Warren A. Green
President and Chief Executive Officer
Warren Green has total responsibility for LifeBridge Health, which is the parent company for Sinai Hospital, Northwest Hospital, Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Hospital, Courtland Gardens Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Sinai Rehabilitation, LifeBridge Health and Fitness as well as a number of other smaller subsidiaries in Baltimore, Maryland. He received both his B.A. in English and Master of Science in Health Care Administration degrees from the University of Pittsburgh. Prior to entering the voluntary healthcare field, Green served as a Lieutenant in the Medical Service Corps of the United States Naval Reserve, in Portsmouth, Virginia.
Upon discharge from the Navy Green became the Associate Executive Director of the Eye and Ear Hospital in Pittsburgh. In June, 1977 he was appointed both Senior Vice President of the Albert Einstein Medical Center, and General Director of the Mount Sinai-Daroff Division in Philadelphia. Upon leaving Philadelphia, he spent eight years in Minneapolis, first as President of Mount Sinai Hospital, then as Senior Vice President of East Region, Health One, and as Chief Executive Officer, United Hospital. He came to Sinai Hospital in June 1991 where he began his tenure as President and Chief Executive Officer. Following the merger and the creation of Sinai Health System (SHS), Green was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of SHS, which oversaw the day-to-day operations of both Sinai Hospital and Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Hospital. In October 1998, LifeBridge Health was formed by the merger of SHS and Northwest Health System, and he was appointed the President and Chief Executive Officer.
Warren Green’s most recent professional activities include serving on the boards and various board and executive committees of the United Way of Central Maryland, the Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore, the American Red Cross-Central Maryland Chapter, and the Center Club of Baltimore. He is a member of the Executive Committee of the Maryland Hospital Association, and serves as Chairman of its Compensation Committee. Green also serves on the Performance Work Group Committee of Premier, Inc. and holds a faculty appointment as associate/partner in the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health.