After serving as Chief Operating Officer for three years, Bryan Johnson was named President of St. Mary’s Medical Center on August 9th, 2019. He previously served as Chief Executive Officer of Intermountain Alta View Hospital in Sandy, Utah. Johnson holds to a strong operational principle of reducing healthcare costs through operational savings, appropriately designated services, and data-driven assessment.

“By using data to drive decisions, rather than decades-old thinking, we are producing tangible cost savings. That’s good for our patients,” he added. His work to strengthen collaborative care and support rural, regional hospitals is another key initiative for Johnson. “St. Mary’s will advance our partnerships with healthcare leaders across our region, even as we help lead the way to improve access and quality for all western Colorado communities,” he concludes.

Johnson and his wife, Trish, are the parents of six active children. They enjoy sports and the abundant outdoor lifestyle of their home in the Grand Valley.

Medical Education: MBA Health Administration, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine; Undergraduate, Brigham Young University

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