Title: Chief Executive Officer
Company: RBJ Enterprises
Location: Southgate, Michigan, United States
Robert Johnson, Chief Executive Officer at RBJ Enterprises, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in healthcare administration.
Since 2012, Mr. Johnson has prospered as chief executive officer of RBJ Enterprises, a healthcare management consulting and business development company whose mission is to assist urban hospitals and health systems, community health centers, physician groups, employees, cities, states or the federal government in providing high quality healthcare services by supplying them with management and strategic business advice and services.
After obtaining a Bachelor of Science in biology in 1963 from Tennessee State University, Mr. Johnson continued his education with a Master of Health Administration in 1971 from the University of Michigan. He thereupon provided superior service with Kings County Hospital in Brooklyn as assistant director to acting executive director and acting chief executive officer from 1971 to 1976 and as executive director of the District of Columbia General Hospital from 1976 to 1986.
Mr. Johnson excelled as president and chief executive officer of the St. Louis Regional Medical Center from 1986 to 1989, executive director of Grady Memorial Hospital, Atlanta, from 1989 to 1993 and chief operating officer of Detroit Medical Center from 1993 to 2002 retiring from the position that year.
Mr. Johnson has also provided exemplary service as a consultant with Deloitte, Princeton Healthcare, Doctor’s Community Healthcare Corporation and Wayne State University School of Medicine; as Governor’s liaison for the Michigan Department of Correction for Prison Health Reform; senior advisor for Jackson Health System, Miami. He has been selected for a Marquis Who’s Who Humanitarian Award and has appeared in Marquis Who’s Who Millennium Magazine and Marquis Who’s Who Lifetime Achievers.
Mr. Johnson became involved in his profession because he was in ROTC and he knew he would get a commission upon graduating from college. He had to select a career path and he chose the medical service corps in the U.S. Air Force and remained there for 6 years. He originally thought of going to medical school only because he took physics, but it became clear to him that chances of going to medical school were more limited because physics was a difficult subject for him to do as he progressed. Health service administration became his lifelong career in the medical service corps and then for the rest of his civilian life.
The highlight of Mr. Johnson’s career was being the chief executive officer of four large hospitals in the country: Kings County Hospital center, District of Columbia General Hospital, St. Louis Regional Medical Center and Grady Memorial Hospital.
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