Robert Chaloner

Robert Chaloner

Robert Chaloner

Health Policy and Management


240 Meeting House Lane
Southampton NY USA 11968
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With over 30 years of health administrative experience, Robert Chaloner has dedicated his career to the preservation, reorganization and turn-around of struggling community hospitals. He is the current President and Chief Executive Officer of Southampton Hospital in Southampton, New York. He has held this position since December 2006. As President of Southampton Hospital, Mr. Chaloner has been actively engaged in stabilizing and rebuilding the hospital's financial and operating performance, as well as reestablishing the hospital's community reputation. In his current role, he chairs the CEO Council for the East End Health Alliance and is Co-Chair of the eHealth of Long Island Regional health Information Organization. Prior to Southampton he was President and CEO at Cabrini Medical Center located in New York City. At Cabrini he guided the organization through the post-9/11 traumas, stabilized and rebuilt the revenue cycle and cash flow, engineered a major cost reduction, rebuilt medical staff, union and regulatory relationships, and led the Board and Sponsors in the development of a fundamental strategic planning effort to redefine Cabrini for a rapidly changing healthcare market. Mr. Chaloner began his professional employment at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York as an administrative resident. He eventually assumed roles as Business Manager for Clinical Services and Assistant Vice President for Support Services. He worked for Healthcare Management Counselors (HMC) in New York City as a management consultant specializing in health care information technology and operations improvement. After HMC's merger with Richard A. Eisner and Company, Mr. Chaloner became a Practice Principal. His client base included hospitals and health systems located throughout the United States. Mr. Chaloner has served on the board of many health care and community service organizations.


MBA, 1988, New York University
MPH, 1982, Columbia University
MS, 1982, Columbia University
BA, 1979, Dartmouth College

Other Affiliations

Fellow, American College of Healthcare Executives

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