BALTIMORE — (January 7, 2015) — MedStar Harbor Hospital appoints prominent Baltimore business leaders Timothy Barnhill, Thomas Geddes and Major General Courtney B. Wilson to its Board of Directors. Bringing a combined 81 years of expertise to the hospital’s 14-member board, the unique insight and regional expertise of these three innovative business developers will help lead the hospital in fulfilling its mission to provide the highest quality of care to the Baltimore community.
Timothy Barnhill, AIA, EDAC, LEED AP, principal/vice president of Hord Coplan Macht, Inc., has over 20 years of architectural experience, focused on project development and design.
Joining the Baltimore-based multidisciplinary design firm in 2003, Barnhill specializes in the master planning and design of complex healthcare, senior living and corporate facilities. His portfolio includes various major projects with a variety of Maryland clients, including the University of Maryland Medical Center, Mercy Medical Center, Levindale Geriatric Hospital, Erickson Living, the National Aquarium in Baltimore, the Baltimore Ravens and Tessco Technologies.
Barnhill received a bachelor's degree in Design Architecture from Arizona State University and continued his education with a master’s degree in Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania. He is a member of the American Institute of Architecture and the Urban Land Institute.
Thomas Geddes, managing partner of KDP Investments, LLC, a private, single-client investment firm, has enjoyed a varied career in the nonprofit sector and in wealth management. Founded by Geddes in 2012, KDP serves as the private office of Kevin A. Plank, chairman and CEO of Under Armour, Inc. Geddes and his team oversee the family’s investments and philanthropic contributions.
Previously, Geddes served as partner and investment advisor at Passive Capital Management, LLC, providing independent investment advice and portfolio management services to individual and institutional investors.
Born and raised in England, Geddes came to the United States in 1996 as a Morehead Scholar at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. He continued his education in England, receiving a master’s degree from the University of Cambridge, and returned back to the United States to receive a master’s degree from Johns Hopkins University.
Courtney B. Wilson, executive director of The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum, is a recognized pioneer in design, community involvement and asset management in the Baltimore community.
Joining the Museum in 1997 as the chief curator and director of Interpretation, he quickly rose through the ranks, becoming deputy director and chief curator in 1998 and was promoted to his current role as executive director in 2000. Under Wilson’s leadership, he has more than tripled the Museum’s annual operating budget through intensive fundraising initiatives, sponsorship programs and marketing campaigns.
Before coming to the Museum, he spent 17 years as the CEO of Courtney B. Wilson & Associates, a museum exhibit consulting and design firm. Prior to that, he spent 14 years with the United States National Park Service.
A Baltimore native, Wilson holds a bachelor's degree in American History from Western Maryland College and master’s degree in American History from Morgan State University. He serves on a number of heritage/history institutional boards and is the only two-time winner of the Academy Award as Attractions Professional of the Year.
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About MedStar Harbor Hospital
For more than a century, MedStar Harbor Hospital has grown alongside the communities it serves in Baltimore City, and Anne Arundel, Baltimore and Howard counties. The hospital was first established in 1903 as a small community clinic servicing the waterfront community in Baltimore. More than 100 years later, the 179-bed hospital continues to offer the personal touch of a community hospital while incorporating the excellence of a high technology medical center. It has been the recipient of the Delmarva Foundation’s highest honor, the Excellence Award for Quality for Hospitals, in 2001, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014.
With more than 400 physicians representing 30 medical and surgical specialties, and 1,400 employees, the hospital offers a full range of health care services for patients from infancy through the senior years. MedStar Harbor’s specialty areas include orthopaedics, women’s services, cancer care, diabetes care, fetal assessment, cardio-pulmonary rehabilitation, and treatment of chronic lung conditions. The hospital’s continuum of care also includes wellness programs, outpatient services, and inpatient treatment.
MedStar Harbor is part of MedStar Health, a non-profit, regional healthcare system with 10 hospitals and more than 20 other health-related services in the Maryland and Washington, D.C. area. MedStar Health's patient-first philosophy emphasizes service, quality and safety, combining compassionate care and clinical excellence. More than a half-million patients trust their care to MedStar Health each year.