CEO Michael Robinson to retire from overseeing Bon Secours hospitals: 4 things to know

Michael Robinson, who oversees three Bon Secours Richmond (Va.) Health System hospitals, will retire next month after more than 30 years of service, according to a Richmond Times-Dispatch report.

Here are four things to know about Mr. Robinson and his retirement.

1. Mr. Robinson will retire Oct. 31.

2. In the health system's statement announcing his retirement, Mr. Robinson said work in Richmond's Church Hill and East End neighborhoods surrounding Richmond [Va.] Community Hospital has perhaps been the most rewarding accomplishment during his tenure, according to the report. He added, "It has been gratifying, both personally and professionally, to see the renewal of Church Hill and the East End in recent years."

3. Mr. Robinson is CEO of Mechanicsville, Va.-based Memorial Regional Medical Center and Richmond Community Hospital and oversees the health system's more recently acquired Rappahannock General Hospital in Kilmarnock, Va.

4. A new CEO has not yet been named to take over for Mr. Robinson.


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