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Greg Boyer named Renown CEO

By ThisIsReno

SUBMITTED NEWS RELEASE

Greg Boyer has been appointed as the Chief Executive Officer of Renown Regional Medical Center. Boyer begins his work at Renown Regional today.

Boyer joins Jim Miller, president and CEO of the Renown Health network, and the comprehensive administrative team including Blain Claypool, vice president and administrator for South Meadows Medical Center, Ellen Kelly, administrator for Renown Skilled Nursing and Lisa Mukavitz, executive director for Renown Rehabilitation Hospital.

“Finding the right CEO for Renown Regional was important to further the continued success of the organization,” Miller said. “Greg is the right person to complement an already strong leadership team.”

Prior to his position with Renown Health, Boyer served as a CEO for several decades at hospitals in Florida and most recently at the 400-bed Valley Hospital Medical Center in Las Vegas. He joins Renown Regional with a successful record of fostering strong organizational teams, building programs and developing professional physician relationships.

“It’s been an exciting career to this point, and I expect it to be even more exciting,” Boyer said. “Healthcare is so creative in the way you have to work and be a partner with physicians and employees, as well as the work you do with the community.”

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JoAnn Baird, patient June 19, 2010 - 7:37 pm

Sorry, I was so upset when I typed the above, I meant to say “employees keep…”; not “employees can’t…”

Somebody, please help get them straightened out.

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JoAnn Baird, patient June 19, 2010 - 7:25 pm

All of my experiences with Renown have been positive with the notable exception of the billing department. In spite of the fact that I have both Medicare and Blue Cross Supplemental insurance, employees can’t consistently making coding mistakes, bill the wrong company and harass me with bills that my insurance covers. All last year I worried about losing my stellar credit rating and having to procure legal services to fight the billing department’s incompetence. I finally received an apology, everything was cleared up and in March of this year it started in again. I received a bill in March and now a larger one today. This is total and complete incompetence. I feel harassed and harangued. Please, please Mr. wonderful CEO do something about this so that I don’t have to bring a legal action against Renown. This is not a single, isolated incident, but an ongoing pattern that is not conducive to my health.

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