Philip Patrick Sun


With over thirty years of experience, Mr. Sun has directed and managed health care systems and  institutional capital programs, operations and the planning, design, and construction of over $6.0 billion in institutional settings.

He has been an “owner” for approximately half of his career serving as Executive Director and CEO, senior vice-president and vice president and chief planner and facilities officer for large public systems, a leading medical research university, four year college, as well as vice-president for planning and facilities for one of the largest economic development programs in the United States, and specialty non-profits.  His responsibilities have comprehensive operations, financial operations, program assessments and development, capital planning, management of facility and ancillary services, as well as real estate portfolio management.

Mr. Sun has developed Lean and integrated program management processes which have been successfully applied on engagements for government entities, the not-for-profit sector and the private sector.  These processes have gained recognition, garnered awards for projects; maintained budget and schedule. On an operations level his work processes were recognized by then Governor Locke and the State of Washington with two best practice awards for handling of Y2K at Western Washington University. 

In addition to introducing new processes to the industry, Mr. Sun lectures regularly and has given numerous courses on these subjects at the graduate level in hospital administration and health care planning and development.  He is a member of the Lean Construction Institute and was the leader of a demonstration project for OSHPD in California.  He has also organized numerous symposiums for advocacy groups, community organizations, professional and trade associations in health care delivery and related subjects.