From head medical records branch to health system specialist Navy Bureau Medicine & Surgery Office of Navy Surgeon General, since 1988. Advisory board Prince George's Community College, Largo, Maryland, since 1984, George Washington University, 1984-1990, Montgomery College, Tacoma Park, Maryland, 1987-1990.


    Science task force Montgomery Public Schools, Rockville, Maryland, 1987. Vice president council for Black Catholics Washington Archdiocese, 1982-1983. Member American College Healthcare Executives (diplomate), National Association Healthcare Quality, American Health Information Management Association (delegate 1983-1984, ethics committee 1994-1995), District of Columbia Health Information Management Association (president 1983-1984), Greater Atlanta Health Information Management Association (president 1967-1968), Phi Delta Kappa.



    Walking, aerobics, music, theater, travel.


    • Married James Wellington Mayo, July 20, 1963. Children: Joanna, Janell, Jamila.
    • father: George Burton Bratton
    • mother: Margretta Mae Constance (Pierce) Bratton
    • spouse: James Wellington Mayo
    • children: Joanna Mayo
    • Janell Mayo
    • Jamila Mayo
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    Born July 11, 1941