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Michael O. Bice, American health science association administrator. Recipient Honorary Citizen award City of Geneva, 1977, Official Citation, Commonwealth of Mass, 1981; Kellogg National Fellow, 1980-1983.


Bice, Michael O. was born on September 23, 1941 in Lincoln, Illinois, United States.


Bachelor, S.U.N.Y., Binghamton, 1968;Master of Health Administration, University of Michigan, 1970.


Associate vice president Rhode Island Hospital, Providence, 1970-1974. Administrator Geneva (New York ) General Hospital Health Complex, 1974-1977. Vice chancellor for administration and finance, hospital director University Massachusetts Medical Center, 1977-1981.

Executive vice president, chief operating officer Lutheran Hospitals and Homes Society of America, various, 1981-1984. President, chief executive officer Lutheran Health Systems, since 1984. Assistant professor Department Family and Community Medicine, University Massachusetts, 1977-1981.

Associate professor College Professional Studies, University Massachusetts, 1978-1981. Trustee Greater Worcester Hospital Consortium, Massachusetts Hospital Association. Chairman Regional Ambulatory Care Council, Finger Lakes Health Systems Agency, Center Finger Lakes Ambulatory Care Council, Rochester Regional Hospital Association.

Preceptor Hospital Administration Programs Cornell University, University Michigan, Ohio State University, University Massachusetts, Health Administration Program University Minnesota. President InterHealth. Member Interhealth executive and finance committee, Regional Health Status Council, Task Force Regulation, American Heart Association Council Management, special committee Small and Rural Hospital Care.

Board directors North Dakota Blue Cross, Blue Shield, Health Services Research. Lecturer civic and professional organizations.


Coach Barrington (Rhode Island) Little League. Trustees St. Elizabeth, Barrington. Member City Planning Board, Geneva (New York) Community Chest, vestry Trinity Episcopalian Church.

St. Francis Episcopalian Church, Holden, Massachusetts. Director Fargo National Bank and Trust Company. Member American College Hospital Adminstrs., Hospital Administrator Alumni Association (secretary, treasurer, president University of Michigan Program, Chairman of Commission association development), Association University.Programs in Hospital Administration, Fargo Chamber of Commerce.