John Wallis Rowe Edit Profile
Bachelor of Science with honors, Canisius College, 1966. Doctor of Medicine with distinction, University Rochester, 1970.
Resident in internal medicine Harvard Medical School, Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, 1970-1972. Clinical associate National Institute Child Health and Human Development, Baltimore, 1972-1974. Research, clinical fellow Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, 1974-1975.
From instructor to professor Harvard Medical School, 1976-1988. President Mount Sinai School Medicine, New York City, 1988-1999, Mount Sinai Hospital, New York City, 1988-1998. Professor geriatrics & medicine Mount Sinai School Medicine and Mount Sinai Hospital, since 1988.
Chief Executive Officer Mount Sinai-New York University Medical Center and Health Systems, 1998-2000. President Aetna Inc., Hartford, Connecticut, 2000—2002, Chief Executive Officer, 2000—2006, chairman, 2001—2006. Professor health policy Columbia University, New York City, since 2006.
Chairman board trustees University Connecticut, since 2003. Member Medicare Payment Advisory Committee, 1997-2004. Trustee ROckefeller Foundation, since 2007.
Trustee Center for Advancement of Health.
Lieutenant Commander United States Public Health Service, 1972-1974. Member National Academy of Sciences Institute Medical, American Academy Arts & Sciences, Gerontological Society of America (president 1988), American Federation for Aging Research (president 1988), New York Yacht Club, Century Association.
Married Valerie Ann DelTufo, August 10, 1968. Children: Meredith, Abigail, Rebecca.