New CEO takes over at Community Hospital

Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Banner Health has named a long-time Banner Health employee as chief executive officer for Community Hospital in Torrington.

Zach Miller, who has been with the hospital in multiple leadership roles since 2015, has been serving as interim CEO after the departure of Shelby Olind earlier this year. Olind had been serving as the top leader for both Community Hospital in Torrington and Platte County Memorial Hospital in Wheatland. A new CEO is also being named in Wheatland.

“Our hospitals share many resources to increase efficiency and improve operations,” said Miller. “However, we believe having a top leader working and living in the community is essential.”

Miller came to Torrington from Sun City West, Arizona, where he worked at Banner Del E Webb Medical Center as a nursing director. Prior to his work with Banner he held several positions in leadership and patient care at Abrazo Health in Arizona and Intermountain Healthcare in Utah.

A graduate of Weber State University with a bachelor’s degree in nursing, Miller also attained his master’s degree in health administration from the University of Phoenix. Outside of work, Miller serves on the Goshen County School Board, Goshen County Economic Development, the Perkins Advisory Committee for Eastern Wyoming
College and owns a small business based in Torrington with his wife, Jaclyn.

Community Hospital in Torrington, Wyo., is operated by Banner Health, one of the nation’s largest nonprofit health care systems with 28 hospitals in seven states. Community Hospital opened in 1977 and offers obstetrics, general surgery, orthopedic surgery, inpatient and outpatient diagnostics, community wellness and Emergency care.

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