Mark Sevco, MBA, MHA

President UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh

Mark Sevco, MBA, MHA is the president of UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh. UPMC Children’s Hospital is consistently ranked as among the Best Children’s Hospitals in the United States by U.S. New & World Report. It leads the way in advanced technology as the first pediatric hospital in the country to achieve Stage 7 recognition from HIMSS Analytics for its electronic health record and has been recognized by KLAS as the number one pediatric hospital in its use of health care information technology, and is frequently recognized as one of the most beautiful children’s hospital in the country.

While carrying these responsibilities, Mark also works for UPMC on many special projects and plays an active role in UPMC’s merger and integration efforts with other hospitals state-wide. Mark has also traveled to China and Dubai assisting UPMC’s international efforts and is also the executive director of the UPMC Administrative Fellowship Program, an executive training program for UPMC.

Mark has served UPMC in various capacities for more than 27 years. Prior to his role as president of UPMC Children’s, Mark was COO of UPMC Pinnacle, which is a multi-hospital system in central Pennsylvania with approximately $2B in revenue and 12,000 employees. Prior to that, Mark served as president of UPMC East and UPMC McKeesport, vice president of Operations for UPMC Presbyterian Shadyside, president of UPMC Braddock, executive director of the Department of Pediatrics at UPMC Children’s Hospital, executive director and vice president of the UPMC Cardiovascular Institute, executive administrator for UPMC physician services division, and business planning and development associate for UPMC Magee-Women’s Hospital.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in applied mathematics, a master’s degree in business administration, and a master’s degree in health administration from the University of Pittsburgh. Additionally, he is an adjunct professor for the Graduate School of Public Health at the University of Pittsburgh.

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