Jeff O’Neill is the Senior Director of Facilities at Penn Medicine’s Pennsylvania Hospital, the nation’s first hospital. Facilities is responsible for the maintenance of the physical plant, security, and cleanliness, while developing and implementing capital construction projects. Previous roles at Penn Medicine Director of Engineering, and Senior Project Manager for Real Estate, Design and Construction, which include four hospitals and multiple outpatient sites. Before joining Penn Medicine in 2006, Jeff worked at the Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Philadelphia, and Vitetta, an architecture consulting firm, progressing to shareholder and Healthcare Program Manager.
Jeff holds a Bachelors of Architecture degree from Catholic University, is a Registered Architect in Pennsylvania, holds certifications from the American College of Healthcare Architects and the American Hospital Association as a Certified Health Facilities Manager. Professional society memberships include the American Institute of Architects, the National Fire Protection Agency, the American Society for Healthcare Engineers, and the International Code Council.
Jeff is currently active in Building Code Development as Vice Chair of the International Code Council’s Health Care Committee, Vice Chair of the International Existing Building Code committee, and member of the ICC Interpretations Committee.