Former UCSF Health hospital CEO dies at 81

Kelly Gooch –
Tuesday, June 30th, 2020
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Dr. Lubin signed up with Childrens Hospital Oakland in 1973 as chief of hematology/oncology and was named president and CEO of the company in 2009.

” Berts outstanding profession covered 50 years in advancing the health and wellness of kids,” Mark Laret, president and CEO of UCSF Health, stated in a news release. “His work as a physician, scientist, medical facility leader and benefactor had a profound effect on many children and grownups. His steadfast pursuit in helping disadvantaged children in the East Bay touched both his expert and personal life.”.

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Bertram Lubin, MD, previous president and CEO of UCSF Benioff Childrens Hospital Oakland (Calif.), died June 27 at age 81, the University of California San Francisco announced.

Throughout his period, he advocated for kids with sickle cell disease, released a research study program that became Childrens Hospital Oakland Research Institute, and played a key function in the affiliation between Childrens Hospital Oakland and UCSF, according to the university. He also functioned as associate dean for childrens health for UCSF Benioff Childrens Hospital Oakland..

Dr. Lubin retired in 2018.

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” Berts excellent profession spanned 50 years in advancing the health and well-being of children,” Mark Laret, president and CEO of UCSF Health, said in a news release. “His work as a physician, researcher, health center leader and philanthropist had a profound impact on countless children and adults. His tireless pursuit in helping disadvantaged children in the East Bay touched both his expert and personal life.”.

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