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Aron S. Wolf

Aron S. Wolf, American healthcare consultant, psychiatrist. Diplomate American Board Psychiatry and Neurology, American Board Forensic Psychiatry; certified medical management Tulane University, 1999. Recipient Wendell-Muncie award Maryland Medical Society 1967.

Background

Wolf, Aron S. was born on August 25, 1937 in Newark.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Dartmouth College, 1959. Doctor of Medicine, University Maryland., 1963. Married; Intern, U. Maryland.

Hospital, Baltimore, 1963-1964. Resident in psychiatry Psychiatric Institute, U.Md. Hospital, Baltimore, 1964-1967, chief resident, 1966-1967.

Practice medicine specializing in psychiatry, Anchorage, 1967^. Director Springfield Hospital Alcoholic Clinic, Baltimore, 1966-1967. Psychiatric consultant Levindale Hebrew Home and Infirmary, Baltimore, 1966-1967, McLaughlin Yough Center, Anchorage, 1969-1972.

Member of staff Providence Hospital, chief psychiatry section, 1977-1981, 94. Member of staff Humana Hospital, Alaska, Kodiak Island Hospital, PalmerValley Hospital, Valdez Community Hospital, Bethel Community Hospital, Cordova Alaska Hospital. Member of staff Charter North Hospital, Executive Committee, 1984-1986.

Staff psychiatrist Langdon Psychiatric Clinic, 1970-1971. Partner Langdon Clinic, Anchorage, 1971^, clinic president, 1981-1995. Clinical professor U. New Mexico, 1991^.

Medical director Cordova Community Mental Health Center, 1976-1980, 84^, partner, director comprehensive substance dependence program Breakthrough, 1989. Associate administration Medical Affairs Providence Hospital, Anchorage, 1995. Consultant Alaska Native Medical Center, 1975-1977, Woman's Resource Center, Anchorage, 1977-1981.

Instructor department psychology U. Alaska, Anchorage, 1968-1975. Associate clinical professor psychiatry U. Alaska, Fairbanks, 1974-1985, clinical professor, 1985^. Associate clinical professor U.

Career

Intern University Maryland Hospital, Baltimore, 1963-1964. Resident in psychiatry Psychiatric Institute University Maryland Hospital, 1964-1967, chief resident, 1966-1967. Private practice specializing in administrative medicine and psychiatry Anchorage, since 1967.

Director Springfield Hospital Alcholic Clinic, Baltimore, 1966-1967. Psychiatric consultant Levindale Hebrew Home and Infirmary, Baltimore, 1966-1967, McLaughlin Youth Center, Anchorage, 1969-1972. Member staff Providence Hospital, chief psychiatry section, 1977-1981, 94.

Member staff Humana Hospital, Alaska, Kodiak Island Hospital, Palmer Valley Hospital, Valdez Community Hospital, Bethel Community Hospital, Cordova Alaska Hospital. Member staff Charter North Hospital, executive committee, 1984-1986. Staff psychiatrist Landon Psychiatric Clinic, 1970-1971.

Partner Langdon Clinic, Anchorage, 1971-1997, clinic president, 1981-1995. Clinical professor University New Mexico, since 1991. Medical director Cordova Community Mental Health Center, 1976-1980, 84—, partner, director comprehensive substance dependence program Breakthrough, 1989.

Associate administrator Medical Affairs Providence Hospital, Anchorage, 1995-2000. Rural administrator Providence Health Systems Alaska, 2000-2003. President Wolf Healthcare Consultant, 2003^.

Consultant Alaska Native Medical Center, 1975-1977, Woman's Resource Center, Anchorage, 1977-1981. Instructor department psychology University Alaska, Anchorage, 1968-1975. Associate clinical professor psychiatry University Alaska, Fairbanks, 1974-1985, clinical professor, since 1985.

Associate clinical professor University Washington, 1974-1985, clinical professor, since 1985, clinical professor psychiatry School Medicine University New Mexico. Participant weekly mental health television talk show, Anchorage, since 1970. Guest lecturer to various professional and civic groups, since 1967.

Membership

Vice president Greater Anchorage Area Borough School Board, 1971-1972, president 1973-1974. President Chugach Optional School Parent Advisory Board, 1976-1977. Member medical advisory committee Alaska Kidney Foundation, 1977-1982.

Member Alaska Governor's Mental Health Advisory Board, 1976-1984, chairman, 1983. Member Governor's Task Force on Criminally Committed Patients, since 1980. Board directors Greater Anchorage Drug Management Group, 1972-1973.

With Medical Corps, United States Air Force, 1967-1970. Fellow American Psychiatric Association (president Alaska district branch 1975, secretary Alaska branch 1984-1985, delegate assembly 1975-1981, 86, 89-93, area III chairman assembly procedures committee since 1982, national planning committee 1981, national membership committee 1981-1986, 89—, chairman confidentiality committee, since 1986, recorder of assembly 1984-1985, chairman 1988, Alaska delegate, since 1986, chair national membership committee since 1992, distinguished life fellow), American Academy Psychiatry and Law (member ethics committee, 1987), American College Physician Executives. Member American Society Law and Medicine, Society Air Force Psychiatrists, American Civil Liberties Union, American Medical Association (chairman mental health committee 1971-1975, medicine and law committee 1980-1981), Alaska Medical Association, New York Academy of Sciences, American Association of Medical Administration.

Connections

Married; children: Jon, Lisa, Laurie.