Indiana Hospital Association Names McLin Board Chairman
January 22, 2020
Indiana Hospital Association Names McLin Board Chairman

​INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Hospital Association (IHA) has named Robert McLin IHA Board Chairman. Rob has been employed by Good Samaritan in Vincennes since 1992 and the President/CEO since 2010. Prior to his current position, he held positions at the hospital including Chief Financial Officer/Vice President, Finance, Vice President, Professional and Support Services, and Internal Auditor.

 “We have a very talented and experienced IHA board, and Rob epitomizes our values as we work to improve health care in Indiana,” McLin-0024_500x700.pngsaid Brian Tabor, IHA president. “I am excited to work with him this year, and I thank him for his dedication to health care.”

As IHA chairman, Rob will oversee Board meetings and have an active role in identifying and establishing priorities for future goals for the Association. McLin received a bachelor’s degree in accounting/management from Indiana State University and a master’s degree in business administration from Ball State University. Rob is an active participant in numerous professional and community activities.

 “It’s an honor and privilege to represent IHA as Chairman this year, and I hope to further our commitment to making Indiana a better, and healthier, place to live,” said Rob McLin. “I am so encouraged by our leaders across the state, and I look forward to the great work we will do in 2020.”

 The IHA Board of Directors Executive Committee also includes President Brian Tabor, IHA President; Chairman-Elect Raymond Grady, FACHE, President/CEO of Methodist Hospitals in Gary and Merrillville; Secretary/Treasurer Dennis Murphy, President/CEO of Indiana University Health in Indianapolis; and Past Chairman Jonathan Nalli, CEO of Ascension St. Vincent in Indianapolis. 

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The Indiana Hospital Association serves as the professional trade association for more than 170 acute care, critical access, behavioral health, and other specialized hospitals in Indiana. IHA advocates on behalf of its members in Indiana's General Assembly, U.S. Congress, and with multiple regulatory agencies at the state and federal levels. Dedicated to improving quality, patient safety, and Hoosiers' health status, IHA holds numerous grants and facilitates collaboration among hospitals to improve outcomes. IHA also provides members with the data analytics that they need to ensure access to quality, cost-effective health care services across the state of Indiana. To learn more about IHA, visit



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