Barry S. Rabner
President and CEO
Princeton HealthCare System
Princeton HealthCare System Foundation
Rabner is President and CEO of Princeton HealthCare System (PHCS), a
not-for-profit organization that includes University Medical Center of
Princeton and entities which provide behavioral health,
rehabilitation and home care services. PHCS is also a joint venture partner in fitness and wellness, surgical,
endoscopy and imaging centers. PHCS is
an affiliate of Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. PHCS has 401
beds, 2,300 employees, 45 residents and fellows and a medical staff of 1,118
physicians. The annual operating budget
is approximately $370 million and the organization ranks among the top five percent
in New Jersey in excess revenue. The
acute care hospital has Magnet designation and is ranked first in New Jersey by The Leapfrog Group for cost effectiveness, quality and safety and as a top
performer by The Joint Commission. Becker's
Hospital Review included UMCP on the list of the 100 Great Hospitals in America.
developing a $1.2 billion, 171-acre health care campus in Plainsboro, NJ. The campus opened in May 2012
and includes a $522.7 million replacement acute care hospital, a medical office
building, a pediatric outpatient specialty care center, a skilled nursing and subacute care facility, and ambulatory surgical
center and fitness and wellness center. Other entities under development include assisted living, adult day care, child day care, medical research and age
restricted independent living.
A $175 million
capital campaign was successfully completed in 2012.
joining Princeton HealthCare System, Mr. Rabner served as Acting President and
Chief Executive Officer of Main Line Health, Inc., a not- for-profit corporation
comprising three acute care hospitals, an acute rehabilitation hospital, a
long-term care facility, ambulatory care satellites and a research institute in
the Philadelphia area.
that, Mr. Rabner was Senior Vice President of Main Line Health. He also served
as Senior Vice President of strategic planning for Jefferson Health System in
Philadelphia and for the organization's non-acute services division.
Previously, Mr. Rabner was President and Chief Executive Officer of Bryn Mawr
Rehabilitation Hospital in Bryn Mawr, Pa. Mr. Rabner served Moss Rehabilitation Hospital
in Philadelphia in various positions of increasing responsibility, ultimately
as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. After completing graduate school Mr. Rabner
taught public health, epidemiology and organizational behavior and management
at Boston University Goldman School of Graduate Dentistry.
holds a master's degree in Public Administration from Rutgers University, Newark,
NJ. He completed a graduate
degree in French language and civilization at L'University de Paris du
Sorbonne. He earned a bachelor's degree in zoology and chemistry from the University of Maryland in College Park.