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John Robert Hayes, American health care executive, psychiatrist. Diplomate American Board Psychiatry and Neurology. Recipient Man of Year award Flat Rock River Young Men’s Christian Association, 1985, Service Recognition award Indianapolis Metropolitan Young Men’s Christian Association, 1986.


Hayes, John Robert was born on March 18, 1948 in Shelbyville, Indiana, United States. Son of Robert Earl and Betsy Ross (Fleming) Hayes.


Bachelor in Zoology, Indiana University, 1970. Doctor of Medicine, Indiana University, 1973.


Intern in internal medicine, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, 1973-1974;resident in psychiatry, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, 1974-1976;staff consultant in psychiatry, Scott and White Clinic and Memorial Hospital, Temple, Texas, 1977-1981;consultation-liaison psychiatrist, Indiana U. School Medicine, Indianapolis, 1981-1983;director division consultation liaison psychiatry, Indiana U. School Medicine, Indianapolis, 1983-1988;director medical psychiatry, St. Vincent Hospitals and Health Care Centers, Indianapolis, 1988-1990;director academic affairs, St. Vincent Hospitals and Health Care Centers, Indianapolis, 1991-1995;vice president for academy and development affairs, St. Vincent Hospitals and Health Care Centers, Indianapolis, 1996;senior vice president for the delivery system, St. Vincent Hospitals and Health Care Centers, Indianapolis, 1996-1998;interim president, St. Vincent Hospitals and Health Care Centers, Indianapolis, 1998;Chief Executive Officer, Seton Health Corporation of Indiana, 1998;executive director, Eli Lilly and Company, Indianapolis, since 1998. Part-time emergency room physician Cmty. Memorial Hospital, Spring Valley, Minnesota, 1975-1976.

Lecturer department psychiatry Texas Agricultural and Mechanical U., Temple, 1979-1981. Assistant professor medicine Indiana U., 1981-1984, assistant professor psychiatry and medicine, 1984-1988, clinical assistant professor psychiatry and medicine, since 1988. Board of directors Pediat.

Urgent Care Center, 1995-1997. Member, secretary, board directors Family Practice Technologies, Inc., since 1995.


Co-president Southeastern Minnesota Childbirth Education Association, 1976. Board directors Indianapolis Metropolitan Young Men’s Christian Association Camp, 1981-1984, chairman, board directors, 1984, director for Psychiatry, American Board of Familty Practice, 1990-1995. Board directors St. Vincent Foundation, since 1999, Chartwell Midwest Indiana, 1996-1998, Indiana U./Moi University Kenya Project, since 1998.

Fellow American Academy Psychosomatic Medicine (member education directorate 1984-1991, member nominating committee 1986-1987, member long range planning committee 1986-1987, member executive council 1987-1990, member ethics and standards committee 1987-1988, 90-91, member program committee 1987-1991, program chairman for national meeting 1988-1989, representative to national consultation/liaison psychiatry consortium 1988, chairman budget and finance committee 1989-1993, vice president 1992-1993, president-elect 1993-1994, president 1994-1995, governor since 1996), American Psychiatric Association (member committee consultation/liaison psychiatry 1985, consultant to committee consultation liaison psychiatry and primary care education 1990, 91, Nancy C.A. Roeske Certified Recognition award 1992). Member American Medical Association delegate to section on medical schools), American College Psychiatrists, American College Physician Executives, American College Healthcare Executives, American Society Psycho-Oncology/Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (member organizing group 1987), American Psychosomatic Society, Indiana State Medical Association, Indiana Psychiatric Society (program chairman 1985-1987, member executive council 1986-1987, member ethics committee since 1989, acting chairman 1989-1990), Indianapolis Medical Society, International College Psychosomatic Medicine., Blue Key, Alpha Omega Alpha.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: gardening, music, golf, fly fishing.


Children from previous marriage: Daniel Ian, Mary Elizabeth. Married Barbara Marie Ryan, June 11, 1988. 1 child, Abigail Jane.