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- Occupation: Physical Therapist,licensed to practice in California.
- Master's degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Southern California.
- Former Director of Physical Therapy Education for Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago (Former Associate Prof. at Northwestern U.)
- Past President of both the Encinitas LaCosta and Escondido Rotary clubs.
- Past Chairman Boys and Girls club of Inland North County. Past Chairman, Escondido Chamber.
- Past President Physical Therapy Board of the State of California
- Former, Councilmember, City of Escondido.
Lee B. Thibadeau
- Ensure that the hospital district continues to provide for the healthcare needs of its residents, as a financially healthy tax exempt entity.
- Expand provision of community services through a network of local clinics throughout the district.
- Assist PPH District in achieving its projected goals for the next 5 to 10 years.
- Occupation: Business Executive
- Former Mayor and Councilmember for City of San Marcos.
- Governor Appointee to Dept. of Conservation Mining & Geology Board
- Founder and President of North County Transportation Coalition
- Brought Senator Craven's Cal State University to San Marcos.
- Chartered City of San Marcos so as to 'run like a business' generating Millions of Dollars in additional revenues.
- Enhancing Law Enforcement and Fire Protection for the entire region.
- Bring Fiscal responsibility to Palomar Pomerado Healt District.
- Develop and implement new programs that utilize existing assets to generate additional savings and revenue.
- Build the District's financial strenght to become the best Hospital (Health) District in the State.
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