Brandon McBride is the new administrator at Logan Regional Hospital replacing Kyle Hansen, who recently assumed the same position at Utah Valley Regional.
McBride said he is accountable to insure the hospital continues to provide extraordinary care to its patients and to the Cache Valley community.
“A strong focus on safety and quality, providing our patients with a great experience when they come here,” explained McBride, “and we will continue to look for ways in which we can strive to provide lower cost care for our patients. A focus for us at Logan Regional Hospital is to continue to look for innovative ways to provide more affordable care to the community.”
He attended Mountain Crest High School and Utah State University and earned two Master’s degrees at the University of Minnesota.
McBride has built an accomplished career at Intermountain Healthcare since joining the system in 2008. He helped Intermountain’s Supply Chain Organization to create more than $9.7 million in contract savings within surgical services by focusing on increasing efficiency across the health system, particularly in operating rooms through improving on-time starts.
Intermountain Logan Regional Hospital is a Level 3 trauma center and serves residents of northern Utah, southeastern Idaho, and western Wyoming. The hospital recently opened a substance use disorder clinic and will open a new cancer center next week.