Anatoly Gimburg

Anatoly Gimburg

Vice President, Facilities Management

Anatoly Gimburg has been vice president of facilities management for the Johns Hopkins Health System since February 2020. He is responsible for leading and integrating the department's environmental care, engineering and clinical engineering operations teams.

Drawing on a wealth of international and domestic experience in infrastructure project design and implementation, Gimburg leads efforts to ensure that Johns Hopkins buildings are designed and maintained to provide state-of-the-art environments for patients, families, and faculty and staff members. His team provides services to The Johns Hopkins Hospital, the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center (JHBMC), Johns Hopkins Howard County Medical Center and Johns Hopkins Medical Management Corporation.

Since joining The Johns Hopkins Hospital in 1990 as an electrical designer, Gimburg has made major contributions to Johns Hopkins' infrastructure. His efforts helped create an on-site power source on the East Baltimore campus and significantly reduced carbon dioxide emissions throughout Johns Hopkins Medicine. He was also an integral member of the team leading the engineering design of multiple buildings, including the Sheikh Zayed Tower, The Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children's Center and the Skip Viragh Outpatient Cancer Building, as well as renovations on the East Baltimore medical campus and at JHBMC.

A strong advocate for mentorship and training, Gimburg led his department in the development of three apprenticeship programs. In addition, his team has hosted hundreds of student interns, preparing them for technical, managerial and professional careers in facilities management.

Gimburg earned a degree in electrical engineering from what was then the Belarusian Polytechnic Institute, in Minsk, Belarus.