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Healthcare executive

Mitchell Rosenthal, American Healthcare executive. Recipient 1st Clinical Svc. award National Head Injury Foundation, Washington, 1988; long-term training grantee in rehabilitation psychology Rehabilitation Superior vena cava syndrome Administration, Washington, 1994, grantee National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research, Washington, 1993.


Rosenthal, Mitchell was born on March 13, 1949 in Newark, New Jersey, United States. Son of Morris Robert and Edythe (Kurtz) Rosenthal.


Bachelor in Psychology, Rutgers University, 1970; Master of Arts in Psychology, Fairleigh Dickinson U., 1972; Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology, U. Cincinnati, 1975.


Staff psychologist, Children's Psychiatric Center, Cincinnati, 1974-1975; director rehabilitation psychology, Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, 1975-1979; director rehabilitation psychology, New England Medical Center, Boston, 1979-1986; director psychological medicine, Marianjoy Rehabilitation Center, Wheaton, Illinois, 1986-1989; professor, associate chairman of physical medicine and rehabilitation, Wayne State University, Detroit, since 1990; vice president research and education, Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan, Detroit, since 1990. Trustee Comm. on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities, Tuscon, Arizona, since 1991.


Fellow American Psychological Association (president division of rehabilitation psychology 1991-1992). Member American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine, International Neuropsychol.


Married Margaret Fridel, August 18, 1974. Children: Michelle Sara, David Joseph.

Morris Robert Rosenthal

Edythe (Kurtz) Rosenthal

Margaret Fridel

Michelle Sara Rosenthal

David Joseph Rosenthal