Tuesday 5pm – 6pm
Tim Boynton joined Lakeland Regional Health in 2013.
His unwavering determination and enterprising insight
have played an integral role in the success of
Lakeland Regional Health Foundation.
Under Mr. Boynton’s tenure, the Foundation received
its single largest gift, initiated a successful Annual
Giving Program and conducted a robust campaign that
culminated in the opening of the Carol Jenkins Barnett
Pavilion for Women & Children and Bannasch Institute
for Advanced Rehabilitation Medicine, the region’s only inpatient physical rehabilitation center. He also played an
integral role in fundraising to help renovate and open the Lakeland Regional Health’s Hollis Cancer Center. Since Mr. Boynton’s arrival to Lakeland, the Foundation has raised more than $57 Million to help support the capital and
programmatic needs of Lakeland Regional Health.
As Vice President of Development, Mr. Boynton oversees the planning and execution of several much-anticipated
Lakeland Regional Health Foundation community events, including Women in Philanthropy’s Annual Luncheon,
‘Twas the Night, Philanthropist of the Year, and the Promise Run 5K and 10K. As Chief Public Relations and Communications Officer, Mr. Boynton provides strategic direction for the organization’s media relations, advertising
and marketing campaigns, internal and patient communications, brand management and marketing events. Under his leadership, external and internal stakeholder relationships are strengthened to ensure positive patient experiences, strong community relations and exceptional team and physician engagement.
Prior to joining Lakeland Regional Health, Mr. Boynton was Manager of Development for Maine Medical Center,
where his fundraising efforts were focused on the Maine Children’s Cancer Program at the Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital in Portland. Tim Boynton also spent time working at the Elliot Health System in Southern New Hampshire.
Before Tim Boynton began his career in philanthropy, he had an exciting stint working with composer Mark Schoenfeld on Brooklyn the Musical, which ran for 284 performances on Broadway. Mr. Boynton has a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and has extensive training from the University of Wisconsin at Madison and the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy. He is pursuing his Master’s degree in Business Administration at the
University of South Florida.
Chief Population Health Officer
Caroline Gay joined Lakeland Regional Health in 2010, and serves as the system’s Chief Population Health Officer and Chief Analytics Officer. Under her leadership, advanced analytics is applied to operations, finance, human resources, quality, safety, and market share information in order to leverage data as a strategic asset.
As Chief Population Health Officer, Caroline oversees the development of the Community Health Needs Assessment, implementation of community wellness and education initiatives, the development of value based care arrangements, and improving the quality of care for the health system.
Caroline has a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Accounting from East Carolina University. She is a Fellow of the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) and was named one of Becker’s Hospital Review’s 36 Health IT and Revenue Cycle Up-and-Comers for 2018. Caroline and her husband, Daniel, reside in Lakeland with their three children.
1324 Lakeland Hills Blvd
Lakeland, FL 33805