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Ronald Brown


Cardiology

Biography


Contact Info:

Office:

800-343-2782

Website:

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Facility/Office:

Mountain Star Heart Center at St. Marks

Residency:

University of Utah

Fellowship:

University of Iowa

Biography:

Dr. Brown is originally from Colorado but moved to Utah, where he finished high school and attended college. He graduated magna cum laude with a bachelors degree in chemistry. He immediately entered medical school, also at the University of Utah, and then completed his residency at the University of Iowa, where he remained for a cardiology fellowship program. He has written several publications and has been awarded by the University of Iowa for his contributions to the medical field.

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On Monday July 17, 2017 the South Lincoln Hospital District Board of Trustees accepted the resignation of CEO Kenneth Archer. Mr. Archer had served as CEO of South Lincoln Medical Center since January 2015. The board has requested that the CEO position be posted as soon as possible. During the meeting, the board appointed Kristin Housley, Jessie Wilcox, and Scott Erickson to serve as an interim Administrative Management Team during this time of transition. The Board is confident that the Interim Management Team has the ability and experience necessary to handle the continued operation for all facilities including hospital, EMS, clinic, nursing home, and retail pharmacy. They will continue to work closely with the board to effectively enact the vision and mission the board has set for the organization. The board would like to thank the providers and each employee of South Lincoln Medical Center for their continued efforts compassionately caring for the medical needs of our community.