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Richard Earl Grant was American medical and legal consultant. Certified disability management specialist; certified case manager. Grantee National Institute of Mental Health, University Washington, 1961; named one of top Hopi Scholars, Hopi Tribe, Second Mesa, Arizona, 1981.


Grant, Richard Earl was born on August 27, 1935 in Spokane, Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Son of Conrad Morrison and Sylva Celeste (Sims) Grant.


Bachelor of Science cum laude, University Washington, 1961. Master of Education, Whitworth College, 1974. Doctor of Philosophy, Washington State University, 1980.


Supervisor nursing Providence Hospital, Seattle, 1970-1972. Assistant professor nursing Washington State University, Spokane, 1972-1978. Director nursing Winslow (Arizona) Memorial Hospital, 1978-1979.

Administrator psychiatric nursing Arizona State Hospital, Phoenix, 1979-1980. Assistant professor Arizona State University, Tempe, 1980-1983. Associate professor Linfield College, Portland, Oregon, 1983-1986, Intercollegiate Center for Nursing Education, Spokane, 1986-1988.

Senior medical care coordinator Fortis Corporation, 1988-1992. Medical services consultant CorVel Corporation, 1992-1994. Owner Richard Grant & Associate, 1995-1999.

Medical, vocational case manager Genex Services, Seattle, 1999—2003. Retired, 2003; consultant Assurance Case Management, 2004—2005. Medical care consultant Alaska National Insurance Company, 2005—2008.

Consultant Arizona State Hospital, 1980-1982, President's Commission, Washington, 1981-1983, University Northern Colorado, Greely, 1985-1986, Assurance Case Management, 2004-2005. Area medical services consultant, 1992-2007. Retired 2008.


Judge Student Space Shuttle Project, Portland, 1983, Northwest Science Expo, Portland, 1983. With United States Army, 1953-1956. Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, National League for Nursing, Washington League for Nursing (vice president 1988-1990), Council on Nursing and Anthropology (editor 1982-1990), New York Academy of Sciences, Case Management Society of America, Sigma Theta Tau.


  • Other Interests

    Painting, scuba diving.


Married Susan Kimberly Hawkins, March 17, 1979. Children: Paaqua A., Camber Do'otsie O.