Robert M. Walters is a retired Mayo Clinic in Florida administrator. Over a 30+ year career at Mayo Clinic Bob held numerous leadership roles, including: Chief Operating Officer, St. Luke’s Hospital; Chief Operating Officer and Chief Administrative Officer, Mayo Clinic Jacksonville and Project Executive for the new Mayo Clinic Hospital in Florida. He served as the administrative lead for several Mayo Clinic system-wide initiatives, including: Mayo Clinic Practice Convergence, Mayo Clinic Data Governance, ICD 10 Conversion Project and Florida EPIC electronic medical record implementation. He has served on the Mayo Clinic Florida Board of Governors and the St. Luke’s Hospital Board of Directors as well as United Way Board of Trustees, Jacksonville Community Council Board of Directors, Fleet Landing Board of Directors and the Dean’s Council for the Brooks College of Health. Mr. Walters’ contributions to Mayo Clinic were recognized in 2009 with the peer voted “Distinguished Administrator Award”. He joined Mayo Clinic in 1988 after early career administrative roles at the Sisters of Mercy Health Corporation in Michigan and Geisinger Medical Center in Danville, Pennsylvania. He is a Fellow in the American College of Health Care Executives (emeritus).
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