Altru Welcomes Executive Vice President, Regional Development
Grand Forks, N.D. – Altru announces the position of executive vice president, regional development and the hire of Reed E. Reyman, ED.S. The executive vice president, regional development will provide leadership to all regional locations, oversee the delivery of quality patient care and continue to build relationships with regional partners while aligning all services available through the Mayo Clinic Care Network with patients in the region.
Reyman joins Altru from western North Dakota where he has spent the past ten years as President and CEO of a 25-bed community hospital and health system. Reed has a visionary leadership style with strong communication skills. He understands and is passionate about the availability of appropriate healthcare in regional locations by using physician alignment strategies, clinical integrations and outreach services. Reyman says, “I am looking forward to working with the Altru leadership team. Rural healthcare is unique and critical access hospitals are dynamically important to healthcare delivery. I am excited for the chance to assist with meeting the healthcare needs of patients in northeast North Dakota and northwest Minnesota.”
Reyman brings a depth of knowledge in rural healthcare, advocacy and operational leadership. He will begin at Altru in September 2019.
About Altru Health System
Based in Grand Forks, North Dakota, Altru Health System is a regional, integrated healthcare delivery system serving northeastern North Dakota and northwestern Minnesota. Altru is a physician-led, multispecialty group practice with an acute care hospital, Level II trauma center, specialty hospital, more than two dozen Grand Forks and regional practice locations, and a large home care network. Altru employs over 300 physicians and advanced practice providers and 3,800 staff. With a focus on advanced technology, Altru deployed the first Mako® Robotic Arm system in North Dakota and enhanced Altru’s Robotics with the recent addition of the DaVinci Xi Robotic Surgical System. In 2018, Altru was awarded fourth Most Wired® in the nation, a recognition for systems at the forefront of using healthcare information technology to improve the delivery of care. Altru Health System has received accreditation from the Joint Commission, the premier health care quality improvement and accrediting body in the nation and has achieved 50 years of CARF accreditation at Altru’s Inpatient Rehabilitation Hospital. Altru Health System was the first member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network, extending Mayo Clinic knowledge and expertise to the patients we serve. For more information, visit altru.org.