Tom Doolan is a co-founder of EDCare and has over 50 years of successful experience in healthcare, construction and manufacturing corporations. He has been instrumental in restructuring and repositioning healthcare organizations and manufacturing companies for growth and profit. In addition, he has served on the board of several not-for-profit corporations such as DayTop (NYC).
He has served on the Board of The Meadows, a nationally recognized substance abuse and addiction center. He has also been a pro bono consultant to several other substance abuse and eating disorder centers located in Arizona and Florida. Currently, Tom sits on the Board of EDCare (formerly named Eating Disorder Center of Denver). Throughout his career, he has significantly volunteered his time with The United Way, American Heart Association and other non-profit organizations.
Tom has been a guest lecturer for the American Hospital Association, American Management Association and The New School. He has an MBA degree from Bernard Baruch Graduate School, City University of New York and a BA degree in psychology from Fordham University. He has held professorships at The Arthur T. Roth Graduate School, C.W. Post University, The Graduate School for Allied Health Sciences, State University of New York at Stony Brook and Suffolk Community College. He is also the author of numerous articles on healthcare subjects and throughout his career has interacted extensively with top government and business leaders to actualize healthcare reform.
Tom received the prestigious Ellis Island Medal of Honor, The Senior Healthcare Regent’s Award by the American College of Healthcare Executives, and the American Heart Association’s Distinguished Achievement Award. In the Executive Edition of Newsday’s Long Island Business Report, he was singled out as “one of five people to watch”. He has also achieved Life Diplomate status in the American College of Health Care Executives.
Tom is married to his wife Betty and have one son, Brian. Together they reside in Southold, New York. Tom’s interests include playing traditional Irish music on the button accordion/harmonica and painting watercolors, oils and pastels.