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Johns Hopkins Medicine International Leadership Team

Dominic Seraphin, M.H.S.A.

Managing Director

Dominic Seraphin, Johns Hopkins Medicine International staff member

Dominic Seraphin has over 24 years of experience in healthcare administration holding leadership positions for strategy, planning and new business development opportunities with academic and non-academic health systems in highly competitive markets. His core areas of focus are new business planning, operational and clinical program development, campus master planning, joint venture and strategic partnerships, health policy, government relations, marketing and decision support. 

Mr. Seraphin joined Johns Hopkins Medicine in 2005 as Director of Business Planning, and in 2007 became Director of Marketing and Planning at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. Mr. Seraphin oversaw the Medical Center’s business planning for clinical services, marketing & communications activities and patient referral development. As a member of the Executive Council, he focused on the Medical Centers strategic priorities including employee engagement, diversity, quality improvement, patient satisfaction, financial performance and campus redevelopment. During his tenure facility planning and development projects included the expansion of operating rooms, new inpatient unit, new ambulatory medical office building, creation of a freestanding urgent care center, expansion of cancer program with new radiation oncology service and breast center, emergency department expansion and creation of a skilled nursing facility joint venture. Working closely with School of Medicine clinical departments, he served as the Medical Center’s strategy and planning lead for the operating budget process, development of annual management objectives and the ten year financial plan.

Prior to JHM, Mr. Seraphin served as Vice President of Business Development for a 300+ bed community hospital and held leadership positions in strategy, planning and marketing for a large multi-hospital system. He holds a master’s in health services administration from The George Washington University and a bachelor’s of science from Stony Brook University.

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