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Arthur Sidney Shorr

Arthur Sidney Shorr, American health care executive. New York State scholar, 1962-1967.


Shorr, Arthur Sidney was born on September 19, 1944 in Brooklyn. Son of Louis and Mania (Hershman) Shorr.


Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Economics, Brooklyn College, 1967. Master of Business Administration, Master of Hospital Administration, George Washington University, 1970.


Administrative resident, Hutzel Hospital, Detroit, 1969-1970;administrative assistant, Hutzel Hospital, Detroit, 1970-1971;assistant director, Hutzel Hospital, Detroit, 1971-1972;assistant director patient services, Hutzel Hospital, Detroit, 1973-1976;administrator, chief operating officer, Mount Sinai Medical Center, Milwaukee, 1976-1980;vice president administration, Cedar-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, 1980-1984;principal, Arthur Shorr & Associations, since 1983;founder, Healthlink Systems, Inc., since 1983;instructor, Wayne State University, Detroit, 1974-1976;assistant clinical professor, University of Southern California, since 1980.


Board of directors Young Men’s Christian Association, Milwaukee, 1976, chairman building service committee, 1978-1979. Member citizens advising committee Los Angeles Olympics Committee, 1982-1983. Member health care program committee University of Southern California, since 1981.

Trustee Imagination Workshop, Inc. Official Athletics Congress, since 1982, Southern Pacific Athletic Association, since 1982. Member American College Hospital Adminstrs., American Hospital Association, George Washington University Alumni Association, Brooklyn College Alumni Association, Wisconsin Hospital Association, California Hospital Association.


Married Marjory J. Sherman, December 24, 1967. Children: Diana, Robin.