Dedicated, expert staff
“I wanted to let all of you know how much being at Rose Hill helped me at that time of my life. When I look back at it now, I don’t know where I’d be right now if I hadn’t been at Rose Hill.”
– Former patient
Teams of dedicated professionals are the heart of Rose Hill Center. Our experienced psychiatrists, consulting psychologists, nurses, therapists, social workers, case managers and other specialists work together with one goal in mind – helping each patient achieve his or her highest level of independence.
Led by Medical Director Lynne M. Lyons, MD, the medical team is made up of doctors, nurses and dietitians. The doctors prescribe and administer medication, meet with patients regularly to monitor progress and side effects, and monitor both the psychiatric and medical needs of each patient.
“Having observed many treatment facilities, I believe the comprehensive and holistic program available here at Rose Hill is the only truly effective approach.” – Lynne M. Lyons, MD
Directed by Vice President of Programs Cheryl LeClear Wallace, MSW, the clinical team delivers the therapeutic and skill development programs that help patients master daily living skills. This team includes psychologists, therapists, case managers, employment advisors and work team leaders.
“Our clinical team is comprised of dedicated professionals who approach the provision of clinical services in a holistic manner, with the focus of moving every individual toward recovery and an improved quality of life.” – Cheryl LeClear Wallace
Rose Hill’s President Ben Robinson leads all aspects of Rose Hill’s operations including the medical and clinical teams, admissions, fundraising, public policy and financial management.
We are fortunate to have a dedicated management team with over 90 years of combined experience at Rose Hill Center. Together we provide highly effective and efficient services that lead to the desired clinical outcomes for our patients.” – Ben Robinson
Ben Y. Robinson
Ben was appointed President of Rose Hill Center in 2007. He has more than 30 years of experience in mental health services. Ben has served as the senior officer managing overall operations for Lutheran Social Services in Michigan and Ohio, and he was the CEO of Adult Well-Being Services in Detroit. He has a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and psychology as well as a master’s degree in guidance and counseling, both from the University of Michigan. He also has an MBA in business economics from Wayne State University.
Ben is a past chairman of the Advisory Council on Mental Illness for the Michigan Department of Community Health, on which he served from 1995-2006 and to which he was reappointed in July 2007 and continues to serve. Ben also has extensive experience in strategic planning and fundraising and has earned professional certification as a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE).