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PRINCETON, (PRESS RELEASE) – Robb Williams has been named as the chief executive officer of HealthSouth Southern Hills Rehabilitation Hospital. Williams started his new position on Feb. 25, but had served as interim CEO since Jan.5. Prior to serving as CEO, Williams served as the hospital's chief nursing officer.

In his position as CEO, he oversees all of the hospital's day-to-day operations as well as patient quality and care.

Williams received a master's degree in business administration with a health care specialization from Ashford University, a bachelor's degree in organizational leadership from Mountain State University and an associate's degree in nursing from Bluefield State College.

"We are excited to have Robb on board as the CEO of our team in Princeton," said Ed Mowen, HealthSouth's Regional President. "He shares the commitment to high-quality outcomes and patient care that are not only important to us, but most important to the family members of the patients we treat. His past experience and leadership made him an excellent candidate and proven leader for this role."

Prior to his time at HealthSouth, Williams served as the hospital assistant administrator and clinic administrator at Beckley Appalachian Regional Hospital Healthcare. He also currently coaches the boys' soccer team and previously coached the girls' and boys' basketball teams at Bluefield High School and is a lifelong resident of Bluefield.

 

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