New Administrator Named to MVH Berry Women’s Services
January 15, 2010 - (Dayton, OH) – Robin Schroeder, RN, MSN, has joined Miami Valley Hospital as the administrator for Berry Women’s Services.
In this new position, Schroeder is responsible to ensure that the staff, physicians and other health care providers have all the resources they need to provide excellent care to patients and families utilizing services offered in the Berry Women’s Pavilion.
Schroeder possesses more than15 years of experience in the field of women’s health services. She most recently was the director of Women’s and Children’s Services at Exempla Lutheran Medical Center in Wheat Ridge, Colo. She has held similar positions in women’s services with Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare in Tallahassee, Fla.; St. James Hospital & Health Centers in Chicago Heights & Olympia Fields, Ill.; Resurrection Healthcare in Chicago; and St. Joseph Medical Center in Joliet, Ill.
“We are pleased to have Robin in this new position at Miami Valley Hospital,” said Bobbie Gerhart, executive vice president and chief operating officer. “This role will provide a new level of leadership and support for our physicians and nurses who provide care and health resources to women. Robin’s expertise and leadership will be a valuable asset as we grow our women’s services program.”
As new administrator, Schroeder says, “My goal is simple; Miami Valley Hospital will be the obvious choice for every pregnant woman in the communities we serve. As the only established high risk maternity center in the region, along with our newly expanded Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, we have the expertise, the technology and the experience that is second to none in our area. We want every woman who is a patient in the Berry Building to experience the excellent care we would want for ourselves, our families and our friends.”
Schroeder earned both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in nursing from Lewis University. She is a member of the American Organization of Nurse Executives and has served on many community boards.