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Hemophilia of Georgia Announces New Chief Executive Officer, Rob Maloney

By Coleen Lou, Director of Communications

Published May 14, 2024


National Search Secures Experienced and Strategic Executive to Lead Organization

Hemophilia of Georgia (HoG), an internationally and nationally recognized nonprofit dedicated to improving the lives of people with bleeding disorders, is proud to announce the appointment of Rob Maloney as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO), effective May 8, 2024. Rob is an accomplished and visionary executive leader, who brings a wealth of experience to the organization as well as a proven track record of success in developing strategic initiatives to increase financial and operational performance. 

A recognized leader, Rob earned FACHE credentials (Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives), the gold standard for board certification in health management and holds an MBA in Business Administration from Troy University and a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania. He previously served as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for Erlanger Health, where he improved operational efficiency and expense management and developed and executed a corporate-level growth strategy that resulted in year over year market share growth across Primary Service Area (PSA) or Secondary Service Area (SSA).

Having previously worked in for-profit, mission driven, and government authority health environments, Rob is a talented healthcare administrator who has guided acute care facility operations and ambulatory growth. As a formidable strategic thinker, he is able to focus on analysis of critical factors and variables that influence long-term organizational success and accomplish organizational goals, while simultaneously building engaged leadership teams that ultimately move organizations forward to greater heights.

“I am very excited to join Hemophilia of Georgia and look forward to continuing the progress of those who have come before me in expanding and improving access to quality healthcare and services and ensuring those with bleeding disorders have the support and resources they need to enable them to live as normally and productively as possible,” Rob stated.

David Burns, Hemophilia of Georgia Board Member and Chief Governance Officer, said, “After an intensive, national CEO search, we are confident that Rob’s leadership skills, strategic mindset, distinguished healthcare career, and management experience, make him an excellent choice to lead our organization and serve the bleeding community well into the future. We are excited to have him join this team of dedicated professionals.”