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Margaret Mary Peterson, American Radiation therapist, consultant ( hlth: hlth. service)radiation therapist, consultant. Member American Association Med.


Peterson, Margaret Mary was born on July 25, 1948 in Newark. Daughter of Andrew Joseph and Margaret Mary Peterson.


Student in X-ray Technology, United States Public Health Service Hospital, Staten Island, New York, 1966—1968. Student in Radiation Technology, Los Angeles County, U.So. California Medical Center, 1969—1970.

Associate of Arts in Business Administration, San Mateo City College, 1978. Associate of Arts, University Phoenix, 1982. Master of Arts in Public Administration and Organizational Change, California State University, Hayward, 1987.


Staff technician, dosimetrist Los Angeles County, University Southern California Medical Center, 1969—1971. Dosimetrist City of Hope National Medical Center, Duarte, California, 1971—1974. Radiation therapy technologist Southern Bay Hospital, Redondo Beach, 1974—1976.

Department manager, dosimetrist Peninsula Hospital & Medical Center, Burlingame, California, 1976—1981. Clinical consultant air traffic controllers Medical Technology, Sunnyvale, 1981—1982, locum tenens technologist, 1982—1986. International Hayward Education Fund, 1986.

Information management intern City of Sunnyvale, 1986—1987. Applications specialist Allgemeiner Deutscher Automobil-Club Laboratories, Milpitas, California, since 1988. Consultant in field.

Supervisory committee member Peninsula Hospital Credit Union, 1979—1983, management steering committee, 1980—1981, vice chairman, 1981.


Member of Northern California Society Radiation Therapy Technologists (president), American Society for Public Administration (municipal management assistants of Northern California 1986-1988), California Society Radiological Technologists (joint review committee therapeutic radiologists committee on technical and education committee), American Society Radiological Technologists, Association University Radiological Technologists, American Association Medical Dosimetrists (president 1979-1981).