Albert Gale

Contributing Faculty
College of Management and Human Potential
Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA)

BIOGRAPHY
Albert J. Gale, DBA, MHA

Dr. Gale received his DBA at the University of Phoenix in August 2015 and earned a Master of Healthcare Administration from Indiana University/Purdue in 1971. He has taught Health Care Management, Risk Management, Leadership, Health Care Communication, Strategic Planning, and Health Care Organization at other Universities. He has mentored doctoral students through the dissertation process. He is a certified Dale Carnegie instructor with endorsements in Leadership, Communications, and building Self-Confidence. His background includes 35+ years in healthcare administration serving as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Multi-Facility Manager of a number of acute general and psychiatric hospitals, physician practices, and outpatient programs. His experience includes a three-year international assignment as CEO of a surgical hospital in Nalta, Bangladesh. Dr. Gale research focused on the impact of a multinational workforce on hospital operations. He has a number of publications and presentations on model validation and the role of culture in organizations. Dr. Gale is a member of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology.

Courses Taught

DDHA 8900/9100 - DHA Resource Capstone

MMHA 6800 - Marketing Management & Business Communication

MMHA 6050 - Topics in U.S. Health Delivery

MMHA 6700 - Healthcare Operations Management

MMHA 6900 - Healthcare Quality Management

Education

BA, University of Delaware

Master Health Care Administration, Indiana University/Purdue University

Certified Dale Carnegie Trainer, Dale Carnegie of NY

DBA, University of Phoenix

Public Service

Heritage Oaks Club Home Association, President - Sarasota

Awards / Honors

Delta Mu Delta, Lamboa Sigma Chapter, University of Phoenix, 2014

Publications

Gale, A. J. Constructivist Communication Strategies for 21st Century and Graduate Students.

Presentations

Armstrong, A. (2017). Online learning design and implementation models: A model validation study using expert instructional designers. . AECT