CEO Mimi Robertson: Strong Denver Leader for Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center
"We are in a unique position in our community to have an equal focus on adult, pediatric and neonatal services with a significant commitment to sub specialized expertise. My goals for Presbyterian/St. Luke's are fairly straight forward. As a provider of tertiary care, we will continue to focus on service lines such as orthopedics, oncology, transplant, cardiovascular, surgery and emergency services. We will partner with primary care physicians to align the continuum of care. Most importantly, we will partner with our physicians and staff to provide patient care which is at all times focused on excellent clinical outcomes," says Ms. Robertson.
Prior to serving in her current role, Ms. Robertson served as CEO of Women's & Children's Hospital in Lafayette, La., and the Medical Center of Southwest Louisiana, also in Lafayette.
Ms. Robertson is an active and talented leader taking on many roles in local, state and federal organizations. She has held leadership roles in the Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce, including chair. Ms. Robertson is also a member of the executive committees of the Denver Chamber board of directors, the past chair of the workforce development council for the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce and the Metro Denver Economic Development Corp.
In addition to her leadership roles in Denver, Ms. Robertson's professional involvement includes positions on the board of the Federation of American Hospitals and the Colorado Health and Hospital Association. She also serves on the state board of the March of Dimes.
In April 2011, Ms. Roberson was named 2011 Athena Award Winner by the Colorado Women's Chamber of Commerce. The Athena Award is presented each year to a woman who has combined leadership in her profession, made a significant positive impact on her community and exemplifies social responsibility.
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