Johns Hopkins Medicine International Leadership Team
Lawrence W. Patrick, M.H.A.
Chief Executive Officer, Johns Hopkins Singapore
Managing Director, Johns Hopkins Medicine International
Lawrence Patrick has spent nearly 20 years working in the private, public and academic health care sectors, including 15 years in the Middle East and Southeast Asia, expanding the Johns Hopkins Medicine mission of excellence in medical education, research and clinical care. His areas of professional focus have included continuous quality improvement, patient satisfaction initiatives, facility planning and development, research programming and administration, continuing medical education and general management.
Mr. Patrick currently serves as the chief executive officer of Johns Hopkins Singapore, a fully branded Johns Hopkins oncology facility in Singapore, where his primary focus is to provide strategic leadership and development for Johns Hopkins Singapore’s emerging growth objectives. Johns Hopkins Singapore is a dynamic public-private partnership in academic medicine between Johns Hopkins Medicine and one of Singapore’s largest public hospitals, designed to expand the provision of high-quality research, education and patient care services.
In a concurrent role as a managing director for Johns Hopkins Medicine International, Mr. Patrick provides guidance and oversight to Johns Hopkins’ subsidiaries in Asia, including network and new business development, providing due diligence support, and supporting existing partners and affiliates with business advisory services. His portfolio includes the management of a Johns Hopkins Medicine International affiliation, Tokyo Midtown Medicine, that brings multi-specialty ambulatory services to patients of central Tokyo—the second ambulatory care program in Japan to be accredited by Joint Commission International.
Mr. Patrick is an active member of several boards of corporate and philanthropic organizations and holds a bachelor’s degree in economics and a master’s degree in health administration.