Ann Clark
Vice President, Institute Strategy for Hospital-Based Services and Bone and Joint Institute

Ms. Clark has more than 30 years of health care experience in both academic and community institutions. In her role at Cooper University Health Care, she has responsibility for the daily management and coordination of operations, as well as the development and implementation of the mission, long range strategic plans, goals and objectives for the Center for Hospital-Based Services and the Bone and Joint Institute. 

Prior to joining Cooper, Ms. Clark served as Vice President, Clinical and Support Services, at Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals. She also acted as the Women and Children’s Service Line Administrator and oversaw Rehabilitation Services, Regulatory and Accreditation, and Urban Health Awareness. Ann has also held leadership positions with HCA/Healthcare and HealthSouth. 

Ms. Clark is a graduate of Quinnipiac University with a bachelor of science degree in occupational therapy. She earned her master of science degree in health care administration from Simmons University. She is also trained as a Change Agent.