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Lowell Hart Kallen, American psychiatrist, health science facility administrator. Diplomate National Board Medical Examiners, American Board Pediatrics, American Board Psychiatry and Neurology, American Board Forensic Psychiatry, American Board Medical Management.


Kallen, Lowell Hart was born on April 1, 1943 in Jersey City. Son of Arnold Milton and Jessica Yvonne (Eppston) Kallen.


Bachelor, Johns Hopkins University, 1963. Doctor of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1968. Master of Business Administration, Southern Illinois University, 1974.


Intern pediatrics, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 1968-1969;resident pediatrics, Naval Regional Medical Center, Oakland, California, 1969-1971;chief resident pediatrics, Naval Regional Medical Center, Oakland, California, 1971-1972;residency in psychiatry, Naval Regional Medical Center, Oakland, 1972-1974;fellowship child psychiatry Langley Porter Institute, University of California Medical Center, San Francisco, 1974-1976;commissioned ensign, United States Navy, 1969;advanced through grades to captain, United States Navy, 1982;director child and adolescent psychiatry service, Naval Hospital, Oakland, California, 1976-1982;head outpatient psychiatry branch, Naval Hospital, Oakland, California, 1981-1982;head psychiatry outpatient department, Naval Hospital, San Diego, 1982-1984;director child and adolescent pychiatry service, Naval Hospital, San Diego, 1982-1984;head alcohol rehabilitation department, Naval Hospital, Newport, 1984-1986;head psychiatry department, Naval Hospital, Newport, 1985-1989;president medical staff, Naval Hospital, Newport, 1987-1989;retired, United States Navy, 1989;department chairman psychiatry, Lawrence and Memorial Hospital, New London, Connecticut, since 1989;assistant clinical professor, University of California School Medicine, San Francisco, since 1977;president, chief medical officer, Shoreline Psychiatric Associations, Groton, Connecticut, since 1989. President, Chief Executive Officer Counselling & Cons. Superior vena cava syndrome New England, Mystic, Connecticut, since 1990.

Board directors Cmty. Mental Health Superior vena cava syndrome, Southeastern Connecticut, Norwich, Citizen's Task Force on Substance Abuse in New London County, Psychiatric Options East, Mansfield Center, Connecticut. Director psychiatry residency training, Naval Hospital, Oakland, California, 1978-1979.


Board directors United Way of Southeastern Connecticut, Inc. Fellow American College Physician Executives, American Academy Psychiatry and Law, American Academy Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, American Academy Pediatrics. Member American Psychiatric Association.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: sailing, skiing, swimming, computer applications to medical management.


Married Erica Elisabeth Jost, August 22, 1969. Children: Jeremy, Joshua, Jonathan.