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The San Martin Campus Has A New President/CEO

LawrenceBarnardDignity Health – St. Rose Dominican welcomes Larry Barnard as president and CEO of our San Martín Campus. Opened in 2006, San Martín is one of our three hospitals in southern Nevada. Barnard started in early December and reports to Brian Brannman, senior vice president of operations for Dignity Health Nevada.

Barnard brings an extensive and impressive range of health care administrative experience to his new role, including his most-recent position as chief executive officer of University Medical Center of Southern Nevada. Before he was appointed its CEO, he served as UMC’s chief operating officer for two years. Barnard was also Valley Hospital Medical Center’s associate administrator and acting chief operating officer, and the associate administrator at Summerlin Hospital Medical Center before joining UMC. He also worked in hospital administration at facilities in southern California and North Carolina.

“I am impressed with the diversity and complexity of Barnard’s past accomplishments, and his health care management acumen,” says Brian Brannman. “Larry is known for combining a focus on top-notch performance with compassionate, patient-centered care. He is also regarded for his skills as a team builder with physicians, community leaders, employees and peers. I am extremely pleased to welcome him to Dignity Health.”

Barnard graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point and served as a U.S. Army captain for five years. He received an MBA from the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business.

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