Bryan Health Names Pat Ganyo Vice President of Rural Services Division
Patrick Ganyo, MHA, CMPE, will join the senior leadership team as vice president of Bryan Health's rural services division effective June 22, 2020.
Ganyo has more than 30 years of experience in health care in various leadership and administrative roles. He first joined the Bryan Health system in 2011 as chief administrative officer for Bryan Heart. In 2014, Ganyo was named president and executive director of Bryan Health Connect and has been serving as chief executive officer of Bryan Health Connect ACO, LLC since 2017.
"Pat's extensive leadership experience in health care and proven ability to build collaborative relationships with physicians and communities make him an excellent choice to lead our rural services division," said Russ Gronewold, president and CEO at Bryan Health. "In addition to his exceptional interpersonal skills, Pat has a unique background in health care operations. This includes experience in the management of physician practices and critical access hospitals, and first-hand knowledge of successful growth and development strategies, which will be helpful in supporting health care leaders in rural areas."
Bryan Health’s rural services division serves as a catalyst to empower rural communities to deliver the highest quality of care by providing integrated health and wellness services. Bryan offers a broad range of services tailored to meet the unique needs of each community. This includes strategic partnerships and access to resources like telemedicine, governance, talent acquisition and management, thought leadership, education and more.
As vice president of rural services, Ganyo will oversee the operations, planning, budget, executive/physician recruitment and compliance activities associated with rural hospitals and physician practices under consulting and management agreements as well as the Heartland Health Alliance.
Ganyo holds a bachelor of science degree in corporate communications from Buena Vista University in Storm Lake, Iowa. He earned his master's degree in health services administration from the University of St. Francis in Joliet, Illinois.