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MemorialCare Medical Centers CEO Barry Arbuckle Elected Chair of California Hospital Association
Date:2/20/2008

r, he appeared on the cover of three business magazines which noted MemorialCare's leadership in clinical information systems, best practice medicine and innovative solutions to the shortages among nurses and other health care personnel.

A graduate of Missouri State University, Dr. Arbuckle earned his master's degree from Arizona State University and a Ph.D. from University of North Carolina. Prior to leading MemorialCare health system, Dr. Arbuckle was CEO of two MemorialCare Medical Centers -- Saddleback Memorial in Laguna Hills and Orange Coast Memorial in Fountain Valley. Other MemorialCare Medical Centers include Long Beach Memorial, Anaheim Memorial, Saddleback Memorial in San Clemente and Miller Children's Hospital in Long Beach. He is Chair of the Board of VHA West, member of the Healthcare Leadership Council in Washington, D.C. and recipient of the prestigious Walker-Sullivan Award from California Health Foundation and Trust in recognition of his outstanding contribution and leadership to hospitals and the healthcare community. Dr. Arbuckle is married with four children -- the oldest is pursuing a degree in nursing.

As one of the largest health care trade associations in the nation, CHA represents nearly 450 hospitals and health systems in California.


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