Moffitt Cancer Center Executive Leadership

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Roger Bradley, MBA, MHA, CHFM, CHC, CHEP, CLSSGB

Roger Bradley, MBA, MHA, CHFM, CHC, CHEP, CLSSGB, is the vice president of Facilities & Support Services. He has more than 25 years of experience leading and providing strategic direction over various aspects of health care operations, including design, construction, development, bio-medical, engineering, real estate, facilities, environmental services, and safety and security.

Bradley graduated from Purdue University School of Engineering and has master’s degrees in business and healthcare administration from Indiana Wesleyan University.

Prior to joining the Moffitt Cancer Center team, Bradley served as the regional director of Facilities at BayCare Health System. Before working at BayCare Health System, Bradley was the regional director of Operations & Facilities Administration at Indiana University Health.

Bradley holds the distinction as a certified healthcare facilities manager, certified healthcare constructor, certified healthcare emergency professional and a certified lean Six Sigma Green Belt professional.

He has chaired several committees for the American Society of Healthcare Engineers and is an active member of NFPA and Florida Healthcare Engineers Association.