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Dana Richard Lundquist, American health facility administrator.


Lundquist, Dana Richard was born on September 12, 1941 in Minneapolis. Son of R. Dana and Mary Jane (Norton) Lundquist.


Bachelor, Valparaiso University, 1963. Postgraduate, University Hawaii, 1964. Postgraduate, University Colorado, 1963.

Master of Business Administration, University Chicago, 1966.


Administrative assistant, University of Chicago Hospitals and Clinics, l966-67;assistant superintendent, University of Chicago Hospitals and Clinics, l967-68;assistant director, University of Chicago Hospitals and Clinics, l968-70;officer, board directors affiliates, Hamot Health Systems, Inc., Erie, Pennsylvania, 1970-1992;president parent company, Hamot Health Systems, Inc., Erie, Pennsylvania, 1981-1992;consultant to board, Hamot Health Systems, Inc., Erie, Pennsylvania, 1993-1997;executive vice president, Hardware Hawaii, since 1997. Consultant Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield, 1992-1993, senior vice president, 1993-1997. Lecturer graduate program in hospital administration University of Chicago, 1967-1970.

Member Erie County Hospital Council, 1978-1992, president, 1982. Board directors Hospital Council Western Pennsylvania, 1978-1992, vice chairman. Executive Committee Pennsylvania Council Teaching Hospitals, 1986-1990.

Advisory county risk management Pennsylvania Hospital Insurance Company, 1982-1990, board directors Volunteer Hospitals American of Pennsylvania, 1985-1992, Chairman of the Board. Board visitors The Behrend College, Pennsylvania State University, 1990-1992. Board directors Pennsylvania Medical College, 1991-1992, Hardware Hawaii, since 1989.


Member Erie Conference on Community Development, 1981-1992, board directors, 1988-1992. Board directors Northwest Pennsylvania Buy Right Council, 1986-1992, United Way Erie County, 1983-1992. Member president's council Villa Maria College, Erie, 1981-1990, board incorporators Gannon University, Erie, 1981-1992.

Member governing board St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Erie, 1973-1978, vice president, 1974-1978. Member Erie Down Town Coalition Steering Committee, 1990-1992, chairman, 1991-1992, numerous other activities. Fellow American College Healthcare Executives (member regents advisory council Pennsylvania).

Member American Hospital Association (governing council section metropolitan hospitals 1987, alternate house of deals 1988), Hospital Association Pennsylvania (political action committee 1981-1992), Pennsylvania Chamber of Commerce, University Chicago Hospital Alumni Association (executive committee 1967-1970, 87-92, secretary-treasurer 1988, president 1990-1991), Rotary.


Children: Brenda A., Sheila R.