Robb Webb has been named Chief People and Experience Officer for Regent Surgical Health – owner, operator, and strategic partner for physician-hospital ASC joint ventures nationwide. Webb has devoted his career to establishing, growing, repositioning, and transforming global organizations. As Chief People and Experience Officer, he will leverage his experience in reshaping and expanding companies to cultivate a high-performance organization and craft a purpose-driven culture that will support Regent’s ongoing growth.
“Robb knows the importance of culture and how to build a dynamic talent pool that aligns with our mission and growth goals,” said Regent CEO Chris Bishop. “Regent will benefit from Robb’s wealth of experience and vision for developing strategies to attract and retain talent, increase employee engagement, and define paths for our team. We are proud to welcome Robb and look forward to him helping shape this next generation of Regent.”
“Regent is unique in that it has a 21-year legacy, but the best chapters lie ahead for this organization,” said Webb. “Regent is evolving what’s possible in outpatient surgery and building a national team of clinical and executive leaders positioned to drive the organization forward. Its culture of care is powerful and sincere, and I am honored to join the team at this pivotal moment when we have the opportunity to shape the future of Regent together.”
Webb has served as CHRO for Hyatt Hotels Corporation and Tenet Healthcare. During his tenure at Hyatt, the company was recognized as a Fortune Magazine 100 Best Places to Work, one of the 25 Best Multinational Places to Work, and one of the top 100 Best Places for Diversity. As Executive Vice President for Global Service Delivery at Citigroup Employee Services in New York City, he led the teams providing back-office support to their global workforce of more than 200,000 employees.
Webb recently completed a six-year term on the National Board of the Human Rights Campaign Foundation in Washington, D.C. He currently serves on the advisory board of directors for the Clifton Strengths Institute at the College of Business, University of Nebraska – Lincoln, and Arena Analytics, a Baltimore-based private company providing AI-based solutions to the healthcare and hospitality sectors.
Since 2001, Regent has developed, owned, and managed ASC facilities in partnership with hospitals and physicians and has grown to become the nation’s largest independent health system joint venture-focused ASC operator.