Charles Robinson, Jr. is President and CEO of Sadie G. Mays Health and Rehabilitation Center, one of Georgia’s most highly regarded, long-term, health care facilities. His tenure with the facility began in 1977 as Executive Director. He rendered six years of service and returned in 1986, eventually attaining his current position.
A native of Dublin, Georgia, Robinson graduated from Fort Valley State University and earned his MBA from Brenau University. His character, leadership and professionalism define excellence in health care administration. Additionally, his dynamic leadership has been marked by many firsts to include the first African-American to become certified by the American College of Healthcare Administrators, the first African-American President of the Georgia Chapter of the American College of Healthcare Administrators, and the first African-American Chairman of the Georgia Health Care Association’s Board of Directors. In 1997, he was named Administrator of the Year for the state of Georgia by the Georgia Health Care Association, in conjunction with the American College of Health Care Administrators.
Robinson gives tirelessly of himself through service to numerous fraternal, school and community organizations. Chief among these is his alma mater, where he serves on the board of directors of the Fort Valley State National Alumni Association and the Fort Valley State University Foundation. The Vietnam veteran is a life member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, a 33° Prince Hall Mason, and an active member of Greenforest Community Baptist Church. Happily married to Belinda Robinson, he is also a proud father of two adult children and three grandchildren.
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