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F. David Rollo, American Hospital management company executive, health care educator. Diplomate American Board Nuclear Medicine.


Rollo, F. David was born on April 15, 1939 in Endicott, New York, United States. Son of Frank C. and Augustine L. (Dumont) Rollo.


Bachelor, Harpur College, 1959. Master of Science, University Miami, 1965. Doctor of Philosophy, Johns Hopkins University, 1968.

Doctor of Medicine, Upstate Medical Center, Syracuse, New York, 1972.


Assistant chief nuclear medicine services Veterans Administration Hospital, San Francisco, 1974-1977, chief nuclear medicine Nashville, 1977-1979. Senior vice president medical affairs Humana Inc., Louisville, 1980-1992. Director nuclear medicine division Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, 1977-1981.

Professor radiology Vanderbilt University, since 1979. President, Chief Executive Officer Metricor Inc., Louisville, 1992-1995. Senior vice president medical affairs HCIA, 1995-1996.

Senior vice president medical affairs, medical director Raytel Medical Corporation, San Mateo, California, 1996-1999. Chief medical officer Allgemeiner Deutscher Automobil-Club Laboratories, Milpitas, 1999—2002. International chief medical officer Philips Medical Systems, since 2003.

Member medical advisory committee IBT, Washington, since 1984. Member private sector liaison panel Institute of Medicine, Washington, since 1983. Board directors Allgemeiner Deutscher Automobil-Club Laboratories.


President board directors Youth Performing Arts Council, Louisville, 1984-1985. Board directors Louisville-Jefferson County Youth Orchestra, 1983-1985. Senior vice president, executive committee United States of America International Harp Competition, since 1992, chairman, since 1994.

Fellow American College Cardiology, American College Nuclear Physicians (professional American College Radiology committee 1982-1984, chairman 1984). Member American Medical Association, Society Nuclear Medicine (trustee 1979-1983, 84—, Cassen Memorial lecturer western region 1980, 84), Radiological Society North America, NEMA (chairman nuclear medicine section, since 2002, board member, since 2002, testimony medicine expert, since 2003), American College Radiology, Kentucky Science Technology Council (executive board since 1987), Advancement Medical Instrumentation (board directors since 1986), Louisville Chamber of Commerce (chairman Ministry of Information and Communication committee since 1987).


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: racquetball, squash, golf.


Married Linda Wood, June 1, 1991. Children: Mindee, Alex.