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Meg Anne Kellogg

Meg Anne Kellogg, American health care administrator. Recipient Department of Health Outstanding Service Merit award, 1975. Board directors San Francisco Opera Guild; Member of The Planning Forum, Society Hospital Planning, Claremont Resort, Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

Kellogg, Meg Anne was born on October 24, 1948 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Harry E. and Kathleen M. (Cahill) Kellogg.

Education

Bachelor in French,, University California, Berkeley, 1970. Master of Science in Community Health and Physical Therapy, Stanford University, 1972.

Career

Public health analyst Medical Services Administration Department of Health, Washington, 1972—1973. Branch chief Systems Development Bureau Qualty Assurance division Department of Health, Rockville, Maryland, 1973—1975. Coordinator accreditation and regulation Kaiser-Permanente Medical Care Program, Oakland, California, 1975—1980.

Director corporation planning Pacific Medical Center, Inc., San Francisco, 1980—1983. Health care investment analyst, co-editor medical technical stock letter Venture Capital Management, 1983—1984. Director strategic planning headquarters Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Oakland, California, since 1985.

Lecturer in field.

Membership

Board directors San Francisco Opera Guild. Member of The Planning Forum, Society Hospital Planning, Claremont Resort, Phi Beta Kappa.