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Robert Stewart Condry

Robert Stewart Condry was American hospital administrator. Recipient preceptorship George Washington University, 1985, University Chicago, 1984, St. Louis University, 1984, Tulane University, 1984, Yale University, 1991.

Background

  • Condry, Robert Stewart was born on August 16, 1941 in Charleston, West Virginia, United States. Son of John Charles and Mary Louise (Jester) Condry.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, University Charleston, 1963. Master of Business Administration, George Washington University, 1970.

    Career

    • Assistant hospital director Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, 1970-1973, associate administrator, 1973-1975. Associate hospital director McGaw Hospital, Loyola University, Maywood, Illinois, 1975-1984, hospital director, 1984-1993, retired, 1993. President Inter-Hospital Planning Association of Western Suburbs, Maywood, 1983-1993.

      Board directors PentaMed, Inc., San Antonio.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    Board directors Metropolitan Chicago Healthcare Council, 1985-1993, member executive committee, 1989-1993. Board directors Catholic Hospital Alliance, 1992, chairman board directors, 1992, member executive committee 1988-1994. Member Illinois Governor's Advisory Board on Infant Mortality Reduction, 1988-1993, Review Board on Emergency Medicine Services, 1989-1993.

    With United States Army, 1964-1966. Fellow American College Healthcare Executives, American Academy Medical Administrators. Member American Hospital Association, Catholic Hospital Association, American Management Association.

    Personality

    Interests

    Golf, tennis, camping, travel.

    Connections

    • Married Mary Purcell Heinzer, May 21, 1966. Children: Mary-Lynch, John Stewart.
    • father: John Charles Condry
    • mother: Mary Louise (Jester) Condry
    • spouse: Mary Purcell Heinzer
    • children: Mary-Lynch Condry
    • John Stewart Condry
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