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Barbara Baynard Whaley, American medical technology educator. Certified clinical laboratory scientist National Certification Agency Clinical Laboratory Personnel.


Whaley, Barbara Baynard was born on April 2, 1945 in Mobile, Alabama, United States. Daughter of H. Hugh Baynard and Frances Ethel (Deane) Whaley.


Bachelor of Science in Biology, Spring Hill College, 1966. Degree in Medical Technology, Providence Hospital School Medical Technology, 1967. Master of Science in Clinical Pathology, University Alabama, Birmingham, 1970.

Postgraduate, University South Alabama, 1984. Postgraduate, University Southern Mississippi, 1985.


Hematology supervisor Mobile Infirmary Laboratory, 1970, educational coordinator, school medical technical, 1970—1978, educational director, since 1978, quality assurance director, since 1985. Site surveyor National Accrediting Agency Clinical Laboratory Sciences. Vice chairman, hematology examination sub-committee National Certified Agency Clinical Laboratory Personnel.

Clinical instructor Auburn University, Judson College, Livingston University, Millsaps College, Mississippi College, Mobile College, Morehead State University, Spring Hill College, University West Florida.


Laboratory director Seale Harris Diabetic Camp, 1972. Trustee Wilmer Hall Episcopal Children's Home, Mobile, 1977—1980. Director Southwest Alabama Health Systems Agency, since 1977, member, executive committee, since 1981.

Member of Sara Crowson Trust Fund (coordinator, hematology science assembly 1971-1974, president 1975, treasurer 1978-1980, registration chairman 1979, director 1974-1980), Alabama State Society Medical Technology (education, scholarship, awards and bylaws committee), American Society Medical Technology (delegate, annual meeting 1972-1978, president's council 1974-1976, region III council 1974-1976, competency delineations committee 1975-1977), American Society Allied Health Professions, American Society Clinical Pathologists (certified medical technologist), Mobile Business and Professional Women's Club (vice president 1980), Alpha Mu Tau.