President and CEO, The HSC Foundation
Dr. Thomas W. Chapman is President and Chief Executive Officer for The HSC Foundation. The Foundation is the parent corporation for the HSC Health Care System, a nonprofit, integrated health care organization committed to serving individuals and families with special needs and eliminating barriers to health care services faced by these people in the Washington DC metropolitan area. The System is comprised of: The HSC Foundation; The HSC Pediatric Center (formerly The Hospital for Sick Children), a pediatric rehabilitation hospital; Health Services for Children with Special Needs, Inc., a nonprofit care management organization that coordinates health care, social and education services for children and youth with special needs; and HSC Home Care, LLC, a licensed home health agency located in the District of Columbia providing home care services to residents who are infants, children, and teens through the age of 21.
Dr. Chapman received his B.A. degree (1968) in Sociology from St. Anselm's College, his M.P.H. degree (1971) from Yale University, School of Epidemiology and Public Health, and his Ed.D. in the Executive Leadership Program of The George Washington University, Department of Human Development and Education (2000).
His previous positions include Senior Associate Vice President for Network Development, and Professor, Health Services Management and Policy, The George Washington University Medical Center; Chief Executive Officer, The George Washington University Hospital; President, Greater Southeast Healthcare System; and President, Greater Southeast Community Hospital.
Dr. Chapman has provided leadership on advocacy and significant involvement in community service for the nonprofit health care industry. These efforts have been achieved through developing and implementing a wide range of community-based programs, speaking at universities, public agencies and hospitals, writing articles for publications, and interviews with the media about the importance of community services as a societal priority. Under his leadership, the Greater Southeast Community Hospital was awarded the prestigious 1989 Foster G. McGaw Prize for outstanding community service by the American Hospital Association (AHA) and the Baxter Foundation.
Dr. Chapman serves on a variety of corporate boards and committees, and is a consultant to health care organizations and foundations (nationally and internationally). He is a member of the Board of Clarian Health Partners, Kaiser Permanente Board, Eugene and Agnes E. Meyer Foundation Board, The Consumer Health Foundation Board, and the National Initiative for Children's Healthcare Quality (NICHQ) Board. His awards include the 1995-96 Distinguished Alumnus, Association of Yale Alumni in Public Health; 1994 Alonzo Yerby Memorial Award, Harvard School of Public Health; 1994 Community Leadership Award, Health Care for All, Boston, MA; 1991 District of Columbia Regent's Award for Excellence; and the 1989 CEO of the Year, AHA Society for Healthcare Planning and Marketing. He has written articles for Frontiers of Health Services Management; Hospital and Health Networks, Trustee, The Health Forum Journal, Health Management Quarterly, and numerous other trade journals and business magazines.
In addition to the above, Dr. Chapman served as the National Program Director of Opening Doors: Reducing Sociocultural Barriers to Health Care, a national grant initiative sponsored by The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation.
Dr. Chapman authored a book titled, "Management Learning Experiences of CEOs." It was published in 2008.
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