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Donald Gregory Loftus

Donald Gregory Loftus, American Hospital administrator ( hlth: hlth. service)hospital administrator. member instructional workshop advising committee Tri-Eastern State Hospital Assembly, 1976-1978; FellowAm. College Hospital Adminstrs.; member Wisconsin Hospital Association (member commission on planning 1978-1982), American Academy Political and Social Science, Sigma Iota Epsilon.

Background

  • Loftus, Donald Gregory was born on August 17, 1943 in St. Louis. Son of Charles J. and Mary A. Loftus.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Indiana University, 1965. Master of Science, Trinity University, 1969.

    Career

    • Administrative extern Bloomington Hospital, Indiana, 1964—1965. Unit manager department administrative medicine Presbyterian-St. Luke's Hospital, Chicago, 1965—1967. Graduate assistant health resources planning unit Texas Hospital Association, San Antonio1968.

      Administrative resident Indiana University Medical Center, Indianapolis, 1968. Assistant administrator Graham Hospital, Canton, Illinois, 1969—1973. AdminstAdminstrv. extern Bloomington HospAdminstrv. extern Bloomington Hospr.

      Franklin Hospital, Benton, 1973—1974. Executive vice president Holy Family Hospital, Des Plaines, 1974—1976. President, chief executive officer Appleton Memorial Hospital, Wisconsin, 1977—1980, United Health Services, Appleton, 1980—1983, St. Joseph Hospital, Fort Worth, 1983, St. Joseph Health Corporation, 1984—1986.

      Executive vice president chief operating officer Greater Baltimore Medical Center, since 1988. Lecturer, preceptor University Wisconsin, St. Louis University, Trinity University, George Washington University, John Hopkins University. Director Valley Bank.

      Representative Outagamie Community Blood Bank, 1977—1979. Member instructional workshop advisory committee Tri-State Hospital Assembly, 1976—1978. Associate clinical professor University Wisconsin Medical School, Madison.

      Hospital; representative Governor's Prison Health Care Advisory Committee, State Wisconsin, 1977—1979. Board directors Lake Winnebago Health Systems Agency, since 1977, Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council, since 1984, Texas Conference Catholic Health Facilities, since 1985.

    Membership

    Member instructional workshop advising committee Tri-Eastern State Hospital Assembly, 1976-1978. FellowAm. College Hospital Adminstrs. Member Wisconsin Hospital Association (member commission on planning 1978-1982), American Academy Political and Social Science, Sigma Iota Epsilon.

    Connections

    • Married Christie J. Rivers, August 1, 1992. Children: Kelly Anne, Kyle Andrew, Meridith, David, Matthew.
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    Born August 17, 1943
    (age 74)