President, Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital
Trish Lollo is president of Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital, a community medical center located in west St. Louis County.As hospital president, Lollo leads the long-term strategic plan that includes transforming the campus and ensuring that Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital is positioned for growth, and continues to provide the excellent, personal care for which the staff and physicians are known.
Prior to being named president in 2016, Lollo joined Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine. Siteman is the only cancer center in Missouri and within a 240-mile radius of St. Louis to hold the Comprehensive Cancer Center Designation from the National Cancer Institute.
During her five years there she served as vice president of oncology services, laboratories, radiology and the Center for Advanced Medicine in South County. She led strategic
planning and implementation along with the operational and financial management of inpatient and outpatient departments. She fostered multidisciplinary care efforts within clinical programs, had oversight in launching the S. Lee Kling Center for Proton Therapy and played a vital role increasing Siteman’s national presence.
Prior to joining Siteman, Lollo served as associate administrator of oncology services for UC San Diego Health, where she oversaw delivery of cancer care at two hospital campuses and UC San Diego Moores Cancer Center, also a National Cancer Institute-Designated Comprehensive Cancer Center.
She previously held several positions at New York University Medical Center, including administrative director of the Hassenfeld Children’s Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders. She earned a bachelor’s in biology from Stony Brook University and a master’s degree in public health from Yale University.
Lollo serves on the board of directors for BJC Home Care Services.
Lollo was born and raised in Stony Brook on New York’s Long Island. She decided to pursue a career in hospital administration after shadowing the CEO of a teaching hospital in Philadelphia during college. She resides in Illinois with her husband and two boys.