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Healthcare administrator

Edward John Hinman, American healthcare administrator. Recipient Bronze Letzeiser medal University Oklahoma, 1951; Meritorious Service award United States Public Health Service, 1976; Outstanding Achievement award Maryland chapter Federally Employed Women, 1976.

Background

Hinman, Edward John was born on November 10, 1931 in New Orleans. Son of E. Harold and Katharine (Fradenburgh) Hinman.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University Oklahoma, 1951. Doctor of Medicine Tulane University, 1955. Master of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University, 1971.

Diplomate: American Board Preventive Medicine.

Career

Doctor of Medicine Tulane University, 1955. Board directors American Association Medical Systems and Informatics, 1980-1989, president, 1985-1986. Board directors Cooperative League United States of America, Washington, 1982-1985.

Contributor articles in field to professional journals. Board directors Greater Southeast Community Hospital Foundation, 1983-1992.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles in field to professional journals. Board directors Greater Southeast Community Hospital Foundation, 1983-1992.

Membership

Served with United States Public Health Service, 1955-1978. Fellow American College of Physicians, American College Medical Informatics, American College Preventive Medicine (vice president 1976-1977), American Public Health Association, Society Advanced Medical Systems (director 1968-1982, president 1976-1977), American Federation Clinical Research, Phi Beta Kappa.

Connections

Married Emma Jean Richmond, June 15, 1954. Children– Cynthia, Alan, David.

father:
E. Harold Hinman

mother:
Katharine (Fradenburgh) Hinman

spouse:
Emma Jean Richmond

child:
Cynthia Hinman

child:
Alan Hinman

child:
David Hinman