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About Our Director

Florida Department of Health in Hernando County

Robin Napier, is the Administrator for the Florida Department of Health (FDOH) in Hernando County, a position she has held since December 2012.  In 1998 she joined the Florida Department of Health as an accountant for FDOH-Putnam and was promoted to several positions throughout her tenure eventually becoming the Administrator in 2008.  While maintaining her position as FDOH-Putnam Administrator, Robin was selected to serve as Interim Administrator for Martin County in 2011 and was asked once again to serve as Interim Administrator for Citrus County in 2012.

Hernando County Health Officer, Robin NapierRobin demonstrates her support of the department’s mission to protect and improve the health of all Floridians through integrated state, county and community efforts through her active leadership at both the local and state level.  As a leader in the state public health arena for the past 10 years, she served as President of the Florida Public Health Association (2010-2011) and Treasurer (2006-2008). Robin has also served as the Co-Chairman and Chairman for the Northeast Florida Consortium and is currently the Chairman for the West Central Florida Consortium.  She has served as Treasurer of Florida Association County Health Officers (FACHO) and continues to be active in several FACHO workgroups.  Robin is a 2004 graduate of the University of South Florida Public Health Leadership Institute and was awarded the Department of Health Administration Leadership Award in both 2005 and 2006.

Robin is a graduate of Georgia Southwestern where she earned a Bachelors of Science degree in Accounting and received a Masters of Accounting degree from the University of North Florida.

Robin’s vision is a healthier Hernando County.  With guidance from a comprehensive Community Health Needs Assessment (CHA) and the Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP), she and her dedicated team of professionals are working with community partners to implement strategies and influence behaviors that will improve the health of area residents and their families.