W. “Gill” Wylie is President of Johns Hopkins Medical Management Corporation, and is
responsible for the development, finance, leasing, operations and program
management for all of Johns Hopkins Medicine’s Healthcare and Surgery Centers in
Maryland.. Under a succession of ascending positions, Gill has held these
responsibilities since 1992. Gill’s current portfolio of projects includes Johns Hopkins
Medicine at Green Spring Station, White Marsh, Columbia, Odenton and various other
The first and largest Health Care and Surgery Center, opened in 1994 is Johns Hopkins
at Green Spring Station. which is comprised of 225,000 square feet of medical
services, including an primary care, specialty care, an ambulatory surgery center, and
a full spectrum of diagnostic imaging services Johns Hopkins Medicine at Green
Spring Station serves more than 500,000 patient visits per year from the BaltimoreWashington
Gill began his career with Johns Hopkins Medicine in 1985. His early responsibilities
included market research, marketing, capital budgeting, strategic and long term
planning, program design and implementation, departmental administration of both
Psychiatry and Oncology, and then directing the clinical operations for 220 inpatient
beds for the Department of Medicine.
Prior to coming to Johns Hopkins, Gill spent three years at Georgetown University,
where, as a Program Associate, he assisted the Project Director in monitoring two
national grant programs of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the High Risk Young
People’s Program and the Community Hospital-Physician Practice Program.
Gill was born and raised in New York City as one of five children. He graduated from
Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts, in 1978, with a BA in Design; and, then
from the University of Pittsburgh in 1984, with a Masters in Public Health. Gill married
Mary Anne Styka in 1988. Gill and Mary Anne have two sons: Gill, who is a sophomore
in the International Affairs program at George Washington University; and, Henry, who
is a junior at Archbishop Curley High School.
Gill completed the Baltimore County Leadership Program in 2000, and among many
other professional and community boards, he has served on the Board of Directors of
Howard County General Hospital since 2007. In his free time, Gill and his family enjoy
community service, travel and sports.
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