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William Howard Considine, American health care administrator. Named Executive of Year, Sales and Marketing Association, 1994; named to Hall of Fame, Lone Star Fraternity, 1996; recipient Appreciation award, Ohio State University Alumni in Health Services Administration, 1975, Outstanding Hoban Alumni award, 1992, Crystal Cross award, American Lung Association, 1994; Research grant, Kellogg Foundation, 1971.

Background

Considine, William Howard was born on July 7, 1947 in Akron, Ohio, United States. Son of G. Howard and Gene Marie (Nelson) Considine.

Education

Master of Science, Ohio State University, 1971. Doctor of Humane Letters (honorary) U. Akron, 1996. Program consultant United States Public Health Service, Bethesda, Maryland., 1971-1973.

With patient care management North Carolina Memorial Hospital, Chapel Hill, 1973-1975, with general services, 1975-1976, director ambulatory care, 1977-1979. President Children's Hospital, Akron, Ohio, since 1979. Consultant search committee Children's Hospital, National Medical Center, Washington, 1982, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation on Ambulatory Care Dental Program, 1978-1979.

Board directors Child Health Corp American, Children's Hosps. Executive Council, Children's Miracle Network Telethon. Chairman Akron Health Coord.

Council, 1978-1979, Education.

Career

Program consultant United States Public Health Service, Bethesda, Maryland, 1971—1973. With patient care management North Carolina Memorial Hospital, Chapel Hill, 1973—1975, with general services, 1975—1976, director ambulatory care, 1977—1979. President Children's Hospital, Akron, Ohio, since 1979, consultant search committee, National Medical Center, Washington, 1982, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Ambulatory Care Dental Program, 1978—1979.

Board directors Child Health Corp America, Children's Hospitals Executive Council, Children's Miracle Network Telethon. Chairman Akron Health Coordinator Council, 1978—1979, Education Partnership. Member Equal Employment Opportunity Committee National Institutes of Health, 1972—1973.

Lieutenant United States Public Health Service, 1971-1973.

Membership

Member Equal Employment Opportunity committee National Institutes of Health, 1972-1973. Lieutenant United States Public Health Service, 1971-1973. Research assistant grantee Kellogg Foundation, 1971.

Fellow American College of Hospital Adminstrs. Mem.Am. Hospital Association, Association of America Medical Colls., National Association of Children's Hosps. and Related Institutions, Children's Hospital Executive Council, Association of University Programs in Health Administration, Ohio Hospital Association, Ohio State University Alumni Association (Distinguished Alumni award 1984), North Hospital Association, Chapel Hill Chamber of Commerce, Firestone Country.

Connections

Married Rebecca Diane Krenrick, October 14, 1972;children: Michael, Cathryn, Matthew. Children: Michael, Cathryn, Matthew.