President and CEO
Atlantic Health System

Brian Gragnolati is President and CEO of Atlantic Health System. Mr. Gragnolati is a board member of the American Hospital Association (AHA), responsible for leading hospitals and health systems in the advancement of individual and community health and wellness. He serves on the AHA’s executive and investment committees, and chairs its operations committee. In 2015, Gragnolati received the AHA’s Partnership for Action Grassroots Champion Award, recognizing one hospital leader from each state who has effectively educated elected officials on major issues affecting hospitals and advocated for hospitals and patients.

Prior to his tenure at Atlantic Health System, Gragnolati served as SVP, Community Division of Johns Hopkins Medicine, and President and CEO of Suburban Hospital. He previously held executive positions at WellSpan Health, the Medical Center Hospital of Vermont, and Baystate Medical Center in Springfield, MA.

In his role at Atlantic Health System, Gragnolati leads the organization’s commitment to the search for innovative treatments and technologies, empowering physicians and investigators to deliver groundbreaking advances in patient care. With $2.6 billion in revenue and 16,000 employees, Atlantic Health System comprises Chilton Medical Center in Pompton Plains; Goryeb Children’s Hospital and Morristown Medical Center in Morristown; Hackettstown Medical Center in Hackettstown; Overlook Medical Center in Summit; and Newton Medical Center in Newton. Beyond the system’s medical centers, Gragnolati has responsibility for Atlantic Rehabilitation, Atlantic Home Care and Hospice, Atlantic Ambulance Corporation, and Atlantic Medical Group, which employs 900 community-based physicians. The system sponsors two accountable care organizations with 390,000 attributed lives, and is a member of AllSpire Health Partners.

Gragnolati serves on the board of Paper Mill Playhouse and is a proponent of their incredible work in arts accessibility, which makes theatre available to audience members with disabilities. He and his wife, Donna, live in Mendham, New Jersey.