Melissa Fisher is the newest member of our Patient Access team. She was born and raised in
Novi, Michigan and attended Troy College where she studied Business. Melissa stepped into her
management role after working at Trinity Health for the past 8 years. This past October, Melissa made
the big move to sunny California to become the manager of our Patient Access Team. While settling
into her new role, she has enjoyed getting to know her team and is thrilled to be a part of the patient
focused camaraderie that the team has built over the years. Moving forward, Melissa hopes to make
a positive impact at Los Robles, while being a resource to our Patient Access Services Department.
Karen Bobo has joined our Los Robles Team as our new contracts manager. She was born and
raised locally, in Oxnard California. Her education includes, attending California Lutheran University
in Thousand Oaks, where she studied Communication Arts and English. She continued her education
at the Southern California Institute of Law in Ventura, where she received her Law Degree. She joins
our team with over 20 years of contract experience. Prior to joining our team, Karen worked for a
communication company and different attorneys’ offices. She currently resides in Camarillo, California
with her husband and 2 children. Karen is very pleased with Los Robles Hospital and is thrilled to be
a part of a fantastic, supportive staff.
ALMA SHUTT, RN
Alma Shutt RN, is our new Labor and Delivery manager and clinical educator. She comes to us from St.
John’s in Oxnard where she worked as a labor and delivery nurse for nine years, followed by 11 years
of labor and delivery management. One thing is for sure, Alma knows babies! Alma was born in Rhode
Island but has lived most of her life here in Southern California. She and her husband Steve recently
celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary and together have raised four children. Alma earned her
BSN from BYU in 1993 and went on to earn a Masters degree in Healthcare Administration from Cal
State Domingus Hills in 2009. When asked what she thinks is the best thing about Los Robles, she said,
“It is the people. They are wonderful, forward thinkers!’”
Los Robles is dedicated to creating a safe, efficient and
effective environment for our patients and employees.
Through our new Fix It Program, you can help.
Take a look around your department or the hospital in
general. Do you have an innovative idea that can impact
and improve our hospital? Or perhaps you see something
that can be fixed. A squeaky door? Equipment that needs
repair or updating? Maybe you notice that a current
process can be changed to run more efficiently. Whatever
your “Fix It” idea, we want to hear from you.
Here’s how it works: identify an issue, complete the Fix
It form below and submit your idea. Senior leadership
will review and create a 30-day action plan to remedy the
problem. You’ll receive updates on the progress or upon
Everyone plays a vital role in keeping Los Robles at the
top of our game. So submit your ideas today!
To submit a Fix It Form idea, please visit our Intranet