Thomas Magliocchetti joined Rhode Island Hospital's administrative team in December of 2000. Magliocchetti is responsible for Rhode Island Hospital's day-to-day operations in facilities maintenance and plant operations, in-house construction, environmental services, hospital security, campus-wide parking, general facilities safety, environmental compliance, emergency preparedness, food and nutrition services and hospital office services. Magliocchetti also oversees Lifespan's central laundry services.
Prior to joining the Rhode Island Hospital team, Magliocchetti served in facilities leadership positions at St. Elizabeth's Medical Center of Boston, Roger Williams Medical Center, Mount Auburn Hospital, Newton Wellesley Hospital and Boston City Hospital.
Magliocchetti holds a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering from the University of Rhode Island and a master of science degree in biomedical engineering and a master of engineering degree in electrical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Magliocchetti created the American Medical Resources Foundation in 1988. This non-profit organization provides used but functional donated medical equipment and medical equipment training services to developing nations worldwide. Magliocchetti serves as a volunteer president and board member for this organization.