Davide M. Carbone Named among 40 Most Powerful People in Palm Beach County 
Tuesday, 31 July 2007 

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - Davide M. Carbone, FACHE, CEO of 463-bed St. Mary's Medical Center and 81-bed Nicklaus Children's Hospital, has been named one of the 40 most powerful people in Palm Beach County.

Carbone was chosen for leading St. Mary's Medical Center, one of Palm Beach County's oldest and largest hospitals, and Nicklaus Children's Hospital, "the health care epicenter for critically ill children in four counties north and west of Palm Beach."




Davide M. Carbone, CEO 

Since taking over CEO leadership at SMMC and NCH, Carbone has utilized his experience in implementing facility and technological improvements, strengthening service line development and expansion, resulting in steady growth for the hospital. In addition to providing vital hospital leadership, Carbone continues to support the local community by serving as a Trustee Member for the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches and is the 2007 Walk Chair for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s annual Light the Night Walk. Through his extensive involvement and contributions throughout the community, Carbone has acquired a reputation as a respected civic and business leader and an informed, experienced and knowledgeable professional in his field.    

Prior to assuming his role at SMMC and NCH, Carbone was most recently the Vice President of Operations and Market Initiatives for the Hospital Corporation of America (HCA), with primary responsibilities for the South Florida and West Virginia regions, and had a 13-year tenure as CEO of Aventura Hospital and Medical Center, a 407-bed acute care medical/surgical facility in Aventura, Fla.  

Carbone earned a Master of Health Administration from Duke University, Durham, N.C. and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Biology from Clark University, Worcester, Mass. A native of Boston, Mass., Carbone and his wife of 22 years, Barbara Ann Miller, a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit nurse, have spent 15 years in South Florida and are the proud parents of two sons, Brian and Johnathan.

The 40 most powerful people in Palm Beach County ran in The Palm Beacher, Jupiter and Boca Raton magazine's July 2007 issue.