Brian White - Executive Vice President

Brian White

Brian M. White is an executive vice president of LifeBridge Health with oversight over Northwest Hospital and Sinai Hospital, the system’s flagship hospital. He also provides executive leadership for the system’s Division of Radiology, Community Physician Enterprise, Physician Strategy and Network Development, Strategic Marketing and Communications, and Campus Services, consisting of clinical engineering, facilities, construction and real estate.

Mr. White joined LifeBridge Health in 2007 as vice president of business development. He then served as vice president of operations for Northwest Hospital, while continuing business development for the system. In his system role, he created LifeBridge Health’s for-profit Commercial Division (now known as LifeBridge Health Partners) as well as the system’s Community Physician Enterprise. In 2011, Mr. White became senior vice president of LifeBridge Health and president of Northwest Hospital and the Post-Acute Care Services Division. In 2017, he assumed his current role as executive vice president.

A passionate advocate for the community, Mr. White is actively involved with many organizations. He is a member of the President’s Advisory Council at Stevenson University, the Baltimore County Public Schools Superintendent’s Business Advisory Council and the Budget & Finance Committee of the Maryland Hospital Association. He serves on the advisory board of the Power 52 Foundation and the board of directors of the Living Classroom Foundation. In addition, Mr. White is vice chair of the board of directors of the Healthcare Council of the National Capital Area.

Among many distinctions, the Maryland Daily Record has twice recognized Mr. White as an Innovator of the Year, previously naming him a Successful Before 40 VIP. He has also appeared on the Baltimore Business Journal’s Top 40 Under 40 list. Most recently, Chimes Maryland honored Mr. White with its Person of the Year award.

Mr. White received his bachelor’s degree in business from State University of New York Empire State College and his M.B.A. in health care from Regis University.