• Jeff Brickman, FACHE, Chief Executive Officer

  • Jeff Brickman, CEO, FACHE - St. Anthony Hospital Jeff Brickman, FACHE, was named CEO of St. Anthony Hospital as well as president of Centura Health's Mountains North Denver Operating Group (MNDOG), September 7, 2011.

    Prior to joining St. Anthony Hospital and Centura Health, Mr. Brickman was the System Senior VP, Provena Health, & CEO, Provena Saint Joseph Medical Center in Joliet, Ill. He joined Provena in 2004 and quickly set out to establish PSJMC as the comprehensive regional referral center for greater Will County. From the development of the ministry's new all private room patient tower and the area's only dedicated pediatric emergency department, to the addition of sophisticated services such as neurosciences, minimally invasive surgery and pediatric sub-specialties, Mr. Brickman worked diligently to strategically position the Medical Center for enduring success. With a staunch focus on growth, he led PSJMC's surgical, neuro, cardiovascular, pediatric and emergency programs to consistently rank among the busiest in the entire state. Under his leadership, several innovative physician alignment models were also developed to drive growth and improve quality, including a clinical integration effort recently approved by the Federal Trade Commission.

    Mr. Brickman began his career in health care management at Baystate Medical Center, Springfield, Mass., the state's third largest hospital and flagship medical center for Baystate Health, where he spent 17 ½ years in various leadership roles of increasing managerial responsibility, culminating in the position of senior vice president/chief operating officer. He has served as executive vice president and chief operating officer for Meridian Health System, and as president of Meridian Hospitals Corporation. He earned a bachelor's degree in biological sciences at the University of Connecticut, Storrs, and a master's in business administration with an emphasis in health care administration from Temple University in Philadelphia.

    He is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives, and also serves on numerous other civic and professional groups. He and his wife, Elaine, a registered nurse, have three grown children.