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MountainStar Healthcare’s top executive to retire

Greg Angle's 10-year tenure as MountainStar's president to conclude in April

February 21, 2024
MountainStar Healthcare's Greg Angle announces retirement.

Salt Lake City, UT — MountainStar Healthcare president Greg Angle will retire in April after a 36-year career in healthcare leadership, the Utah care network announced.

Angle has served since 2014 as the president of HCA Healthcare‘s Mountain Division, which encompasses the Utah-based MountainStar system as well as sister care site in Alaska and Idaho. He previously held leadership positions at healthcare institutions in California, Texas and his native Arizona. For 25 of his 36 years as a healthcare executive, he was part of HCA Healthcare, a national leader.

“I truly believe we work for the greatest healthcare company in the world,” Angle said. “I'm grateful to have benefited from extraordinary enterprise support and to have worked with such talented people wholeheartedly committed to our mission of caring for people and improving lives.”

Angle was recognized with the 2023 Distinguished Healthcare Executive Award from the Utah Hospital Association for his significant contributions to healthcare in Utah. The Mountain Division was also recently named one of the nation’s Top 15 Health Systems™ by PINC AI™ and Fortune.

During Angle’s 10-year tenure at the helm of MountainStar Healthcare, the Utah network grew into a comprehensive network serving more than a million annual patient interactions. Since 2014, MountainStar welcomed Cache Valley Hospital as its eighth Utah hospital, added five freestanding emergency centers, acquired and expanded a network of CareNow urgent care clinics, grew its ambulatory surgery and imaging footprints, and more. 

“We are all so proud of the ways we’ve grown our network to bring the quality of our care to more Utahns,” Angle said. “We now have 80 sites of care from Logan to Payson, and that number will continue to grow.”

Angle added: “As I reflect back on a rewarding career, I’m deeply thankful to my wife Nancy and kids for their amazing support. I’m thankful to my parents for their example, and instilling in me a desire to make a difference. And above all, I’m thankful to God for the opportunities, and for any gifts and abilities that have enabled me to serve others well.”

February 21, 2024