Incumbent Rob Robbins is a candidate for a second-term position on the Bear Valley Community Healthcare District Board of Directors. Sixty-three year old Rob Robbins is a homeowner in Big Bear City. The father of two children he is also grandfather to two children.    

As a newcomer the Valley, Robbins joined the theathre group, C.A.T.S. Experienced in fundraising, he became a board-member of the Bear Valley Community Healthcare District Foundation.

As a community enthusiast, he participated with the Starlight Festival, and Old Miners Days Association. Rob Robbins is a huge fan of U.S.C. football, traevel, history and art museums.

Robbins holds a M.B.A. from University of Southern California in marketing and finance and a B.A. from the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California in psychology. 

Robbins began his professional life in advertising with Bank of America and Pizza Hut Inc., as clients and eventually went into commercial real estate, where he brokered and developed commercial buildings both industrial, retail, and office complexes. Rob Robbins managed several commercial brokerage firms. He was the Senior Vice-President for two separate financial services companies and developed them into nationwide organizations.   

In Big Bear Valley in Spring 2013, Rob Robbins voluntarily took on the job of managing co-coordinator of the phone bank for ‘getting out the votes for Measure F’. Robbins was accredited for the 'YES success’, by a majority of the community.       

Rob Robbins was unanimously elected by the BVCHD Board, after the president resigned in October 2013. Since becoming Director, Robbins has been involved full-time in the progress of the policies and procedures of the local healthcare facility. 

Rob Robbins feels he has learned tremendously the position as a BVCHD Board of Director, a team-player and wants to continue contributing to the duties of the board.



BVCHD Board Directors Barbara Willey, Donna Nicely, Rob Robbins with Assemblyman Obernolte, in the State Assembly Chambers; during a Board Training Conference in Sacramento.