Paul M. Ellwood, Jr., M.D. - In First Person: An Oral History

Interviewed by Anthony R. Kovner, Ph.D., on September 16, 2010

Edited by Kim M. Garber


Sponsored by
American Hospital Association
Center for Hospital and Healthcare Administration History
and
Health Research & Educational Trust


Chicago, Illinois
2011

Paul Ellwood, Jr., M.D., went to Stanford University for both college and medical school. He did his pediatric internship at the University of Minnesota. After directing inpatient services for the Sister Elizabeth Kenny Institute, he headed its successor organization, the American Rehabilitation Foundation. Dr. Ellwood was clinical professor of pediatrics, neurology and physical medicine and rehabilitation at the University of Minnesota. Subsequently, he became executive director of InterStudy, the health policy research organization that succeeded the American Rehabilitation Foundation. In 1992, he became founder and president of the Jackson Hole Group.

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