Terry Wilkerson Joins St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital as Vice President of Facilities and Support Services
St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital (St. Luke’s) announces that Terry L. Wilkerson, PE, has joined as Vice President of Facilities and Support Services. In this role, Wilkerson will be responsible for all facility operations for the 719-bed hospital as well as Property Management for the O’Quinn Medical Tower
“Terry’s strong leadership skills combined with his extensive facility management expertise make him ideal for this position. We are truly delighted to have him join the St. Luke’s team,” says Margaret M. Van Bree, DrPH, chief executive officer, St. Luke’s, and senior vice president, St. Luke’s Episcopal Health System.
Prior to joining St. Luke’s, Wilkerson served as Vice President for Facilities and Support Services at the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics, where he was responsible for a 471-bed facility with more than 80 clinics at multiple sites. Leading and directing all areas of facilities management, he managed an operating budget of more than $63 million.
Wilkerson’s extensive emergency preparedness background includes service as a U.S. Navy Emergency Preparedness Liaison Officer, responsible for coordinating efforts with the state’s Emergency Management Officials and National Guard Joint Force headquarters, and FEMA Region for navy support in the event of a disaster.
Dedicated to serving others, Wilkerson is a captain in the U.S. Navy Reserve, Civil Engineer Corps and served in Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Desert Storm. Wilkerson received his Bachelor of Electrical Engineering from Auburn University and is a Registered Professional Engineer in the State of Wisconsin.