News Release: HAP Adds Warren Kampf to Senior Leadership Team
March 18, 2019
The Hospital and Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania (HAP) is pleased to announce that, on April 1, Warren Kampf will join its senior leadership team as the new senior vice president, advocacy and external affairs.
In this newly created role, Kampf will oversee the association’s legislative advocacy and communications teams, leading work to communicate the hospital community’s value and priorities to state and national policymakers, stakeholders, and Pennsylvania’s families.
“I am thrilled to join HAP’s team in support of its mission as a leading advocate for better health in Pennsylvania,” Kampf said.
“A strong hospital community is critical to the health and wellbeing of the commonwealth’s families, as well as its economy; and I look forward to helping the association and its members share their stories with leaders in Harrisburg, Washington, D.C., and beyond.”
Kampf will join HAP following a distinguished tenure in the state House of Representatives, where he served a suburban Philadelphia district for four terms. During his time in the legislature, Kampf championed pension and medical liability reform, and played a key role in the House Appropriations Committee’s efforts to reauthorize the hospital Quality Care Assessment.
Kampf’s public service also includes seven years as Tredyffrin Township supervisor, and tenures as a public defender in Chester County, as a deputy prosecutor in the York County District Attorney’s Office, and as an Assistant District Attorney for Philadelphia County. Additionally, Kampf served as partner and counsel at White and Williams, LLP for 20 years.
“As health care continues its rapid evolution, I am glad to have Warren at the helm of our new division of advocacy and external affairs,” said Andy Carter, HAP’s president and chief executive officer.
“In creating this new division, we are further elevating our critical advocacy work on behalf of our members. Warren brings to HAP a proven track record of bipartisan collaboration and thoughtful decision-making, and the hospital community’s advocacy will be in excellent hands.”
Kampf received a bachelor’s degree from Yale University and a Juris Doctor from Emory University School of Law. He has two children, Drew and Julia; and his wife, Megan, is an attorney.