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Johns Hopkins Medicine International Leadership Team

S. Dominic Seraphin, M.H.A.

Administrator, International Clinic & Medical Services

S. Dominic Seraphin

Mr. Seraphin is administrator for Johns Hopkins Medicine International’s medical services and international clinic. In partnership with the clinical director, he is responsible for daily operations and implementation of strategic vision, program initiatives and operational expansions for the international clinic and Johns Hopkins Medicine International’s overseas clinical services. He helps facilitate the relationship between Johns Hopkins Medicine International and Johns Hopkins Medicine clinical departments to coordinate integrated patient care and develop business opportunities.

Mr. Seraphin has more than 25 years of experience in health care administration, holding leadership positions for strategy, planning and business development with academic and nonacademic health systems in highly competitive markets. Mr. Seraphin joined Johns Hopkins Medicine in 2005 as director of business planning, and in 2007, he became director of marketing and planning at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. He oversaw facility planning and development projects, including the expansion of operating rooms and the Emergency Department, and the additions of a radiation oncology service and breast center. During his tenure, Johns Hopkins Bayview also entered a skilled nursing facility joint venture and established a freestanding urgent care center.

He moved to Johns Hopkins Medicine International in 2013 as a managing director for global services, overseeing project management and business development for southern Asia. In January 2017, he transitioned to full-time director of the international clinic. 

Prior to working with Johns Hopkins, Mr. Seraphin served as vice president of business development for a 300-plus bed community hospital and held leadership positions in strategy, planning and marketing for a large multihospital system. He holds a master’s degree in health services administration from the George Washington University and a bachelor’s degree from Stony Brook University.