Duane L. Erwin was named chief executive officer of Franciscan Medical Center'sDayton Campus on Nov. 3, 1997, after serving as interim CEO since the abrupt resignation of James Strieby Sept. 29.
Erwin had served on the Franciscan staff since 1989, most recently as the vicepresident of administration for the system's $150 million, acute-care operations in Cincinnati.
EDUCATION: Undergraduate degree in English from Kent State University; juris doctordegree from Duquesne University School of Law.
PROFESSIONAL: 10 years at Blue Cross Blue Shield as general counsel and marketing vice president; two years as marketing vice president at Good Samaritan Hospital; vice president of planning and marketing at Lancaster (Pa.) General Hospital; with Franciscan Health System of the Ohio Valley since 1989, most recently as vice president of administration for the system's two Cincinnati hospitals.
PERSONAL: Wife, Margaret, and three children. His father, a surgeon, foundedAllentown, (Pa.) Osteopathic Hospital in his hometown.
FRANCISCAN GETS NEW CEO
* He has been on the staff since 1989 and has served as a vicepresident.
Published: Tuesday, November 4, 1997 Page: 7B
By: By Angela Townsend Dayton Daily News
A MINISTRY OF HEALING
FRANCISCAN INTERIMLEADER IS READY TO TAKE ON NEWCHALLENGES
Published: Tuesday, October 21, 1997 Page: 1C
By: By Kevin Lamb Dayton Daily News
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