Bruce Patterson joined MSL in 2012, and serves as a Senior Consultant. He has 40 years of experience in the not-for-profit healthcare facilities management arena. He has held various positions of responsibility, and recently served as Executive Director of Facilities and Properties for Peninsula Regional Medical Center, a 370-bed facility, located on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. At Peninsula, Bruce was responsible for all aspects of facility planning, design, construction, property acquisition, maintenance, safety, security, housekeeping and patient transport. Emergency Operations and Medical Technology Management were also areas assigned to Bruce’s duties. Peninsula Regional has recently completed of a major expansion project including 218,000 square feet of new construction as well as an additional 80,000 square feet of renovated clinical and ancillary space. Patterson has guided the entire master planning and design effort and was administratively responsible for the construction activities.
Prior to joining Peninsula Regional, Bruce worked for the Greater Baltimore Medical Center, within the Maintenance and Plant Operations Department. Bruce’s educational background is in power plant engineering and business management. Bruce also served on the Premier Facilities Group Purchasing Committee for over 8 years. He currently serves as a volunteer for the March of Dimes, is immediate past President of Urban Salisbury, a Main Street Corporation, and Vice President of Properties for the Delmarva Council of the Boy Scouts of America. Bruce also provides consulting services for healthcare, in the areas of facilities management and regulatory compliance.