Chief Growth Officer
Maryland Proton Treatment Center
As a cancer survivor, Jill Rosenberg wants to be a resource to others who are experiencing the challenges she’s faced.
Currently chief growth officer at the Maryland Proton Treatment Center, she’s helped the more than 1,000 patients treated at the center with innovative programs developed to enhance patient care. These include a concierge service that aids patients in making needed arrangements before their treatment, helps coordinate communication among patients’ physicians during treatment and smooths their transition back home.
Rosenberg also founded the “Magic Castle” program at the Maryland Proton Treatment Center in which children are invited to write three wishes and place them inside the castle on their first day of treatment, knowing they will be fulfilled on the final treatment day. Rosenberg has secured funding to run the program for the next 20 years.
“The impressive changes that she has made within our organization have improved outcomes for our patients, and we look forward to seeing what she does next,” says Jeremy Steinberg, managing director and director of strategic growth at the center.