Patrick Nolan, Gillette Children’s Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President of Finance and Infrastructure, was named a 2022 CFO of the year by the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal.
Since 2017, Patrick Nolan has been bringing his positivity and expertise to an unsung part of health care: Finance. As the executive vice president of Finance and Infrastructure, he’s made strategy-driven decisions that help reduce costs for the organization – and for Gillette Children’s patients and families. Nolan was among a select group of executives named a 2022 CFO of the Year by the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal. He says he’s most excited about Gillette’s new opportunities.
“What excites me most about our future is that we are ready to bring Gillette’s care model to the world and change how conditions such as cerebral palsy are treated today.” Nolan adds, “I think about our staff of elite clinicians and how they’re supported by the best care teams, researchers, administrative supporters, and leaders. I think about our care model and multidisciplinary expertise, and I think about our technology and resources. I know we are ready to do great things.”
Prior to joining Gillette, Patrick held management and leadership positions in three healthcare systems while participating actively in community volunteer efforts. A graduate of Winona State University, Patrick completed his graduate studies at St. Mary’s University of Minnesota.
“There’s something special about contributing to a team where everyone brings unique expertise, and your goal is achieving the best outcome for kids with complex brain, bone, and movement conditions. It’s very rewarding work and I’m lucky I get to be a part of it.”
About Gillette Children’s
Gillette Children's specializes in treating complex brain, bone and movement conditions that begin in childhood. We provide comprehensive services, highly trained specialists, an integrated team approach, family-centered care and a lifetime of services.