John Simpkins, MBA, is the Senior Director of Administration and Cancer Service Line and the Chief Administrative Officer of the Cancer Center at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
John Simpkins, MBA, is the Senior Director of Administration and Cancer Service Line and the Chief Administrative Officer of the Cancer Center at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). As an innovative healthcare leader and strategist, John brings over 25 years of experience advancing critical operations and strategic service lines for cancer treatment, while in parallel, advancing breakthrough research to ensure the greatest health impact on patients. John is widely sought after as a trusted healthcare executive partnering with physicians and senior leaders across multiple academia, private and public sectors with a proven track record of developing and optimizing self-sustaining clinical and research programs. As a transformational agent of change, John is a serial relationship builder and resolute leader of high-performing teams inculcating and promoting fresh thinking and continuous learning across organizations. John is the recipient of the inaugural Dr. Beverly J. Lange Service Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Cancer Center at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and for his commitment and dedication to the greater Philadelphia community. John holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from The Johns Hopkins University in Natural Sciences and a Master of Business Administration from Rosemont College in Finance.
Education and Training
BA in Natural Sciences - The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
MBA in Finance - Rosemont College, Bryn Mawr, PA
Titles and Academic Titles
Senior Director of Administration and Cancer Service Line
Dr. Beverly J. Lange Service Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Cancer Center at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
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