Marin County, CANovember 3, 1998 GeneralDirector; Marin Healthcare DistrictCandidates (Vote for 3)
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Lawrence H. "Larry" Arnstein 30,974votes 17.5%
Party: DemocratOccupation: NeurosurgeonBS Stanford, MD StanfordClinical Professor of Neurosurgery, Stanford and UC, (20 Years)Hospital appointments, El Camino, Standford, Mills Peninsula, San Mateo County and MGHFellow, American College of SurgeonsFellow, International College of SurgeonsDiplomat, American Board of NeurosurgeryPriorities:Return Marin General Hospital to true local District Board controlRehire registered nurses and skilled techniciansRestore control of quality care to doctors, not corporate bureaucrats and accountantsSuzanna "Suzy" Coxhead 30,184 votes17.1%Party: RepublicanOccupation: Caregiver/Board MemberDirector, Marin Healthcare District BoardMBA - Health Services ManagementTwenty Years Banking CareerChair, Healthier Communities Task Force of MarinChair, Altzheimer's Association, North Bay ChapterFormer Chair, Big Sisters of MarinPriorities:Initiate Public Representation on the Marin General Hospital ManagementEstablish High Quality Trauma Center at Marin General HospitalEstablish Marin Center for Health PromotionSylvia M. Siegel 28,677 votes 16.2%Occupation: IncumbentHarold "Hal" Hassin 27,752 votes 15.7%Party: DemocratOccupation: PhysicianPediatric OphthalmologistAssociate Medical Director, San Diego Children's HospitalHealth Policy Fellow for Senator Edward KennedyMaster of Public Health DegreeConsultant to Health Care IndustryPriorities:Initiate Public Representation on the Marin General Hospital Management BoardEstablish High Quality Trauma Center at Marin General HospitalEstablish Marin Center for Health PromotionBernard L. Del Santo 27,238 votes 15.4%Occupation: Police ChiefR. Eugene "Gene" Tolls 26,276 votes 14.8%Party: RepublicanOccupation: PathologistPast Chief of Staff Marshall Hale HospitalPast President San Francisco Medical Society.Founder and CEO of successful laboratories, screening centers and a medical clinic.Completed Program for Health Systems Management Harvard Graduate Schools of Public Health and Business Administration.Marin resident for 23 yearsFree of any connection with Sutter affiliaded hospitalsPriorities:I will work to end destructive political squabling between the District Board and the Hospital Board.I will bring years of creative healthcare experience to restore credibility to the District Board in mediating new role for the board.Modify the lease so that the electorate is effectively represented in healthcare matters.Peter Romanowsky 5,850 votes 3.3%Occupation: Minister/Marine RecyclerLicensed as Baptist Minister 1969Orginized and pastored an evangelical church 1970Recruited as vice president of my ministerial alliance in 1971Began my overseas teaching and preaching ministry on annual basis 1972Began radio broadcasting ministry on local stations 1973Halfway house/homeless shelter director in Ross Valley area for most of the 1970'sPriorities:100% for continuing the lawsuit against Sutter Healthcare.Returning Marin General Hospital back to the tax payers who built it and to the elected board of directors.Provide for equel and fair treatment to all citizens of Marin County regardless of financial status.Basic candidate data supplied by the County elections official. Any additional information supplied by the candidate. Order of candidates is random and changes daily. Suggest a link related to this contestLinks to sources outside of Smart Voter are provided for information only and do not imply endorsement.
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