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NNMC welcomes new leaders



herota-lisa-190x300-9399712-9628387Northern Nevada Medical Center announces the addition of two new members to its senior leadership team. Lisa Herota has been named director of health information management, and Cheryl Snook is the new lab director.

Herota is a registered health information technician and is licensed by the American Health Information Management Association.  She comes to NNMC from West Hills Hospital in Reno, where she served as health information management director. She previously worked for NNMC from 2008 to 2012 as executive assistant to the CEO and COO.

She holds an Associate of Science degree in health information technology from Santa Barbara City College and an Associate of Science in Biology from Yuba College, Marysville, Calif. Herota is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science in health information administration from the University of Cincinnati.

snook-cheryl-198x300-5363741-3323184Snook, a Reno native, comes to NNMC from The Medical Center of Aurora/Centennial Medical Plaza in Centennial, Colo., where she served as lab supervisor since 2009.

She received her Bachelor’s Degree in chemistry/biology from the University of Northern Colorado and completed her MBA at the University of Denver.

Northern Nevada Medical Center’s tradition of providing quality healthcare in a comfortable, accessible environment means peace of mind for the thousands of patients served by the hospital each year. Northern Nevada Medical Center is a 108-bed acute care hospital located in Sparks, Nevada. Northern Nevada Medical Center is the only hospital in Nevada certified by The Joint Commission in knee replacement, hip replacement, spine surgery, low back pain and as a primary stroke center. Northern Nevada Medical Center is also an accredited chest pain center by the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care.

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