Robert J. Baker

Robert (Bob) Baker brings over 30 years of diverse administrative experience in health systems and managed care programming to his role at Keystone Human Services. As Chief Executive Officer for Keystone Service Systems, Bob is responsible for the oversight and supervision of Intellectual Disability Services, Mental Health Services, Capital Area Head Start, and Susquehanna Service Dogs. Bob is also responsible for developing the KHS subsidiary, Keystone Autism Services.


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Prior to joining the Keystone family in October 2007, Bob worked in various capacities with the Penn State University Milton S. Hershey Medical Center for 14 years, most recently as the administrator of the University Physician Group. Before entering the Central Pennsylvania healthcare community, he was in New York, serving as the Assistant Vice President of Medical Programs at the Albany Medical Center. Bob attended Syracuse University, where he earned master's degrees in social work and public administration.