Moody L. Chisholm, regional vice president for Intermountain Healthcare, has been named to the Utah Hospital Association (UHA) Board of Trustees. As a member of the Board, Chisholm will join the 21-member group in developing policy and direction for the Association.
As Regional Vice President, Chisholm oversees all aspects of leadership and operations for the seven Intermountain Healthcare hospitals in the Central Region, including the system’s flagship facility – Intermountain Medical Center in Murray. Other hospitals in the region include Alta View Hospital, Heber Valley Hospital, LDS Hospital, Park City Hospital, Riverton Hospital, and TOSH – The Orthopedic Specialty Hospital.
Prior to joining Intermountain in 2015 he served as CEO of St. Vincent’s Healthcare in Jacksonville, Florida. Chisholm previously spent 24 years with Universal Health Services, becoming a hospital CEO in 1999 and Acute Division Vice President in 2006. While in Florida, Chisholm served on the board of numerous state and community organizations and received the Sapphire Award in 2015 for individual contribution to healthcare in the state.
Chisholm completed a bachelor’s degree at Appalachian State University in both economics and hospital administration, and received his MBA from Nova Southeastern University.
Chisholm stays active outside of work with his wife and two children, and enjoys weightlifting, hiking, fishing and supporting his children in their sports and activities.
“Moody will provide valuable perspective to the work of the Association as we pursue an aggressive policy agenda for the coming year,” commented UHA President/CEO Greg Bell. “His important leadership role with Intermountain, as well as his extensive healthcare career experience in other places, will enhance the already significant expertise of our Board.”
UHA is a private, not-for-profit trade association representing Utah’s hospitals and health systems.