Barry S. Rabner is President and CEO of Princeton HealthCare System (PHCS), a not-for-profit organization that includes University Medical Center at Princeton, Princeton House Behavioral Health, Princeton Rehabilitation Services, Princeton Home Care Services and Princeton Surgical Center. PHCS is a joint venture partner in Princeton Fitness & Wellness Center. University Medical Center at Princeton is an acute care, teaching hospital and a University Hospital Affiliate of UMDNJ – Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. It is a Clinical Research Affiliate of The Cancer Institute of New Jersey. Princeton HealthCare System also operates several additional affiliates. It has more than 450 beds, 3,100 employees, 45 residents and fellows from the UMDNJ – Robert Wood Johnson Residency Training Programs, and an active medical staff of 960 physicians and dentists. The annual operating budget is approximately $350 million.
Under Barry’s leadership, the Princeton HealthCare System opened a new $1.1 billion, 171-acre healthcare campus in Plainsboro, New Jersey in June 2012. The campus includes a $635m replacement acute care hospital as well as a medical office building, fitness and wellness center, an adult day care center and child day care center, a skilled nursing facility assisted living and independent living facilities, and a pediatric outpatient pavilion. A co-generation facility, coupled with thermal storage and photovoltaics and the development of a 32-acre park are examples of the sustainable focus of the new campus.
Before joining Princeton HealthCare System, he 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.
Prior to that, Barry 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, Barry was President and Chief Executive Officer of Bryn Mawr Rehabilitation Hospital in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. Barry 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 Barry taught public health, epidemiology and organizational behavior and management at Boston University Goldman School of Graduate Dentistry.
Barry holds a Master’s degree in Public Administration from Rutgers University, Newark, New Jersey. He completed a graduate degree in French language and civilization at L’Universite de Paris du Sorbonne. He earned Bachelor’s degrees in Zoology and Chemistry from the University of Maryland in College Park.