Boston, MA – Following an extensive national search, Douglas Carney, MBA, has been named Brigham Health’s senior vice president of Real Estate, Facilities and Operations, starting Oct. 15.
“Doug’s extensive leadership experience and track record of overseeing major capital projects and complex facilities initiatives at significant scale within a premiere academic medical system made him both the clear choice among the diverse set of candidates and the perfect fit for our institution,” said Ron M. Walls, MD, Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer at Brigham Health and Neskey Family Professor of Emergency Medicine at Harvard Medical School.
Carney currently serves as senior vice president for Facilities, Real Estate and Capital Program at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, and previously practiced as an architect for over 35 years, both in private practice and as a partner at Sustainable Program Management. Earlier in his career, Carney served in facilities and real estate leadership roles in the Jefferson Health System and at the University of Pennsylvania.
While at CHoP, Carney collaborated with senior leadership and the board in successfully planning and leading an extensive expansion of the hospital’s main campus and its network, and previously served as a non-voting member of the Finance and Capital Program Committee and Buildings and Grounds Sub-committee of the CHoP Board of Trustees.
Carney graduated from Carnegie Mellon University and earned a master’s in business administration from Eastern University.