Intermountain Health Names Lee Boyles as President of St. Vincent Regional Hospital and Montana | Wyoming Market
Intermountain Health announced that Lee Boyles has been named the president of Intermountain Health Montana | Wyoming Market and St. Vincent Regional Hospital. Boyles will assume his new role in Montana on March 11, 2024.
“Lee is an innovator and servant leader who enjoys collaborating with key community stakeholders to improve care for patients, increase access to health care, and find creative ways to deliver care,” said Jim Sheets, President of Intermountain Health Peaks Region. “Lee inspires others to believe in a positive healthcare future for our communities while navigating the significant changes in the healthcare industry. Returning to his roots, I know Lee will make a tremendous, positive impact in Montana and Wyoming.”
Boyles is a native Montanan and grew up in Glendive, Montana, before graduating from the University of Mary in Bismarck, North Dakota, with a Bachelor of Science in Biology. He earned a Master of Business Administration and a Master of Healthcare Administration from the University of Montana and Des Moines University, respectively.
“I can’t wait to return to my home state of Montana and join the incredibly talented Intermountain Health team. We have many great opportunities in the communities we serve and look forward to enhancing our investments where it makes sense,” said Boyles. “Our hearts have always been in Montana and my family and I are thrilled to move back to the place we love so deeply. I look forward to connecting with our many patients, caregivers, and community leaders as quickly as possible in the months ahead.”
Most recently, Boyles worked for Common Spirit Health, Colorado, as CEO of St. Anthony Summit Hospital in Breckenridge, Colorado. He has previously served as president of Catholic Health Initiatives’ St. Gabriel’s Health in Little Falls, Minnesota, CHI Oakes Hospital in Oakes, North Dakota, and Vice President of strategic development at Glendive Medical Center in Glendive, Montana. He is a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
Boyles and his wife, Kayla, also a native of Montana, have three daughters and are an active family. Outside of work, he and his family enjoy playing sports together and look forward to exploring the great outdoors of Montana.