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Karen Ann Queally, American rehabilitation director. Member American Physical Therapy Association (treasurer 1988-1992, representative at Assembly of Representatives since 1987).

Background

Queally, Karen Ann was born on March 3, 1952 in Yonkers, New York, United States. Daughter of Terence Dennis and Ann S. Queally.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy, New York University, 1974. Master of Science Health Care Administration, Iona College, 1983.

Career

Physical therapist Burks Rehabilitation Center, White Plains, New York, 1974-1979. Physical therapy director St. Patrick's Home, Bronx, 1979-1980. Rehabilitation director Cabrini Nursing Home, Dobbs Ferry, 1980-1984.

Assistant administrator Metropolitan Jewish Geriatric Center, Brooklyn, 1984-1985. Rehabilitation director E. Bay Hillhaven, Alameda, California, 1985-1986. Regional rehabilitation director Northern California Hillhaven, Richmond, 1986-1988, East Bay Area director, 1988-1989.

Director rehabilitation Kaiser Oakland, California, 1989-1993. Director rehabilitation services and chronic pain program Kaiser San Francisco, since 1993. Consultant in field; instructor at various universities.

Membership

Member American Physical Therapy Association (treasurer 1988-1992, representative at Assembly of Representatives since 1987).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocation: marathon and ultramarathon running.