Rob Humrickhouse has worked in healthcare administration for over twenty years. He has worked in a range of environments, including community-based organizations, hospitals, and health systems. In 2007, Rob was awarded a Kaiser Permanente Fellowship to study patient safety with the Institute for Healthcare Improvement.
Rob currently travels the globe as an internationally sought-after speaker, trainer, and consultant in the healthcare space. He is also a senior examiner for Illinois Performance Excellence at the State of Illinois Malcolm Baldrige program. In his spare time, Rob loves to cook – he’s famous for his chicken stock.
Rob received an organ transplant at the Comprehensive Transplant Center (CTC) at Northwestern Medicine and credits the Center for saving his life.
Rob is honored to work in support of current and future patients of the CTC. In his role with the NMTAC, he has one primary desire: “To help others through the process of organ donation and transplant.”