North Valley Hospital
Growing Healthcare Close to Home

LEADERSHIP

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Ken Archer, Administrator (C.E.O.)

Ken Archer brings over 30 years of healthcare management and leadership experience working as a CEO of Critical Access Hospitals with Long Term Care facilities. He is deeply committed to working together with the Board of Commissioners, medical staff, and hospital district employees to ensure the delivery of high- quality care and service to the community. Archer’s main core accomplishments include service and operational excellence, communication, and community involvement. Highlighted skills include: strategic planning, relationship and team building, business development and provider collaborations. His background also encompasses extensive Lean Six Sigma Healthcare training, Recruitment technique training, and Governing Board & Management Working Relationship training.

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Julie Leonard, C.F.O.

Julie Leonard joined North Valley Hospital
District #4 in the spring of 2017. Julie brings with her 25 years of accounting experience with the last 10 years working in the capacity of Controller and Chief Financial Officer at medical manufacturing facilities and high technology companies within the Healthcare Industry. Julie completed her 1 st Master of Business, Finance in 2013 from Salem International University, Salem, West Virginia and will complete her 2nd Master of Business, Health Care Administration in November 2017 from Salem International University, Salem West Virginia. Julie is a current member of the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) as well as a member of the AICPA.

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John McReynolds, C.O.O.

John joined the NVH District team in August, 2017 and brings 10 years of healthcare management experience. He completed an MBA of Healthcare Management from Western Governor's University and a BS from Chapman University in Business Administration.

John previously managed a retail pharmacy with 30 employees, averaging 400 prescriptions per day, and annual revenues of $12M.  He headed the Customer Service Committee for the region and provided training and development to aspiring store managers.  In his role as a store manager, John worked closely with partner organizations such as retirement homes, local providers, schools, and government agencies to provide services, vocational training, health education, and to advance community health.