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Douglas Corbett

  • Career Experience in Health Care Administration


    Douglas Corbett, MPH, is an experienced professional in the field of health care administration. His recent career history includes serving as administrator for Ford-Iroquois Public Health Department in Watseka, Illinois. In that position, he managed the overall operations of 60 programs and 40 employees for the CHAP-accredited agency. His major projects included overseeing the Ford-Iroquois public health foundation and developing a $2.3 million Federal Flood Grant. Prior to joining Ford-Iroquois Public Health Department, Douglas Corbett served as deputy administrator for Perry County Health Department in Pinckneyville, Illinois. His recent experience also includes working as an epidemiology specialist for the City of Saint Louis Department of Health. Educated at Westminster College, Douglas Corbett earned his bachelor of arts in sociology in 1986. He went on to complete his master of public health at Saint Louis University. Highly active in his field, he is a member of the Illinois Public Health Association, the Society for Public Health Education, and the American Public Health Association.

    Professional experience


    Ford-Iroquois Public Health Department

    January 2008 - October 2013(6 years)

    Administrator / Deputy administrator

    Perry County Health Department

    November 2004 - December 2007(3 years)

    Epidemiology Specialist

    City of St Louis Department of Public Health

    June 2004 - November 2004(5 months)

    Food & Beverage Director

    Embassy Suites Hotel St. Louis downtown

    May 1998 - November 2000(3 years)



    Saint Louis University School of Public Health

    January 2001 - May 2003(2 years)


    Westminster College

    August 1982 - June 1986(4 years)