Robert Falcone has been making music and visual art since the mid 1960’s. He drew cartoons for the Cleveland State newspaper, the Cauldron from 1969 – 1970, and worked in the production and design space at Kent State University 1970 – 1971. Robert took an art break to pursue his medical career from 1973 – 1987. Falcone has been producing music and visual art continuously since. The Lindsay Gallery represents him in Columbus Ohio.

Currently, he is Vice President of Population Health for the Ohio Hospital Association, and most recently served as Chief of Staff of the Cincinnati Veterans Affairs Medical Center (VAMC). Prior to joining the VHA, he was President and COO for Grant Medical Center a 640 bed urban teaching Hospital and Level 1 Trauma Center in Columbus Ohio. His clinical background is in Trauma and Surgical Critical Care. Falcone is a diplomat of the American Board of Surgery, and a Clinical Professor of Surgery at The OSU College of Medicine.

He is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons and the Society of Critical Care Medicine, and a member of many other professional societies. His past roles in local and state associations have included President of the Central Ohio Trauma Systems Foundation Board of Trustees, Chair of the Ohio Committee on Trauma, and President of the Ohio Chapter American College of Surgeons. He also serves and has served on a number or Arts related Boards.