Phillip D. Robinson, FACHE
Lankenau Medical Center
Phillip D. Robinson has been the President of Lankenau Medical Center, the flagship hospital of Main Line Health, since July, 2010. He is also the Executive Sponsor for the health system's cardiovascular and cancer service line, as well as clinical research and medical education. He has nearly 40 years of health care experience and a career highlighted by successive executive leadership roles in both the for-profit and non-profit sectors.
Since his arrival at Lankenau Medical Center, the hospital has undergone many major facility transformations including the opening of the nearly $500 million Heart Pavilion - a five-story 281,000-square-foot structure comprised of 96 private inpatient rooms equipped with cutting-edge technology and a state-of-the-art cardiothoracic intensive care unit. Lankenau has been repeatedly ranked one of the 5 Top Hospitals in Philadelphia by U.S. News and World Report, and recognized by TruvenTM as a Top 50 Heart Hospital, the only hospital in Pennsylvania to earn this recognition.
He holds a master's degree in health administration from the Washington University School of Medicine, and an undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University.