Romney Institute Alumni Board

Brad LeBaron, MHA 1988

Brad LeBaron, MHA 1988

Contact Information:

Linkedin Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bradley-d-lebaron-fache-cmpe-21328312/

Employment:

Job Title: Director of Student Health Services
Company: Brigham Young University
Location: Utah, United States

Expertise:

  • MEMBERSHIPS & AFFILIATIONS:
  • Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Administrators
  • Certified Medical Practice Administrator
  • HOBBIES & INTERESTS:
  • Golf
  • The Arts
  • BYU Sports
  • Travel

Biography:

Brad is the Director of the Student Health Center at Brigham Young University. He started this position in June 2014. As Director, his responsibilities include primary responsibility for the Student Health Center, Student Health Plan and the MTC Clinic. Additionally, he serves as a Co-Chair of the University Wellness Committee and Advisor to both the STDEV 399R/MPA 599 courses and the BYU Healthcare Management Association. Recently Brad and his wife Julie were appointed to the BYU College of Life Sciences Advisory Board.

Brad is the past President and CEO of Uintah Basin Healthcare in Roosevelt, UT. Brad served in this position from November 1993 through June 2014. Uintah Basin Healthcare is an integrated healthcare system consisting of a 49-bed hospital, a 90-bed SNF, 2 dialysis centers, the region’s EMS provider and 5 remote outreach clinics.

Brad received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from Brigham Young University and was the Romney/Eyring Scholar in the Marriott School of Business during 1998. He completed an Administrative Fellowship at the Roanoke, Virginia based Carilion Clinic and began his career with this system working with Carilion for six years.

Brad is a Certified Medical Practice Executive, Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives, past-Chair of the Utah Digital Health Services Commission, Past-Chair of the Utah Hospital and Health Systems Association (UHA), Founding Chair of the Utah Telehealth Network Advisory Board, and was selected as the UHA Outstanding Healthcare Executive in Utah in 2006 and Utah’s AHA Grassroots Champion in 2008.

Brad and his wife, Julie, have seven children.