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Boi Jon Jaeger, American health administrator educator. Kellogg Foundation scholar, 1966-1971, fellow, National Health Services Research Center, 1971-1972.

Background

Jaeger, Boi Jon was born on May 17, 1936 in Cincinnati. Son of Ludwig John and Sophie Margaret (Greisen) Jaeger.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Duke University, 1957. Master of Health Administration, Duke University, 1964. Doctor of Philosophy, Duke University, 1971.

Career

Assistant administrative director Duke Hospital, Durham, North Carolina, 1964—1967. Administrative director Tulane Clinics, New Orleans, 1967—1971. Assistant professor Tulane University.

Tulane University Louisiana Department Hospitals, New Orleans, 1968—1971. Associate professor; chairman Duke University, 1972—1979, professor, 1978—1992, professor emeritus, since 1992. Board directors University Program Health administration, 1973—1978, chairman, 1976—1977.

Research professor University Florida, Gainsville, since 1992.

Membership

Active member Boy Scouts American, North Carolina Governor Efficiency Study Commission, 1973. Trustee Carolinas Hospital & Health Services, 1972—1978. Fellow: American College Healthcare Executives, Royal Society Health, American Public Health Association.

Member: American Hospital Association.

Connections

Children: John Ashley, Robert Jeffrey, David Arthur, Julia Vileisis.