Jennifer has 26 years of Total Industry experience. She is responsible for managing the planning, design and construction process for facility projects, with a focus on the development and implementation of clinical/non-clinical equipment planning. She has worked on 150+ projects lifetime, representing a cumulative value of more than $407 million and is involved in numerous professional organizations, including the American College of Clinical Engineering, Healthcare Technology Foundation, Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation, American Society for Health Engineering, Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society, and the Gateway Biomedical Society. Jennifer was a team member for the 2015 ASHE Vista Award for Renovation - Mercy Hospital St. Louis, 2nd Floor Women’s Health Center.
Her recent projects include the SSM Saint Louis University Medical Campus Renewal project, the St. Elizabeth Replacement Hospital and with Mercy Jefferson a three story New Patient Tower, Cancer Center, Diagnostic Cardiology, Women’s Services and a variety of clinics. Also with Mercy St. Louis, the New Patient Tower Equipment comprising NICU, PICU, General Pediatric, MICU, TICU, and Burn Center. Other projects include Surgery Expansion/Renovation, Central Sterile Expansion, GI Lab Expansion with ERCP Imaging, Radiosurgery Equipment, CT Replacement, Electrophysiology Lab Replacement, Mercy Children’s Hospital Tests and Treatments, Peripheral Vascular Lab Replacement, Pharmacy comprising robotic dispensing, and Women’s Services including Fetal Care, Triage, Labor & Birth, Post Partum, and Low Risk Birthing Center.
Jennifer earned her Master of Science in biomedical engineering at Hartford Graduate Center/Trinity College in Hartford, CT and her Bachelor of Science in engineering at Marquette University in Milwaukee, WI.