AB, Duke University, 1951. Postgraduate, Duke University, 1953. Postgraduate, Sarah Lawrence College, 1963.
Postgraduate, Columbia University, 1964. Postgraduate, University Okla, 1966. Doctor of Medicine, University Pennsylvania, 1968.
Management Certified, Rollins College, 2002.
Researcher in biochemistry and biophysics, Duke U. School Medicine, Durham, North Carolina, 1953-1955;
intern, resident in internal medicine, Royal Victoria Hospital, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 1968-1970;
resident in pediatrics, University of Illinois Hospital, Chicago, 1970-1971;
resident in pediatrics, Emory University Affiliated Hospitals, Atlanta, 1971-1972;
private practice in pediatrics and family medicine, Florida, 1973-1975;
private practice in pediatrics and family medicine, Alabama, 1975-1976;
private practice in emergency medicine, Chicago, 1976-1984;
private practice in emergency medicine, Center Florida, Alabama, Georgia, 1984-1989;
practice in public health, Florida, 1987-1990;
practice internal/family medical, pediatrics & public health services, since 1990. Instructor pediatrics University of Illinois, Chicago, 1970-1971, American Council of Learned Societies, 1982-1990, medical director clinic, 1991-1996. Medical director Epilepsy Association Control Florida, since 1994.
Lecturer medical topics for community groups, 1984-1996. Medical director Epilepsy Association Control Florida, since 1994. Director hospital emergency departments, 1976-1978, 84-87, community emergencymed. system, 1976-1978, 84-86.
Chairman professional advisory board Epilepsy Association Ctr.Fla., since 1995. Associate trustee Epilepsy Association Control Florida, 1995-1997, trustee, since 1997. Medical consultant disaster health services committee Orlando chapter American Red Cross, since 1998.
Member community advisory county, member professional advisory board two home health organizations, since 1994.
Musician amateur community symphony orchestras, chamber ensembles and choral groups, since 1947, Seminole College Community Orchestra, 1996-200, Orchestra of Maitland First Presbyterian Church, 1997-2000. Trustee, member disability project residency Atlantic Center for Arts, since 1996, secretary, 1997-1999. Secretary Florida Symphony Orchestra affiliate board Lake County, 1985-1986.
Patron, member of Friends of Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra, 1995-2001, president, 1999-2000. Board directors Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra, 1996-2000. Board director Winter Park Garden Club, since 2000.
Patron Festival de Musica de Camara, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, 1995-2001. Member advisory council and facilitator Senior Outreach Arts Resource of Orlando Museum of Art, since 1998. Board of Friends of Cornell Fine Arts Museum, 1999-2000.
Active environmental groups: Orlando and Ormond Beach, since 1984, PIRG Partners, since 2002, Friends of Spruce Creek Preserve, since 1997. Honorary board member Foundation New Smyrna Beach (Florida) History Museum, 1998-1999. Active John F. Lindsey for Mayor campaign, New York City, 1960.
Resident physician Grenfell Mission, St. Anthony, Newfoundland-Labrador, Canada, 1970. Volunteer physician for Vietnam, American Medical Association, 1972. Volunteer physician Boggy Creek Gang Camp for chronically ill, 1996-1997.
Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Association of University Women (president Ormond Beach chapter 1974-1975), Southern Medical Association, Central Florida Pediatrics Society, Flying Physicians Association, Alliance of Artists' Communities, Le Salon, Arts for Complete Education, Orlando Museum Art, Cornell Fine Arts Museum, Atlantic Center for Arts (life, founders circuit, Able Trust grantee for disability project residency), Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, Fox Meadow Tennis Club, Penn Club, University Club Winter Park, Phi Beta Kappa.