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Kenneth George Bast

Kenneth George Bast, American Healthcare executive. Avocation: photography. M C. Member McHenry Economics Commission, 1982, governments Advisory Council on Aging, Missouri, 1985-1988. Member American Hospital Association, National Council on aging, American College Health Care Adminstrs., Kansas City Chamber of Commerce (President Club).

Background

Bast, Kenneth George was born on October 31, 1949 in Milwaukee. Son of George H. and Genevieve (Zimmel) Bast.

Education

Bachelor of Business Administration, Marquette University, 1971. Master of Business Administration, University Wisconsin, 1977.

Career

Personnel assistant St. Joseph Hospital, Warren, Ohio, 1972-1974. Vice president operations Memorial Hospital, Burlington, Wisconsin, 1974-1980. President Northern Illinois Medical Center, McHenry, Illinois, 1980-1982.

Vice president TW3 Corporation, Downer's Grove, 1982-1984. Vice president health services John Knox Village, Lee's Summit, Missouri, 1984-1989. Consultant Hamilton/Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Minneapolis, 1989-1997.

Vice president health care consulting Benedictine Health System, St. Paul, 1998-2000. With Management Consultant in Healthcare, since 2000. Chief Executive Officer Hospital Focus 5, since 2000.

Project director Mobile Intensive Care program Emergency Medical Services, McHenry, 1981-1982. Instructor Center Missouri State University, Kansas City, 1986-1989. Adjunct faculty Master of Healthcare Administration program University Minnesota, 1995-1997.

Member review board of Swedish long term care health facilities, Jonkoping, Sweden, 1987. Board directors Multi Hospital Mutual Insurance, Hamilton, Bermuda. Consultant in field.

Membership

Member McHenry Economics Commission, 1982, governments Advisory Council on Aging, Missouri, 1985-1988. Member American Hospital Association, National Council on aging, American College Health Care Adminstrs., Kansas City Chamber of Commerce (President Club).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Photography.

Connections

Married Patricia A. Hogan, November 17, 1973.