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William Francis Donohue, American health facility administrator. Certified inhalation therapy Yale Medical Center, 1962, health care administration Trinity University, 1978. Recipient 2d prize, Pennsylvania Medical Society, 1965. Member of Royal Society Health, American Public Health Association, Risk Management Association, Chicago Hospital Council, American Hospital Association, American College Hospital Administrators.

Background

Donohue, William Francis was born on June 3, 1935 in Rome. Son of William Francis and Selina (Bowen) Donohue.

Education

Bachelor, Antioch College, 1973.

Career

Chief inhalation therapist Lancaster General Hospital, Pennsylvania, 1962—1963, Western Pennsylvania Hospital, Pittsburgh, 1963—1965. Technical director respiratory care Edgwater Hospital, Chicago, 1965—1969. Dean allied health science Central Young Men’s Christian Association Community College, 1969—1975.

Assistant administrator Louise Burg Hospital, 1975—1977. Director material management and quality assurance Provident Hospital, 1977—1982. Director professional services Provident Medical Center, 1975—1977, 1982—1984, associate executive director, 1984.

Director material management and quality assurance Provident Hospital, 1977—1982. President, chief executive officer Health Resources Management Associates, Inc., since 1985. Health science advisory committee department human relations City of Chicago, 1969—1976.

Health occupations advisory committee Chicago City Colleges, 1974—1982. Trustee Chicago Hospital Risk Pooling Program Chicago Hospital Council, since 1984. Associate editor Inhalation Therapy, 1964—1969.

Membership

Member of Royal Society Health, American Public Health Association, Risk Management Association, Chicago Hospital Council, American Hospital Association, American College Hospital Administrators.