Burak Malatyali, M.B.A.
Vice President of Operations and Administration
Burak Malatyali oversees a range of activities for Johns Hopkins Medicine’s international and domestic/out-of-state patient services business lines: strategic planning, operations and business development activities. He is responsible for JHI’s administrative functions, including information technology and human resources.
Burak joined Johns Hopkins in 2004. Immediately prior to his current role, he worked as a director in the system planning and development group—tasked to develop and implement growth and expansion strategies for Johns Hopkins Medicine’s hospital and ambulatory network. He was involved in negotiations and integration planning with various health care institutions, physician practices and other entities.
Burak spent the first six years of his career at Hopkins with Johns Hopkins Medicine International in roles of increasing responsibility on all business lines. He was very involved in managing and expanding client relationships—conducting due diligence, strategic planning and consulting—for JHI projects across the globe including in Turkey, Bermuda, Canada, Italy, Portugal, the United Kingdom and Chile. He served in the interim management teams of Hopkins-managed hospitals, responsible for the transition of these hospitals to permanent JHI management staff. He was actively involved in developing strategic business plans for Johns Hopkins Singapore International Medical Centre, Al Rahba Hospital (United Arab Emirates), and Anadolu Medical Center (Turkey). He continues to oversee JHI’s affiliation relationship with Anadolu Medical Center. He served on the Johns Hopkins University’s International Affairs Coordinating Committee from 2006-2010.
Before joining JHM, Burak worked at Ata Invest in Turkey and Accenture Consulting in Germany where he had the opportunity to broaden his experience in finance, information systems and consulting. Mr. Malatyali holds a master’s in business administration degree from Morgan State University and a bachelor’s of Management Information Systems from Bogazici University in Istanbul, Turkey.