Louise Bobb is a Health Service Administrator who assists with the development and monitoring of the strategic plans and programmes for improving the delivery of patient care services at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
Her initial introduction to healthcare began in 1988 as a clerical officer in the Hospital’s Procurement and Accounts departments, following which she provided administrative and research support in the Ministry of Health for eight years. Louise returned to the QEH in 2002 and used the experience gained in the Ministry to assume a leadership role as the Director of Support Services. In this capacity Louise regulated operational activities and administrative functions that support the Hospital, and formulated Hospital policies and procedures. She has been a valued resource in some of the Hospital’s transformational initiatives such as the implementation of the Electronic Medical Record, the current re-engineering of the Medical Records department and Hospital-wide accreditation.
In February 2019, Louise assumed the role of Chief Executive Officer (Ag) of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. In this new capacity, Louise is tasked with the transforming Barbados’ lone tertiary care teaching hospital into the premier provider of tertiary health care in the Caribbean, an exemplar of good corporate governance and an employer of first choice.