Trish Lollo Named President of Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital
Trish Lollo has accepted a new leadership position with BJC HealthCare as the president of Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital, effective August 15. She joined Barnes-Jewish Hospital in 2011 and has served as vice president of oncology services at the Siteman Cancer Center, as well as laboratories and radiology.
As hospital president, Lollo will lead the long-term strategic plan that includes revitalizing 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.
“Trish is a proven leader with the natural ability to build relationships and foster the strengths of employees and physicians,” says Bob Cannon, president, Barnes-Jewish Hospital and group president, BJC HealthCare. “Her operational expertise, enthusiasm and patient advocacy will continue to enhance the exceptional care and service provided at Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital.”
At Siteman, Lollo led strategic planning and implementation along with the operational and financial management of inpatient and outpatient departments. During her tenure she advanced multidisciplinary care efforts within clinical programs and played a vital role in increasing Siteman’s national presence as a leader in cancer care. Lollo also had oversight of operations at the Center for Advanced Medicine in South County.
“I am honored to join the Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital family and leadership team,” Lollo says. “I look forward to working in partnership with the employees and physicians to grow and build upon the hospital’s outstanding reputation for excellence in patient care.”
Prior to joining Siteman, Lollo served as associate administrator of oncology services for the University of California San Diego Health System, where she oversaw delivery of cancer care at two hospital campuses and the 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 degree in biology from Stony Brook University and a master’s degree in public health from Yale University. Born and raised in Stony Brook on New York’s Long Island, she was inspired to pursue a career in hospital administration after shadowing the CEO of a teaching hospital in Philadelphia during her senior year of college.
Lollo serves on the board of directors for the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) and BJC Home Care Services.