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Herbert Erwin Segal Edit Profile

Herbert Erwin Segal, American healthcare facility executive. Diplomate American Board Preventive Medicine. Decorated Legion of Merit, Meritorious Service medal, Humanitarian Service medal, Crown of Thailand.


Segal, Herbert Erwin was born on December 3, 1941 in Newark. Son of Nathan and Mildred (Asher) Segal.


Bachelor, Rutgers University, 1963. Doctor of Medicine, Duke University, 1967. Master in Public Health, Harvard University, 1969.


Resident preventive medicine, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Washington, 1969-1971;chief epidemiology, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Washington, 1973-1976;chief epidemiology, United States Army Medical Research Unit, Bangkok, Thailand, 1971-1973;commander, United States Army Medical Research Unit, Bangkok, Thailand, 1977-1980;chief professional services, Winn Army Cmty. Hospital, Fort Stewart, Georgia, 1980-1983;commander, Moncrief Army Cmty. Hospital, Fort Jackson, South Carolina., 1983-1986;commander, Martin Army Cmty.

Hospital, Fort Benning, Georgia, 1987-1990;central medical director, Keystone Peer Review Organisation, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 1990-1994;professor, Pennsylvania State University Hershey School Medicine, 1991-1994;executive vice president, CHP-The Medical Group, New Hyde Park, New York, 1994-1995;medical director, Elderplan, Brooklyn, since 1996. Adjunct Professor University of Southern California Schools of Medicine and Public Health, Columbia, South Carolina., 1983-1986.


Active Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Community Task Force, Columbus, Georgia, 1988-1989, Columbus unit American Cancer Society, Columbus, 1988-1990. President Fort Benning School Board, 1988-1990. Member American College Preventive Medicine, American College Physicians Executives.


  • Other Interests

    Jogging, antique collecting.


Son of; married Patricia Gail Horwitz, December 18, 1966. Children: Stacy, Melissa, Daniel.