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Gerald Lee Looney, American medical educator, administrator. Diplomate American Board Preventive Medicine, American Board Pediatrics.

Background

Looney, Gerald Lee was born on November 22, 1937 in Bradshaw, West Virginia, United States. Son of Noah Webster and Anna Belle (Burris) Looney.

Education

AB, Johns Hopkins University, 1959. Doctor of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1963. Master in Public Health, Harvard University, 1968.

Career

Resident pediatrics, Tufts-New England Medical Center, Boston, 1965-1967;physician-in-chief, Kennedy Memorial Hospital, Boston, 1969-1971;assistant professor family and community medicine, U. Arizona College Medicine, Tucson, 1971-1972;assistant professor emergency medicine, University of Southern California School Medicine, Los Angeles, 1972-1977;associate clinical professor medicine, University of California, Irvine, since 1991;emergency department director, Glendale (California) Adventist Medical Center, 1978-1984;education director, Orthopaedic Hospital, Los Angeles, 1985-1988;urgent care director, Bay Shore Medical Group, Torrance, California, 1988-1993;medical director Surecare and LAX Clinics, Centinela Hospital, Inglewood, California, 1993-1995;director medical service, Boeing Company Military Aircraft, Long Beach, California, since 1996. Board directors Beach Cities Health District, Redondo Beach, California, 1992-1993.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocation: history.

Connections

Married Linda Louise Pluebell, October 19, 1962 (divorced April 1975). Children: Deborah Lynn, Catherine Ann, Karen Marie, Kelli Rachelle.