Log In

Morrell Goldberg Edit Profile

Hospital administrator

Morrell Goldberg, American hospital administrator. Served to captain Army of the United States, 1942-1946.; Fellow American College Hospital Adminstrs., Royal Society Health; member Greater New York Hospital Association (president 1974-1975), Hospital Association New York State.; Club: Dartmouth (New York City).

Background

Goldberg, Morrell was born on October 12, 1910 in Lawrence, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Samuel and Jennie (Hartman) Goldberg.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Dartmouth, 1933. Postgraduate Columbia, 1937-1939.

Career

Assistant administrator Beth-El Hospital, Brooklyn, 1937-1941. Administrator Jewish Hospital Chronic Diseases, 1941-1942. Executive vice president Brookdale Hospital Medical Center, Brooklyn, 1946-1977.

Lecturer public health Columbia, 1961-1977. President Hospital Credit Exchange. Board of directors Mayor New York City’s Comprehensive Health Planning Agency.

Member coms. Blue Cross, New York State Department Health. Trustee Health and Hospital Planning Council Southern New York, New York State Urban Development Corporation.

Membership

Served to captain Army of the United States, 1942-1946. Fellow American College Hospital Adminstrs., Royal Society Health. Member Greater New York Hospital Association (president 1974-1975), Hospital Association New York State.

Club: Dartmouth (New York City).

Connections

Married Ruth Lazar, February 22, 1941. Children: Susan, Daniel, Jane.

father:
Samuel Goldberg

mother:
Jennie (Hartman) Goldberg

spouse:
Ruth Lazar

child:
Susan Goldberg

child:
Jane Goldberg

child:
Daniel Goldberg