Executive Director, Cleveland Clinic International Operations (Cleveland, Ohio)
Rob Stall is the Executive Director of Cleveland Clinic International Operations. From Abu Dhabi to London, Cleveland Clinic International Operations organization facilitates global relationships that leverage the Enterprise’s intellectual capital to drive superior clinical outcomes, enhance the patient experience, and improve the quality of life. This is accomplished through the creation of patient referral streams, and the development of new business opportunities between the Cleveland Clinic and other international healthcare systems and organizations. Prior to that appointment, Rob served as Chief of Operations of the eight Cleveland Clinic Regional Hospitals. He has served as Interim President of South Pointe Hospital, as President of Medina Hospital for two years and President of Euclid Hospital for two years. He has been with the Cleveland Clinic for 32 years. Rob has spent 13 years as the Division Administrator for the Regional Medical Practice, responsible for building and maintaining 14 family health centers throughout Northeast Ohio and in Toronto, Canada. He has been an Administrator for Neurosurgery, OB/GYN and the Finance Manager for the Division of Surgery. Rob has a Master’s degree in Business in Quantitative Business Analysis from Cleveland State University and a Master’s in Strategic Studies from the U.S. Army War College. He received his undergraduate degree from John Carroll University in University Heights. He is a Fellow of the American College of Medical Practice Executives. He is a member of the CWRU International Affairs Visiting Committee, participates in the Boy Scouts of America - Cleveland Chapter, and was a Board of Directors member of MedWish International and Center for Health Affairs. Rob and his wife Nancy have five children and two grandchildren. Major General (Retired) Robert P. Stall
Major General(R) Robert P. Stall was the Commanding General, 108 th Training Command (Initial Entry Training), responsible for initial military training for both Active Component and Reserve Soldiers for the United States Army. He was in the United States Army and Army Reserve for 36 years. During his military career MG(R) Stall served in Europe and had tours in Kosovo, Kuwait after 9/11 and Iraq during the war and the aftermath.