New president and CEO of Seton's hospital division announced

Michelle Robertson Michelle L. Robertson, a registered nurse, has been named president and CEO of Seton's Family of Hospitals.[/caption]

The new president and CEO of Seton Family of Hospitals was announced March 19.


Michelle L. Robertson will assume the role permanently after serving as the acting president and CEO since the departure of Bob Bonar, who left in late 2014 to run a children's hospital in Minnesota.

Family of Hospitals is Seton's largest operating division in the Seton Healthcare Family. Robertson's job duties include lead responsibility of all hospitals under the Seton umbrella. She will also help decide what strategic direction Seton takes in the future for its hospital services. About 8,500 people—out of Seton's 12,500 employees—will now report to Robertson, according to a news release.

Robertson's was previously the vice president and CEO of the Seton's hospitals in the north area of Seton's coverage area, including Seton Medical Center Williamson in Round Rock, Seton Northwest Hospital in Austin and Seton Highland Lakes Hospital in Burnet. She has led several Seton initiatives to improve hospital quality and patient case management, according to the news release.
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By Jennifer Curington

Jennifer covers Austin City Council, its various committees and local business news. After covering Florida's 2013 legislative session she graduated from Georgia Southern University and joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2014.


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