Robin Singleton: Executive Search Consultant, North America

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Robin Singleton

Robin Singleton serves as managing partner of the firm's global Healthcare Services & Solutions Practice.  Read more >

Robin Singleton serves as managing partner of the firm's global Healthcare Services & Solutions Practice. She is a well-recognized and respected consultant in both the nonprofit and for profit healthcare sectors. Based in the firm's Atlanta, Georgia office, Robin has conducted hundreds of senior- level executive searches over a career span of 30 years solely in the healthcare industry.

DHR International is one of the world’s largest executive search firms with a wide variety of practices ranging from healthcare, technology, non-profit, sports and entertainment, financial services, life sciences and industrial sectors. The firm’s Healthcare Practice focuses on health systems and physician provider enterprises, health services companies, consulting, managed care, and PE healthcare opportunities among others.

Prior to joining DHR International, Robin was a senior partner and stock holder at a national retained executive search firm specializing in the healthcare industry.  Robin is active in a number of professional and community organizations including: ACHE consultant forum board, and is an annual ACHE Congress presenter.  She also sits on the Board of AGNITY Healthcare and is a current Elder at Roswell Presbyterian Church.

Originally from Washington, D.C., Robin is married with four grown children. A graduate of Jacksonville State University, Robin holds a BS in Business Administration.

As a two-time cancer survivor, Robin remains active in the American Cancer Society. < Read less



Atlanta | North America
September 2016 | White Papers

As Healthcare Delivery Models Continue to Evolve the Talent Pool Must Do So With It

In the face of constant growth, developing bench strength will only become more crucial to successful healthcare organizations. Healthcare organizations are consolidating while, at the same time, healthcare as an economic driver continues to grow. At a predicted average growth rate of 4.9% a year, healthcare will represent 17.9% of GDP by 2018. More >

February 2015 | Becker's Hospital Review

Investing in the new healthcare CEO

Healthcare is undergoing sweeping, ongoing change. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act has added complexities, raised expectations surrounding accessibility and affordability, and impacted the bottom lines and margins of all healthcare organizations. More >

January 2015 | White Papers

The New Health System CEO

It is widely recognized that all areas of healthcare are undergoing sweeping changes, and that sea change will not stop soon. An already complex industry has become even more so as the impact of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is felt. The expectations of patients, communities, the government and general public are evolving and rising to higher levels than ever, primarily in terms of accessibility and affordability. This will impact the bottom line and margins of all healthcare organizations in increasingly significant ways. More >

October 2013 | Becker's Hospital Review

Notes From the Field: 7 Things to Know About Hospital CEO Searches

An expert who has led hundreds of searches for nonprofit and for-profit healthcare organizations shares seven key observations on the executive search process. More >

December 2012 | Case Studies

Physician Management

Leadership in today's evolving physician group practice organizations requires a diverse array of skills and experience, especially as hospitals return to the business of purchasing physician practices in order to further their integration strategies. More >