Wellington Regional Medical Center recently announced the promotion of Robbin Lee (shown above) to chief executive officer. She took over the position Thursday, Aug. 1.
Lee is a seasoned healthcare executive with 30 years of experience. She has served in various senior-level positions throughout her career and brings extensive healthcare management and leadership skills to the WRMC team.
Prior to taking the position in Wellington, Lee served as the chief operating officer of HCA-owned JFK Medical Center and Lawnwood Regional Medical Center, both in Florida. She has also served as the chief executive officer of Northlake Medical Center in Atlanta, senior vice president of operations of Stamford Health System in Connecticut and associate administrator at Emory Healthcare in Atlanta.
Lee is a registered nurse and earned her master’s degree in business administration from Emory University. A Georgia native, she started her healthcare career as a unit nurse at Georgia Baptist Medical Center in Atlanta. Lee has earned numerous honors and awards, and has served on various community boards. She currently resides in Palm Beach County with her husband, Robert.
Wellington Regional Medical Center is a 233-bed, acute-care facility and medical center serving central Palm Beach County and the surrounding region since 1986. It is a thriving community hospital, proud to offer the high-tech advantages of larger hospitals with the personalized care of a hometown provider.
For more information about Wellington Regional Medical Center, call (561) 798-8500 or visit www.wellingtonregional.com.